CNBC hits the streets of Hong Kong to find out some people's perception of shark fins as a luxury food. The answers may surprise you.
As sharks species face rapid declines, there is an urgent need to build public and political support against shark fin consumption.
Juma the jaguar was shot to death after it escaped its leash and tried to attack a soldier following a torch ceremony.
Canine cognition is a field of research conducted by dog psychologists who examine why our furry friends behave the way they do.
The 'Spray Hornet' drone is equipped with a tilting can of insecticide that can wipe out killer hornets to protect the pollinating-bee population.
Authorities are searching for a child who was dragged into the water by an alligator in Orlando, Florida.
Governor Paul LePage says the European Union should reject a proposal to list the American lobster as an invasive species.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on Bark & Co.'s newest innovative venture that lets the dogs do the shopping.
One of the world's best-known primatologists Frans de Waal defends the Cincinnati Zoo's decision.
Animal rights activists plan a vigil to remember the slain 17-year-old gorilla named Harambe.
For one migratory bird, the red knot, climate change is causing it to shrink in size and put its survival at risk, new research suggests.
The 14 year-old Sumatran rhino named Ratu gave birth to a female calf at an Indonesian sanctuary.
American beekeepers have lost almost half of their commercial bee colonies over the past year.
A loose calf led Stephenville police officers on a nearly two-mile run across the city.
The activist investor and founder of Pershing Square Capital will sell nearly 17 million shares in the animal health company.
A Florida man faces criminal charges after attempting to steal a snake from a pet store.
The new strain of the avian influenza virus was discovered during a routine inspection.
A humpback whale surprises fishermen on a dock in Alaska.
High school students used a 3D-printer to create a custom wheelchair for a goat born with two legs.
The Large Hadron Collider, a 17-mile-long particle accelerator, experienced issues after a small animal chewed through a power cable, NPR said.