In Nepal, endangered one-horned rhinoceros gone up by 16%. The new National Rhino Count 2021 reckons the current number of one-horned rhinos now stands at 752, which is up from 645 in 2015.
New research published in the journal Nature Plants is indicating that seventeen plants thought to be extinct are very much alive.
A new firefly species in the swamp forests of Singapore has been discovered. It’s the first time in more than a century since a new species has been unearthed in that area.
In southern Alberta, Canada, otters were nearly wiped out due to hunting and habitat destruction. As reported by naturalist Brian Keating, they are now making a comeback in the region.
An initiative led by Swiss luxury brand Bally, partnered with local Sherpas to make help clean up base camps leading to Mount Everest and other summits that are filled with waste and plastic.
What was once on the brink of extinction, the California Condor has returned to the Pacific Northwest for the first time in 100 years.
Two black rhino calves were born at Borana Conservancy during July and August last year, and there is hope that there will be another calf coming soon.
The first of 16 Scottish wildcats have been introduced to a new “breed-and-release” wildcat centre created in the Highlands as conservationists have warned the species is on the brink of extinction.
After once being on the brink of extinction, the American bald eagles population has more than quadrupled in size since 2009.
Across northern Spain, thousands of trees and shrubs will be planted in order to provide a food source for brown bears during the winter who are being forced out of hibernation early due to climate change.