IUCN Red List data deficient species
On 29 January 2010, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species identified 6,702 (5,913 Animalia (1 Annelida, 1,328 Arthropoda, 3,814 Chordata, 149 Cnidaria, 617 Mollusca, 3 Nemertina, 1 Onychophora), 780...
Tilikum, the infamous orca that killed a SeaWorld trainer, is dead
SeaWorld said Tilikum was near the high end of a captive whale's average life expectancy. Wild whales tend to live much longer, The Post noted in March.
Drone Footage Shows Killer Whales Eating A Shark
This drone footage captures a group of killer whales feeding on one of the oceans top predators.
Killer Whale
The Killer Whale (Orcinus Orca) isn't actually a whale but the largest member of the dolphin family.
Central Ranges Taipan
The Central Ranges taipan (Oxyuranus temporalis) is one of 3 taipan species, it's a large, fast and highly venomous snake discovered and described in 2007
Why Humpback Whales Protect Other Animals From Killer Whales
It’s possible humpbacks are rescuing seals, sunfish, and other species by mistake, but there’s a chance they have altruistic motivations.
Whales Mourn Their Dead, Just Like Us
Seven six species of the marine mammals have been seen clinging to the dead body of a likely friend or relative, a new study says.
EPIC AMAZON RIVER MONSTER
The amazon is filled with all kinds of river monsters and we all know the Piranha is the most famous. But one of the biggest river monsters in the Amazon is the one they call the Arapaima
Fatal Whale Attack Reveals The ‘Dark Side’ Of Dolphins
Marine wildlife experts believe dolphins attacked a young pilot whale which was found stranded on a beach in Skye. Vets had to put down the badly injured three-year-old female calf, which was discover...
Transient orca punts a seal 80 feet into the air near Victoria, BC!
This group of whales is known as the T69s, with the lone male in the group making the spectacular kill on the harbour seal. His name is T69C, and he was born in 1995.
Puget Sound Orcas Welcome Sixth Baby Born To Endangered Pods This Year
Conservationists are thrilled. The newborn orca is the sixth baby born to Puget Sound’s three pods since last December, boosting their numbers to 82. Michael Harris, the executive director of the Paci...
Very Rare Pink Dolphin Spotted Again (And She May Be Pregnant)
- Captain Erik Rue of Calcasieu Charter Service first spotted the mysterious pink dolphin they affectionately call, "Pinky" in 2007 out while fishing on his boat with his company Calcasieu Charter S...
As Sea Ice Retreats, 5,000-6,000 Walruses Confirmed On Alaskan Shore
Between 5,000 and 6,000 walruses have ‘hauled out’ onshore near the Alaskan village of Point Lay, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday. Wildlife biologist Jonathan Snyder told participants i...
SeaWorld releases video of 2006 killer whale attack
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on a 2006 killer whale attack at Sea World.
Killer whales surprise couple on boat
A couple vacationing in Mexico encountered a number of killer whales swimming alongside their boat during a trip.
Unbelievably Rare (and kind of cute) 'Pocket Shark' Discovered
Even if you're a diehard animal lover who tunes in to every episode aired during "Shark Week," you'd be forgiven for not knowing about the pocket shark. The very first one was found 36 years ago off t...
Over 100 whales dead after washing up on New Zealand beach
Scores of whales stranded on a remote New Zealand beach got back in the water, only to return to land -- leaving more than 100 of them dead, agency says.
Tilikum, the infamous orca that killed a SeaWorld trainer, is dead
SeaWorld said Tilikum was near the high end of a captive whale's average life expectancy. Wild whales tend to live much longer, The Post noted in March.
Long-tailed Birch Mouse
The long-tailed birch mouse is a species of jumping mouse found in Northeast Asia. It has been reported from the Ussuri region of Manchuria, Sakhalin Island and Primorsky Krai in Russia, and northern...
Central Ranges Taipan
The Central Ranges taipan (Oxyuranus temporalis) is one of 3 taipan species, it's a large, fast and highly venomous snake discovered and described in 2007
Megamouth shark
The megamouth shark (Megachasma pelagios) is an extremely rare species of deepwater shark, and the smallest of the three planktivorous sharks, besides the whale shark and basking shark. Since its disc...
Megamouth shark - Wikipedia
Fatal Whale Attack Reveals The ‘Dark Side’ Of Dolphins
Marine wildlife experts believe dolphins attacked a young pilot whale which was found stranded on a beach in Skye. Vets had to put down the badly injured three-year-old female calf, which was discover...
Pupoidopsis hawaiensis
Pupoidopsis hawaiensis is a species of very small or minute air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Pupillidae.This species is endemic to the ...
Phrynobatrachus vogti
Phrynobatrachus vogti is a species of frog in the Petropedetidae family.It is endemic to Ghana.Its natural habitats are freshwater marshes and intermittent freshwater marshes.
Omphalotropis semicostulata
Omphalotropis semicostulata is a species of minute, salt marsh snail with an operculum, aquatic gastropod mollusks, or micromollusks, in the family Assimineidae. This species is endemic to Guam.
Very Rare Pink Dolphin Spotted Again (And She May Be Pregnant)
- Captain Erik Rue of Calcasieu Charter Service first spotted the mysterious pink dolphin they affectionately call, "Pinky" in 2007 out while fishing on his boat with his company Calcasieu Charter S...
As Sea Ice Retreats, 5,000-6,000 Walruses Confirmed On Alaskan Shore
Between 5,000 and 6,000 walruses have ‘hauled out’ onshore near the Alaskan village of Point Lay, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday. Wildlife biologist Jonathan Snyder told participants i...
Fejervarya assimilis
Fejervarya assimilis or Rana assimilis is a species of frog described from India. This name is not associated with any living population of frogs and its validity is uncertain. Also its placement in F...
Fejervarya assimilis - Wikipedia
Solanum loxense
"Solanum loxense" is a flowering plant species in the nightshade family (Solanaceae). It probably belongs to those species formerly in Solanum but nowadays placed in Lycianthes, though its exact ident...