A suspected poacher was killed by a herd of elephants in South Africa on Saturday, according to national park officials.
The giant manta ray is the largest ray in the world -- and one of them was spotted just 50 feet away from the shores of St. Petersburg.
Volusia County Beaches has rescued a turtle. They posted about the rescue on Facebook on Thursday.
Direct contact with the caterpillar's hair or its cocoon can cause an allergic reaction. This could lead to the development of an itchy rash.
As the weather warms up, bears tend to leave their dens and look for food, the AP reports.
Alligators and Florida are nearly synonymous, especially this time of year. But Florida’s wildlife agency is reminding residents to be on the lookout for crocodiles as well.
Local alligator experts are cautioning people not to bother alligators if they see one.
Brody the Bear has been undergoing treatment at the Brevard Zoo for a year and underwent an MRI on Sunday. The bear has hip dysplasia which causing it to limp.
Visitors to Bay Area beaches are asked to throw away trash and knock down sand castles to help protect sea turtles during nesting season which runs May through October.
According to the National Wildlife Federation" (NWF), there are only 120 to 130 Florida panthers left in the wild.
A family golfing in South Carolina had to consult the U.S. Golf Association rule book after their golf ball landed perfectly on the back of a nearby alligator.
While it is a heartbreaking situation, the rescue says the baby deer is doing good and is in the care of Creature Safe Place, Inc.
Gator mating season typically begins in May or June, but their courtship starts in early April.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office released body cam video showing the 'arrest' of a curious alligator that was found under a parked car in Tampa.
A Northeast Houston couple has discovered they're sharing their house with an entire colony of bats.
A pod of killer whales was spotted this week off the Monterey Coast.
A Gatorland official said people should not touch or feed a wild alligator if they see one in public.
Gordon Silver says it's common to see alligators in his Lakewood Ranch neighborhood, but was still shocked to capture incredible video of two large gators getting "acquainted," as he called it, right in his own backyard.
It may not be a Kraken, but this octopus captured on video swimming along a beach in Australia has plenty of attitude.
A Colorado resident parked outside his home had to wait for the elk grazing in his front yard to leave.