Eight dolphins die after 'mass stranding' on New Jersey beach, officials say
A total of eight dolphins have died after a 'mass stranding' event on a New Jersey beach - including six who were humanely euthanized after veterinarians found their conditions were rapidly deteriorating,
Bald eagle swipes lunch to go as Connecticut nature photographer snaps picture: 'America's bird likes pizza'
Doug Gemmell, a photographer from Connecticut, snapped a picture of a juvenile bald eagle grabbing lunch to-go as he took flight.
11-year-old Outer Banks wild stallion euthanized after severe fighting injury
Finn was seen fighting with other stallions and veterinarians believe that is how he sustained his irreparable leg injury.
Famous 14-foot crocodile goes missing in Australia river, considered dangerous
The 14-foot, 70-year-old crocodile was last seen Feb. 11 on the Daintree River in Queensland, Australia.
Watch: Rarely-seen giant Pacific octopus spotted swimming in Oregon tide pool
The giant Pacific octopus is the largest octopus species on the planet.
Irish rooster with a violent past kills man with attack to the back of his leg, court says
Victim suffered from a puncture wound on his lower leg, caused by a rooster relocated to his place of residence after attacking a child.
Four-foot alligator found 'very lethargic' in Brooklyn neighborhood
New York City crews spotted the alligator and alerted park rangers who “snapped into action” to catch the animal.
Wombat snuggles: Video shows adorable marsupial curled up with caregiver
Sharon Woodward may have the best job ever.
Flaco the escaped Central Park Zoo owl can remain in the wilds of NYC
Central Park Zoo officials say they are dropping efforts to capture Flaco, a majestic Eurasian eagle-owl that escaped captivity two weeks ago.
'No end in sight': What to know as bird flu outbreak enters second year
The outbreak is already more widespread than the last major bird flu outbreak in 2015.
See the stunning photos people voted for in Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards
The London Natural History Museum’s annual competition received nearly 39,000 entries this year.
Watch: Spectacular underwater footage captures orca 'orchestra' in icy Antarctica waters
The footage shows several orcas - also known as “killer whales" and a minke whale swimming in the icy waters of Antarctica.
Staggering number of animals, plants at risk of extinction in US, new report finds
Scientists are calling it "a mass extinction of species across the planet."
Size restrictions for lobster catches could change to protect populationg
One of the most valuable seafood industries in the country could be changing.
Memphis Zoo says giant panda Le Le has died
His cause of death has yet to be determined as a medical investigation is pending, the zoo said.
Watch: Venomous snake pops out of hole, surprising golfers
The venomous red-bellied black snake "stayed and watched a couple of groups come through" before seeing himself out.
Western monarch butterfly population suffers due to atmospheric river storms
After the highest initial count in two decades around Thanksgiving, atmospheric river-fueled storms led to the loss of the iconic western monarch butterflies.
Dinosaur fossils unearthed in Chile may give insight into deadly asteroid strike
The new fossils are from birds and killer dinosaurs, such as the megaraptor, and provide clues about their life before — and after — the fatal asteroid strike.
Watch: Drone video captures the world’s largest hatching of baby turtles
Between mid-December and early January, millions of baby river turtles emerged from the sandy beaches of the Amazon’s Guaporé/Inténez River.
You can name a cockroach after your ex and watch it be fed to an animal at Texas zoo
The San Antonio Zoo’s popular Valentine’s Day fundraiser is back for its fourth year, turning heartache into a positive for wildlife.