Fifteen years ago, the cost to fill South Africa’s sinkholes exceeded R1 billion.
Scientists have identified more than 130 dance combinations that flamingos use to woo a mate.
A Nat Geo Wild video showing an intense battle when a penguin comes "home" and finds his "wife" with another penguin has gone viral.
Wildlife remains by far the main attraction for tourists visiting South Africa. So, what will happen if there's no wildlife left?
A pesky moth from South America with a predilection for tomatoes and potatoes threatens to wreak havoc on South Africa's food security.
Federal researchers believe feces from the legions of stray cats roaming Hawaii is spreading a disease that is killing Hawaiian monk seals.
A global deal to combat climate change is set to take effect after gaining key support from European nations.
European Parliament approves Paris accord to fight climate change, which will lift it over the required level of nations to enter into force.
Member states at the CITES convention voted overwhelmingly against legalising rhino and ivory sales.
Countries have voted against Swaziland's late proposal to allow trade in rhino horn.
Divisions between African parties at CoP17 has failed elephant populations, denying them the CITES Appendix I listing.
Minister of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, has outlined his country's reasons for not supporting the limited sale of ivory.
Canned lion hunting is just not an industry that's sustainable, argues Ian Michler.
Their intelligence and longevity make them popular as pets and over harvest for the pet trade is devastating populations in the wild.
So far CITES recommends all parties to close their domestic markets for commercial trade in raw and worked ivory as a matter of urgency.