Although when it comes to the specific date of our mass death, Harold Camping might as well be talking Chinese nuclear development with Herman Cain, i...
We need laws to protect both wild animals and people from what happens when those animals are kept where they do not belong by a species which is frighteningly often incapable of taking care of itself.
Many states have turned into the wild west for exotic animal ownership -- we need to have better rules in place to prevent tragedies like the one in Ohio last week.
It's too late to bring these animals back and give them the life they deserved. But one thing that can and must be done is to implement regulations and laws about the keeping of exotic animals.
The story made waves around the internet, leading many commentators to consider the lessons from the incident. Here are a select few.
If Muskingum County officials spent more time getting to know the wild animals around them, they'd know that the first response to a wild animal is not to shoot it.
Texas is home to some fabulous animals. But the craziest animal of Texas was convicted last week. An evil, nasty, racist, demonic animal named "Warren Jeffs."
There comes a point in everyone's life when it's time to gather one's herd and leave the hustle and bustle of the big city. For Elaine and Michael Fr...
Although Majority Leader Harry Reid and President Barack Obama stood firm against Republican attempts to repeal clean air and clean water protections, wolves in the Northern Rockies weren't so lucky.
Park rules permit 24 people per day to hike into the mountains in search of one of several family groups. Once discovered, the humans are allowed to stay with the gorillas for just twenty minutes.
Just as Gulf coast beachgoers are heading back to the water. A large spike in the number of dead sea turtles is being reported across the beaches of the Magnolia State.
Sea turtles can live 80 years or longer. They're important to ocean and beach ecologies. They're immune to deadly box jellyfish. All seven species worldwide are endangered. And solar panels might be their salvation.
In Mississippi, Shirley Tillman believes oil has something to do with the dead sea life she constantly encounters by the shore. Altogether, she has found nine dead turtles this year.
Whether or not oil had anything to do with the dead turtles washing up on the beaches here on the Gulf coast, people here simply want answers. They want their lives -- and their ocean -- back. They want it back the way it used to be.
Shooting a big cat in the name of "sport" nauseates me; I've spent a career working to conserve the world's great cats. Yet I question the effort to list the African lion under the Endangered Species Act.