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Police officers have fenced off eggs left by caretta carettas in the southern province of Antalya’s famous Konyaaltı Beach, taking them under protection. They also placed a signboard around the fences, warning holidaygoers in the area about the eggs.
Authorities are scrambling to save hundreds of starving and endangered Dalmatian pelicans after the Caspian Sea froze for the first time in years.
A group of animal conservationists in South Africa accidentally killed a rhinoceros they were attempting to make safe from poachers in a botched public relations event.
Seven elementary school students ...
Republican People’s Party (CHP) Istanbul deputies Umut Oran and Melda Onur have prepared a draft law that includes important amendments to the Animal Protection Law.
Activist Ric O’Barry, who has dedicated his life to the freedom of dolphins...
A “cowboy frog” and a “crayola katydid” are among 46 new species that have been discovered in the dense forests of the tiny South American nation of Suriname, scientists said Jan. 25.
Uggie, the trick-performing Jack Russell from silent film hit 'The Artist,' ...
A tradition in Çorum, pigeon keeping is a passion for some people. Çorum hosts pigeon auctions each week where people gather to buy and sell pigeons and bird species
The steady drone of motors along busy commercial shipping lanes not only alters whale behavior but can affect the giant sea mammals physically by causing chronic stress, a study published yesterday has reported for the first time.
The oldest known species of crocodile had an armor-plated head and a body half the length of a subway car, according to research released on Jan. 31 by US scientists who identified the now-extinct creature.
Scientists said Feb. 1 that they had unraveled the mystery of how spider webs can withstand multiple tears and even hurricane-force winds without collapsing.
Poisonous jellyfish and puffer fish are heading toward Turkish coastal waters because of the effects of global warming, the president of Muğla University’s Fisheries Department has said.