At this Santa school in Michigan, students learn how to play an iconic holiday role.
A hurt rabbit pins back its ears and narrows its eyes—part of a "grimace scale" that tells us how animals feel discomfort.
Before his death in July, former accountant Les Stocker changed the way we deal with injured animals in the wild.
Savage Kingdom filmmakers take us behind the scenes to Chobe National Park, where predators vie for dominance in times of drought.
Delta passengers unwittingly flew with Puerto Rican crested toads, a species that was presumed extinct for decades.
Saved at four months old after his mother was hit by a car, George the wombat will eventually return to the wilds of Australia.
Investigators suspect an illicit trade in hippo teeth in Uganda is feeding Asia’s ivory markets.
The heated moment, caught on video in Australia, raises questions about man vs. nature.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is urging more action from heads of state.
New findings about the properties of fossil amber could shed light on glass and glass-like materials.