This bear is seen regularly in the Central Florida neighborhood.
The Brevard Zoo has several safety measures in place to keep guests safe from COVID-19.
Florida wildlife officers are trying to find out who ran over six turtle nests on Captiva Island. They said it appears to have been a golf cart, or similar vehicle, that was used.
Florida wildlife officials announced on Tuesday that 5,000 invasive Burmese pythons have been removed from the Everglades.
"Who caught a glimpse of #FLPD’s newest mate hoping through our community this morning?" the department tweeted.
After a few failed, and hilarious, attempts, K-9 Lucky finally gets it right.
The 72-year-old unnamed woman got within 10 feet of the bison “multiple times” while at her Bridge Bay Campground to take photos before it attacked, the National Park Services wrote in a press release.
The Bliss family in New Hampshire has shared many good times with their dog Ruger, who is now facing a terminal cancer diagnosis.
The FDA advises that you avoid dog parks and public places. They also said to keep your dogs on a leash and keep cats indoors.
After an hour of labor, another cownose ray stingray was born inside The Florida Aquarium in Tampa.
Roseate spoonbills are typically found in wetlands throughout South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and the southeastern United States.
Congrats, Dr. Moose!
For the first time in its history, a Florida animal shelter's kennels were completely emptied after all of the dogs were adopted.
The Florida shelter said that the three kittens were found in a plastic bag mixed in with garbage.
Providing exactly what's needed in these trying times, Zoo Miami has shared images of two clouded leopard cubs.
It is still in clinical trials right now but the research is said to be promising.
A new dog collar spits out a curse word every time your dog barks.
UCF Biologist invents the first non-pesticide method of killing fire ant colonies.
Lonely millennials who think Valentine's Day is overrated may want to adopt a furry friend and Coors Light is offering to help.
Meerkats are born blind and helpless, but zoo staff kept a hands-off approach to allow them to bond with their mother and three unrelated brothers — Gizmo, Joe and Diego — who share the habitat, Magill said.