Callicebus caquetensis, a cat-sized species of titi monkey, has has grayish-brown hair and a bushy red beard. It faces an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild in the immediate future.
New species including Pinocchio-nosed frogs and gargoyle-faced geckos were discovered in Indonesia's Foja Mountains.
The US government announced it will support a proposed ban on trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna.
Journalist Richard Conniff makes a habit of communing with the world’s most dangerous creatures.
Six case studies – from Vancouver’s otters to Congo’s gorillas
In war-torn Colombia, new villages mark a rare win for both natives and the environment.
Climate change is pushing marine animals out of their protected areas. Ways must be found to ensure that their protection migrates with them, naturalists say.
Conservationist Crispen Wilson is helping local Indonesians recover after the tsunami, but in a way that doesn’t deplete local fish stocks.
Community-based tourism helps preserve local environments by supporting residents