Humans aren’t the only ones living in urban spaces. Could the metropolitan be yet another hub of non-human biodiversity?
From the glaring streetlights to the loud music pulsing from our speakers, everything we do has the potential to harm wildlife. Researchers are delving deeper into the details of how our actions are impacting U.S. bird species.
The ocelot is quite a mysterious feline, especially within its old stomping grounds of the United States. Jason Lombardi and his team set out to uncover the mysteries of this elusive creature, and were surprised to learn stunning truths of its habitat space use in South Texas.
The platypus is one of the world’s most beloved, yet least understood animals. Retribution from the church first held back scientific knowledge on the species. Now, scientists are getting to know this peculiar species, and answering the question, “What is a platypus?”
The Animal Kingdom is absolutely incredible. Full of taxa that are distinguished by characteristics that would otherwise be unimaginable had evolution not brought them into existence. In Part 3 of the New Beginnings series, we’ll take a look at all the different evolutionary groups bunched under Phylum Chordata, our last stop before Class Mammalia.
Ecology is such a diverse branch of study that it can be difficult to keep track of the many aspects of nature it encompasses. From interactions between animals, to their influence on plant life, ecology is the interaction of all living things. Take a peek at this introductory article to the new ecology series to gain a new understanding of this incredible branch of science.
As attendance plummets for zoos around the world due to quarantine orders related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, keepers and managers are left reeling on financial issues. Some zoos have even considered feeding animals to one another due to food shortages.
Coronaviruses originate in animals and when transmitted to humans, cause severe respiratory complications. Scientists are looking to uncover the link between the SARS-CoV-2 virus and humans.
Humans are endangering seemingly every living thing that has a home on this Earth. If we don’t act now, we will lose incredible species like the African lion in only a few more years.
Last year, a world-famous architectural landmark, the cathedral, Notre Dame, found itself ablaze. The world was left stunned and heartbroken, and it looked as if this historical church would be lost forever. That is, until less than 24 hours later, billionaires around the world raised
Keystone species are a critical element to many habitats around the world. Without them, entire ecological systems would collapse. Let’s take a look at some of the world’s most-recognized keystone species.
Hunting is not always bad. Regulated pursuit and take of wild animals can actually be an effective wildlife management tool. We discuss this matter with Kika Worldwide’s founder, Jake Franklin.