Making this decision is hard but you have to make it for yourself, based on the research you trust, writes Mandy Wiener.
Light rain. More sun than clouds. Cool.
At least 75 different marine species – ranging from whales to dolphins, sharks, sea otters, seals, penguins and sea turtles – have been recorded as being killed though collisions with ships.
You can feel comforted with virtual views of baby goats, snow leopard cubs, and sleeping koalas no matter where you are in the world.
A rarely-seen pride of lions has been caught napping on the empty road just outside a usually busy rest camp in the Kruger National Park.
Each image was a finalist of Agora's latest photo contest, which encouraged photographers to capture animals and landscapes around the world.
Our country has an opportunity to develop a national holistic climate emergency plan that would provide a platform for transformative development programmes that would promote prosperity for all, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
Previous attempts to get the tyre off, such as luring the crocodile using chicken and meat, have been unsuccessful.
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore documents endangered species through a project called The Photo Ark.
Two monkeys acting an awful lot like humans are among the stunning images from this year's Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
The contest awards photographers who capture moments of impact around the world, from tender human interactions to dramatic animal encounters.
On 20 October it sets sail on an expedition to document Tristan lobsters and to recover ‘ghost nets’ (abandoned fishing gear).
The turtle hatchlings made the journey across the sand during the daytime for the first time in seven years.
Although traveling has recently come to a halt, there are still ways to explore the world from inside your home.
The Cape fox is notoriously known for being shy, especially in urban areas.
Photographer Greg Lecoeur is the newly crowned Underwater Photographer of the Year with a photo of seals swimming in Antarctica.
The photo won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year's People's Choice Award, and can now be seen at an exhibition in London.
Taken in Torres del Paine National Park, the photo begs the question: Have you hugged your mom lately?
Prize-winning pictures show animals and humans are a lot alike — and the animal kingdom never ceases to amaze.
The unique winter sighting has been documented around the world, with some spheres as large as 9.8 feet washing up along the Arctic shores.
Jellyfish have long been aquarium favourites, and now even have their own special day.
The Nature Conservancy holds an annual nature photography contest to raise awareness for conservation.
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