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A piece of legislation proposed on Friday that would ban the capture and display of orcas could spell trouble for entertainment giant SeaWorld.
Uber is bringing back its on-demand kitten delivery service, offering animal lovers a 15 minute cuddle session for a $30 fee as part of a campaign to support participating local shelters.
Diners who order "wild" salmon often get served a cheaper substitute in the winter months, according to Oceana.
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A marine biologist claims to have witnessed a captive killer whale that was too depressed to feed her calf during a trip to SeaWorld in San Diego.
SeaWorld will challenge a state ruling that banned the company from breeding captive killer whales at its San Diego park.
The contraband included 1,764 pounds of raw ivory and related products, 25 pounds of rhino horn and 35 bear paws, the China Daily says.
China seizes $3.79 million worth of illegal animal parts from wildlife smugglers after a three month investigation into the trafficking ring.
The site of the worst nuclear disaster in history might be turning into an accidental wildlife sanctuary.
Australia is to begin trialling some of the world's most advanced shark deterrent technologies in the next few months, the FT reports.
Australia is thinking of using shark-detecting "smart" buoys to alert lifeguards that a shark is nearby, Global Post reports.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on the top stories of the day, including a special day for the world's oldest panda.
On Middle Island in Warrnambool, Australia, there is a peculiar conservation solution involving little penguins, marauding foxes and maremma dogs.
Catmosphere, Sydney's first space-themed cat café, was launched in July after its co-founders raised $29,200 on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor checks out the "purr-fect" combination of enjoying a cup of coffee while cuddling up to furry felines at Sydney's first cat cafe.
A toxic algae found off the west coast could threaten marine economy for years.