Small but mighty, we discover how mussels are helping to clean the Baltic Sea.
Approximately 80 Hawksbill turtles, which were rescued last winter, have been rehabilitated and returned to their home in Arabian Gulf this April.
Euronews takes the plunge in the European Union’s longest river The Danube. Since ancient times, the riverbed has seen many changes but some of its inhabitants are in danger. The European Cohesion Policy is collaboratively providing a push to protect the river’s ecosystem.
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.
With spring back to the earth, flowers have begun blooming in southwest China's Guizhou Province, attracting large numbers of visitors to enjoy the vitality of the earth.
A huge area of cherry blossoms has turned a scenic park into a sea of soothing colours in east China's Ganzhou City, adding to the festive atmosphere of the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Conservationist and primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, famous for observing wild chimpanzees in Africa in the 1960’s, came to the United Arab Emirates as part of a Roots and Shoots promotional tour.
The United Arab Emirates is aiming to increase numbers of its indigenous animals by improving their natural habitats.
A viral video showing a gigantic python wrapping itself around a hapless Indonesian villager has secured more than a million views, after locals wrestled with the serpent before successfully caging it.
'Migrant' monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico for winter
Conservation workers and volunteers in New Zealand managed to refloat six surviving stranded whales on Tuesday and were hoping the animals would soon swim away into deeper water.
A hiker discovered the pilot whales in two pods about 2 kilometres apart late Saturday on Stewart Island.
A dead whale found with plastic garbage in stomach was buried at an Indonesian beach
An Indonesian farmer was startled to discover a rare "corpse flower" blooming in his plantation on the island of Sumatra.
Two pandas frolicked in their snow-covered enclosure as the first snow this autumn enveloped the Yabuli Ski Resort in Harbin, in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, on Saturday.
Spiders have been keeping busy at Lake Vistonida in north-eastern Greece. Over the last few days large webs, spreading for hundreds of meters across the lake's coastline, have blanketed the entire landscape. The trees and shrubs have been completely wrapped in spooky grey webs.
A girl picked up a stranded shark with her bare hands and released it back into the ocean at Block Island, off the coast of Rhode Island.
Passengers on board a whale watching boat were treated to a close encounter with a pod of humpback whales in Monterey Bay on July 13.
A Florida-based British marine biologist, Leigh Cobb, managed to dislodge a hook from the jaw of an endangered oceanic white tip shark in astonishing feet captured on video.
There's almost more plastic than sand on this long, tree-lined beach: Plastic helmets, furniture and the plastic leg of a shop mannequin all stand out of an ocean of blue plastic bags.
This is the Berlin Cathedral, one of the most iconic buildings in the German capital.
North American crayfish that spilled en masse into Berlin's parks last summer will soon be appearing in the city's restaurants after its government authorised fishermen to remove them from public ponds.
Four rare felines, known as the "world's fluffiest cats" have a new home at Chester Zoo, in the north of England.
Australia's New South Wales state government announced that thousands of hectares of land would be set aside as part of measures to protect koalas from being wiped out.
Take a look around the largest Magellanic penguin colony in Patagonia, Argentina.
It has been a long winter with lots of snow. The reindeer herd are now, towards the end of April, ready to move uphill, to their summer pasture.