Incredible rare footage shows killer whales hunt down and kill a lone minke whale
Police helicopter's heat-seeking device picked up the dog's movements.
The dogs are being called "second responders."
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife isn't dedicating any funding toward determining the cause, says resources are needed elsewhere
The all-out war on carbon is a war on humanity itself but the hysterics stop just short of comparing man to cattle. After all, man breathes out carbon dioxide with every breath and flatulates 5-20 times per day. Such is the cycle of life in a carbon
Western conventional wisdom about animal ethics is that killing an animal is not the problem; the problem is making the animal suffer. As long as we have treated and killed an animal in a 'humane' way, we have done nothing wrong. A compelling exa
A Chinese man is being investigated for running a "veterinary" clinic on the street that cut the vocal cords of "noisy" dogs for a fee, local authorities announced Monday.
(Natural News) Many Florida residents were unprepared when catastrophic hurricane Irma appeared over the Atlantic. Extensive media coverage and government warnings had many people taking action early, but long term preparedness plans were apparently
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) -- A settlement has been reached in a case which sought to determine copyright ownership of selfie photos taken by a monkey.
Southwest Airlines Fills Cabin With 64 Orphaned Pets From Harvey, Relocates Them To San Diego
Dear Black Bag Confidential Reader, I received a lot of thoughtful feedback on the topic of implanting microchips in humans, including an important question regarding current applications of microchipping in animals.
Based on tracking data for about 150 species
In a bid to raise awareness on what our food undergoes before hitting our plates, some millennials have taken their advocacy to the road.
For the egregious crime of being in the right lane at the wrong time, a driver was pulled over in Lowndes County, Georgia. Thanks to the heroic efforts of one Georgia State Police dog, and his faithful officer, a major threat to the people of Georgia
A federal court just ruled that cops were not responsible for killing a woman's three dogs because her pets were legally considered contraband.