A new study has shown that some Ice Age mammals survived much longer than previously thought.
Weighing the equivalent of four elephants, Paraceratherium linxiaense was an absolute monster.
The woolly rhino may not have been wiped out by human hunting practices as was previously believed.
An unprecedented procedure could help to ensure the continued survival of the critically endangered species.
The prehistoric remains of a mammoth and rhinoceros have been discovered near Cambridge, England.
The critically endangered rhinos had been living in a new sanctuary in southern Kenya when the disaster occurred.
The last remaining male of the species, Sudan, was put down on Monday after several months of ill-health.
Conservationists have reported that the health of the last male northern white rhino is rapidly deteriorating.
There are now fewer than 100 Sumatran rhinos left on Earth, but exactly who or what is responsible ?
After years of poaching, the world's population of northern white rhinos has been reduced to three.
Conservationists have spotted three incredibly rare Javan rhino calves at a national park in Indonesia.
Miniature spy cameras and alarms are to be used in an effort to put a stop to poaching once and for all.
The last remaining male northern white rhino has four armed guards protecting him 24 hours a day.
One of the last remaining northern white rhinos has died leaving only six left alive in the whole world.
With only 1,000 rhinos remaining in the country officials are taking new measures to dissuade poachers.
The species has been officially declared extinct due to no reported sightings over the last seven years.
The last Javan rhinoceros living in Vietnam has died meaning that the subspecies is now extinct.
50 skeletons belonging to the extinct giant wombat species diprotodon have been found in Queensland.
The last wild Javan rhino left in Vietnam is believed to have been killed by poachers.
A cave in Devon has offered archaeologists a treasure trove of ice age animal remains including hyenas, deer and woolly ...