Conservationists have confirmed the birth of seven wild Tasmanian devil joeys in mainland Australia for the first time in 3,000 years.
Madagascar may be the ancestral home of coelacanths, 'living fossil' fish once thought to have gone extinct.
A months-long rescue operation transported the last of nine stranded giraffes to their new home in a mainland sanctuary.
The adorable clone, named Elizabeth Ann, was created using cells that were frozen more than three decades ago.
A 38-foot-long (11.5 meters) whale that washed ashore in the Florida Everglades in January 2019 turns out to be a completely new species. And it's already considered endangered, scientists say.
A combination of satellite images and deep learning computer algorithms can spot elephants from space as well as the human eye.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials are looking for the person who scratched the word "Trump" into the back of a manatee.
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