Living Nature

Two big bags of eels bizarrely released in Brooklyn's Prospect Park Lake could potentially cause big problems for native species.
The cloned horse is known as a Mongolian Wild Horse, a species believed extinct in the wild.
The bear had been knocking over trash bins and breaking bear-proof latches before it got under the fence early Sunday.
Kaavan has languished at a zoo in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad for more than 35 years. Now he'll finally get to leave.
The big cats, along with three bears, have put Oklahoma's G.W. Zoo behind them, and now reside at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado.
The Denver Zoo has just welcomed its first Indian rhino calf, after 11 unsuccessful attempts to artificially inseminate her mom, Tensing.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and an environmental organization offered money in a bid to crack the tough case.
After years of uncertainty, fishermen who use nets to catch rockfish, bocaccio, sole, Pacific Ocean perch and other deep-dwelling fish are making a comeback.
The Cirroteuthid octopus with billowing arms was caught on camera by researchers from the vessel E/V Nautilus.
The new rules are a “breathtaking" and “illegal” attack on the bedrock conservation law, an Earthjustice attorney said.