Just a decade ago, the wildest creatures in the Forest of Dean were deer, sheep, foxes and badgers.
The polar bears of Hudson Bay, Canada, migrate onto land in the summer when the sea ice melts, relying on fat reserves to survive until the sea refreezes in late November or early December.
Hunters have slaughtered 3,500 reindeer on a British island near Antarctica to try to get rid of the animals that were brought from Norway a century ago and are an increasing threat to native wildl
Nearly half of Africa's wild lions are facing extinction in 20 to 40 years unless urgent conservation measures are put in place, a report suggests.
Around half of the UK's growing deer population needs to be shot each year to stop devastation of woodlands and birdlife, a group of scientists says.
A proposal to ban the international trade in polar bear parts was rejected Thursday at a major international conference on wildlife trade, highlighting the difficulties of reaching a global consens
The giant Pacific leatherback turtle, known for its arduous 6,000-mile ocean trek from the U.S.
Islanders claim Berkely-based Earth Island Institute failed to fulfill deal to pay $400,000 to stop hunt
Three developing countries have recently toughened hunting regulations believing the changes will better protect vanishing species.
Worried about attacks by wolves that are devouring reindeer in increasing numbers, the leader of Russia's vast Sakha Republic issued a decree on Tuesday initiating a three-month hunt targeting the
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