A local woman who was out for an early morning walk on the beach with her dog stumbled upon a seal basking in the sunrise Sunday in Ventnor.
"Knowing what lurks in the waters, they were concerned the alligators would get to the dog before units could arrive."
The Trump administration on Tuesday finalized changes that weaken the government's enforcement powers under a century-old law protecting most American wild bird species, brushing aside warnings that billions of birds could die as a result.
"He will be terribly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him and the privilege of working with him."
Technically, the term murmuration refers to the bizarre-looking feat when hundreds, sometimes thousands, of starlings fly in swooping, intricately coordinated patterns through the sky. As for what it looks like? A massive swarm of shape-shifting black birds flying in unison among the clouds.
Victim said he had 'a relationship with the most dangerous animal in Africa'
Aubrey Iacobelli had thought a cat had made its way into her Christmas tree when she was awoken by rustling early in the morning, only to find it was actually a large raccoon.
Here's a problem only golfers in Florida would face: how to retrieve a ball stuck on a gator's tail on the golf course.
Wheelie, the manatee who went viral for being spotted with a bicycle tire wrapped around its torso, is back at Blue Spring State Park.
The photographer said that he has been interested in photography for a while, but just picked up wildlife photography about five years ago.
At least one of three snow leopards living at the Louisville Zoo has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans.
Bea, a 15-month-old female giraffe, is described by zookeepers as "the perfect early Christmas present for our beloved city to rally around."
Dolphins had the time of their lives at the Georgia Aquarium recently when trainers treated them to a special bubble display.
Skywatchers in some northern parts of the U.S. are set to enjoy the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, this week.
A tiny puppy whose owner rescued him from an alligator's jaws is now a "deputy dog" for a Florida sheriff's office.
A Florida wildlife photographer answered a question no one thought to ask -- until they saw her photos.
Hunters killed 22 bears during the first day of New Jersey's annual black bear hunt, the state said.
The South Australian Zoo released video of some of their furry residents opening Christmas gifts early to kickoff the holidays.
"It's so amazing what zoos can accomplish for animals when they are willing to work together."
A mouse-deer, an endangered animal endemic to the Philippines, was born at a zoo in Poland last month.