National Cat Day Special: Why Kitties Are Better Than Doggies?
Should you adopt a dog or a cat during national cat day? Let's compare the species. Here are tips why dogs might be better than cats.
This rediscovered Bolivian frog species survived deadly chytrid fungus
Scientists recently rediscovered a frog species in Bolivia that hasn’t been seen in 10 years — and it could be used to better understand a frog-killing fungus.
Latest Market Analysis Study on Whitefish Market
Market Introduction: Whitefish is a commercial fisheries term which is used to denote various edible fish species that possess pure white meat. The whitefish differs from oily fish as it possess oi…
Wild coffee species threatened by climate change and deforestation
The extinction of wild species could jeopardize the viability of commercial coffee varieties.
Marine mammals that are listed under U.S. ESA are recuperating.
The sea turtles & marine mammals that are listed under the U.S. Endangered species Act are recuperating.
Grounds for concern: 60% of wild coffees 'face extinction'
Scientists have said the figure should serve as a "real wake-up call" as species are threatened by climate change and pests.
Branding LEAF: a wildlife organisation protecting endangered animals
Manchester-based studio Superfried has given the new conservation initiative for orangutans, rhinos, elephants and tigers an identity that reflects the species it is trying to protect.
Majority of the World's Wild Coffee Is at Risk of Extinction
Of 124 known coffee species, 75 are at risk of extinction
Trouble brewing? World's top coffee species at risk of extinction thanks to global warming
About 60 percent of the world's wild coffee species are at high risk of extinction, a new study suggests.
The ‘World’s Loneliest Frog’ Is Under a Lot of Pressure
His first date could seal the fate of an entire species.
China’s Moon plant has already died
It's one of the six living species China sent to the Moon's far side earlier this month.
If This Lonely Frog Can Find Love, There's Still Hope for You
Romeo was believed to be the last of his species, but it turns out he doesn't have to croak alone.
There's good news for endangered sea turtles and marine mammals
A new analysis of marine life protected by the Endangered Species Act shows that conservation measures are working and well worthwhile.
Most of Our Planet's Wild Coffee Species Are in Danger of Extinction
The future of coffee production is looking darker than the contents of your morning cup of joe. A deadly combination of climate change, disease and deforestation is gradually pushing a multi-billion-dollar industry right to the edge.
Go underwater into the overlooked world of freshwater animals
Freshwater makes up less than three percent of Earth’s water supply but is home to almost half of all fish species.
Growth of desalination plants is a serious problem for marine life
The super salty waste water dumped into the oceans by the world’s 16,000 desalination plants can push marine species beyond what they can tolerate
Matchmaking Scientists Find Romeo The Frog His Own Juliet
It's been a 10-year quest but researchers have discovered a female Sehuencas water frog that could help save the species from extinction.
More Than Half of Wild Coffee Species Could Go Extinct
This could affect for your daily cup of joe.
More Than Half of Wild Coffee Species Could Go Extinct, and It’s Our Fault
If you’re a coffee aficionado, brace yourself because I’ve got some bad news for you.
People in Mexico Were Using Chili Peppers to Make Spicy Drinks 2400 Years Ago
New analysis of the insides of ancient drinkware shows chemical traces of Capsicum species, proof positive that its owners made spicy beverages