The life of a manatee is not an easy one, especially over the past couple of years. Luckily, you can help ensure that these aquatic creatures get more protection, but first, we should discuss their plight. During the first half of this year up until early July, at least 841 … [Read more...] about Manatees are struggling this year! Here’s how we can help.
The Baird’s tapir is listed as an endangered species on the IUCN Red List, with less than 5,500 animals left in the wild. As a result of habitat loss induced by logging and land clearing for agriculture, the animal population has decreased by over 50 percent in the past three … [Read more...] about This endangered baby tapir is on an important conservation mission
The Puerto Rican crested toad is the only toad native to Puerto Rico and, in recent years, the endangered species’ population numbers have been decreasing. Currently, there are only an estimated 1,000 to 3,000 amphibians left in the wild in the Guanica State Forest in the … [Read more...] about Tadpoles bred in Nashville could help save endangered Puerto Rico toad
Last year, we shared a story about the exciting return of the Tasmanian devil to mainland Australia after an absence of more than 3,000 years. Now, we’re happy to announce that the first new baby devils have been born in the refuge, bringing new hope about the fate of this … [Read more...] about First Tasmanian devils born in mainland Australia in 3,000 years
In early February, a nest of 113 endangered loggerhead turtle eggs was discovered on a beach in northern New South Wales, Australia, and reported to the National Parks and Wildlife Service. Because the eggs were laid late in the season, the conservationists feared that the … [Read more...] about Over 100 endangered turtle hatchlings released after rescue from the cold