Blog posts tagged in habitat
HONG KONG'S HARBOR is a slate-grey stretch of water ringed by skyscrapers and teeming with boats, ferries, million-dollar cruisers and traditional Chinese junks.
Beneath the waves, amongst the fish who daily dodge the fishermen's net, lives an astonishing creature.
The local pink dolphin is bright...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) today launched a major new campaign aimed at saving the declining monarch butterfly. The Service signed a cooperative agreement with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), announced a major new funding initiative with the National Fish and Wildlife Found...
A key polar bear population fell nearly by half in the past decade, a new U.S.-Canada study found, with scientists seeing a dramatic increase in young cubs starving and dying.
Researchers chiefly blame shrinking sea ice on global warming.
Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey and Environment ...
Some of the world's most vulnerable creatures could be wiped out if a highway through the Haparan rainforest is approved
Critically endangered wildlife, including some of the last Sumatran tigers as well as rhinos, bears and eagles, could be wiped out if plans go ahead to construct a major road thr...
Mangroves are becoming more popular
The first recorded report on mangroves was dated back to 325 B.C. Today, there are thousands of reports out there based on intense research into mangrove communities. In addition to this, the earth has never seen such a huge spike in human population. 6 bil...
A huge proportion of Canada’s bird species are in serious decline, threatened by disappearing habitat and climate change, the first comprehensive report on the health of the country’s avian populations has found.
Overall, there’s been a 12 per cent drop in bird populations since 1970, says ...