Australian Sheep Relieved of 77 Lbs. of Overgrown Fleece: 'He Was in a Bit of a Bad Way'
The shaggy animal has since been named Baarack by rescuers
Endangered Giraffes Electrocuted to Death by Power Lines in Kenyan Conservation Area
There are an estimated 1,399 mature Rothschild's giraffes in the world
'Ecological Disaster': Israel Closes Beaches, Wildlife Harmed After Oil Spill in Mediterranean Sea
Israeli officials are calling the oil spill "the most serious ecological disaster in recent years"
Introducing Elizabeth Ann, The First Cloned Black-Footed Ferret & First-Ever Cloned U.S. Endangered Species
Elizabeth Ann the Black-Footed Ferret Is the First-Ever Cloned Endangered U.S. Species
The black-footed ferret was born in December after being created from over 30-year-old cells
12 Animals Die at Texas Sanctuary amid Winter Storm: We Were 'Having to Decide Who We Can Save'
"I never, ever thought my office would turn into a morgue, but it has," Primarily Primates' executive director told the San Antonio Express-News
Ark. Man, 69, Dies Trying to Rescue Beloved Calf from Frozen Pond: 'A Heartbreaking Loss'
Jessie Roberts' family said he "loved farming and loved his cattle"