A tiny and very tubby baby pygmy hippo that was recently born at the San Diego Zoo is the zoo's first successful pygmy hippo birth in more than 30 years.
To mark Endangered Species Day, on May 15, we take a look at the most endangered species on the planet.
The Chinese paddlefish, which could grow up to 23 feet long, may be the first official extinction of 2020.
With a series of camera traps, researchers have caught the silver-backed chevrotain meandering about its tree-filled home.
Two embryos have been created from the eggs of the last living northern white rhinoceroses.
The southern black-throated finch is thought to be extinct in New South Wales, and only an estimated 1,000 are left in the wild in Queensland.
A juvenile macaque from the new group started grooming the injured monkey, then adults followed suit.
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