Looking for ways to engage with nature this month? These are the best wildlife events and trips to have on your radar in June 2019.
Sif may be a Labrador but at this school everyone thinks she's a great Dane.
An ambulance service for pets is now available in Hong Kong, China, to care for animals in emergency situations.
The service started with a modified small bus and now has three ambulances equipped with oxygen, bandages and medical supplies.
The Autralian bunny, best-loved marsupial, may eventually become extinct if action is not taken to save it.
Mexico's La Pastora Zoo has two new "mischievous" additions to its pack of Canadian wolves.
Los Angeles Zoo has come up with a unique way of expanding the population of the rare California condor.
Visitors can pet and play with the tiny trotters on three different floors, while sipping a tea or coffee.
Wolves were once almost extinct in the country but as of 2019, 59 packs have been counted. Farmers are angered by mounting attacks on their animals and demanding the right to kill the predators.
The falling hippo numbers may be devastating in Kenya.
Rio, a pup got who lost near Cambridge, UK, probably survived on rabbits for more than a year, said rescuers.
There's nothing like a downpour to damp the spirits.
You may not expect to see a whale in the middle of Manila but this surprising sight is how one Filipino artist chose to raise awareness of the effects of plastic pollution on marine life.
Around 5,000 people gathered at a Swedish dairy farm on Saturday (May 4) to watch a herd of very 'happy cows' jump at their first chance of the year to run free into green pastures after a long, dark winter.
More than 500 EU candidates pledged to protect wildlife by signing onto the Vote for Animals 2019 campaign
France's largest aquarium is facing legal action from an NGO over the deaths of 30 hammerhead sharks.
Her owner says locals know her and tram drivers even slow down for her as she completes her 15km-a-day constitutional.
In Crimea, a cat named Pusha has "adopted" four orphaned baby squirrels and is raising them as her own alongside her new kittens.
There are 1,000 pet cafés in Japan. Visitors say the animals help relieve stress, and the cafés have become a €12 billion industry.
Conservation experts at the British Antarctic Survey say that normally around eight percent of the world population of emperor penguins breeds in Halley Bay. A recent study found that in 2016 and 2017, there was no breeding in Halley Bay and last year there was only a little.
Two gorillas have posed for a relaxed selfie with rangers at Virunga National Park in DR Congo.
A miniature guide horse is being trained on the the Tyne and Wear Metro system before starting his first job in London helping a partially-sighted woman.
Rome Zoo welcomed four new baby flamingos yesterday. Zookeepers were surprised by the sudden fecondity of their animals.
Animals at London Zoo kicked off their Easter celebrations early on Thursday (April 18) as zookeepers feed them some eggs special treats.
Teams of rescuers came together to save a horse stuck in deep mud on a beach in Burnham-on-Sea, western England, on Sunday (April 14).
Connecting to nature with the help of these endangered animals.