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A polar bear photographed close up at Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Sperm Whales Found Dead In Germany, Stomachs FULL Of Plastic And Car Parts

Twenty-nine sperm whales were found stranded on shores around the North Sea, an area that is too shallow for the marine wildlife. Only recently were ...

Out of Africa? Texans offer sanctuary to endangered rhinos

A white rhinoceros moves across grassland at the Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation Park near Marondera

F955 Chispa Mexican Gray Wolf Southwest Wildlife Scottsdale Arizona Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is a non-profit organization that has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of wild animals over the past twenty years. We provide a home-for-life in our accredited sanctuary for animals that cannot be released. Help us to care for your favorite animal by adopting today. Thank you!

M728 George Mexican Gray Wolf Southwest Wildlife Scottsdale Arizona photo by WJ Wheaton Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is a non-profit organization that has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of wild animals over the past twenty years. We provide a home-for-life in our accredited sanctuary for animals that cannot be released. Help us to care for your favorite animal by adopting today. Thank you!

Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium’s twenty-month-old baby Pacific walrus, Akituusaq, shows his love to Keeper Paul Moylett for Valentine’s Day. “The winter months are the best time to visit the Aquarium when the walruses enjoy the cold weather,” WCS said. Photo by Julie Larsen Maher © WCS

M1124 Sancho Mexican Gray Wolf Southwest Wildlife Scottsdale Arizona Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is a non-profit organization that has rescued and rehabilitated thousands of wild animals over the past twenty years. We provide a home-for-life in our accredited sanctuary for animals that cannot be released. Help us to care for your favorite animal by adopting today. Thank you!