All bear participants are free range captive bears who would die if returned to the wild. Their caretakers are responsible for exercising them as part of a daily routine to ensure their health. Competitions have been designed around the bear’s natural instincts and actions. No bear is ever forced to compete.
For the first time ever, humans will enter the grizzly bear’s domain to test their strength, speed, and stamina against nature’s top predator.
Condors once ranged from Baja California all the way to British Columbia. But, in 1987, the last wild California condor was taken into captivity in order to preserve the species. Now, thanks to a breeding program in central California, the condors are finally returning to their natural habitat in Big Sur.
Last year, US beekeepers lost almost 40% of their bee colonies. Four women banded together to help the bee population flourish in Colorado.
The uneven rise of the sea impacts communities in South Asia
Conservationists from Chester Zoo have hatched 150 incredibly rare 1mm-long caterpillars. They are planned for release into the wild across parts of north west England, where they have been extinct for a century. Here’s how the once-extinct species has hope for being a common sight across England again.
The wildfires in Australia continue to spread across the country—destroying homes, forests, animals, and anything in its path.
It's time for the bears to pack on the salmon and prepare for winter hibernation, but first they must compete in a battle of the fattest: Fat Bear Week.
Gibbon monkeys, who live in the evergreen tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia, are the most endangered primate species in the world.
Last month, the world’s loneliest frog found his one and only Juliet. Now, his luck has turned as he's reunited with even more Loa Water frogs that were rescued from a single stream in Chile. He's his story.