The importance of conserving the world's endangered species and their habitats is becoming more fashionable in the 21st century particularly with the latest iPhone application from Apple.
Apple's iPhone team has joined forces with the Virunga National Park in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, to create an application dedicated to the conservation of wild Mountain Gorillas in the area.
A WWF report released last month, detailed for the first time the proposed lift on the whaling ban in the Southern Ocean, an activity which has been illegal for nearly a quarter of a century in these prized feeding grounds.
Commercial whaling has been banned since 1986 but for the past 24 years, a number of countries still have continuously had great objections to the ban on commercial whaling, often going ahead with it anyway and finding loopholes in the law.
After over a year of being online, it was time for the A-Z-Animals website to be redesigned in order to make it more fun and efficient for you all to use, and we have even added a few more exciting features for you to try out!
Along with the exciting redesigned animal profile pages,and improved search options, the A-Z Animals website now also includes it's very own reference section so that you can learn all about various different aspects of the animal kingdom.