Depending on pack ice for their habitat, polar bears are threatened by climate change—and by traffic in their fur and parts.
These furry masked bandits probably hang out in your neighborhood—they’re amazing survivors and can thrive in all sorts of habitats.
One of the largest living land mammals, rhinoceroses once shared the earth with saber-toothed cats and the earliest humanlike apes.
These sleek, beautiful animals live in coastal waters, hunting for fish in the sea and returning to land to give birth to their young.
Sleek, powerful and endlessly fascinating, sharks have roamed the oceans for millions of years.
Misunderstood skunks are gentle, near-sighted animals with one infamous—and pungent—defense mechanism.
Solitary creatures who prefer to be left alone, snakes have a bad reputation that doesn’t match their behavior.
Around the world, tree squirrels are among the most prolific—and fun to watch—backyard wildlife species.
Tigers are the largest cat species, with striped coat patterns as unique as fingerprints.
Turtles have been roaming the Earth for millions of years—but now dozens of these “slow and steady” species are racing toward extinction.
We're standing against the most egregious abuses of wildlife.