San Francisco-based animal rights activist Suzanne Grandt shares tips on caring for pets during the heat of summer.
Suzanne Grandt explores the extinction and possible re-emergence of the Tasmanian Tiger.
San Francisco-based animal philanthropist Suzanne Grandt highlights the life and extinction of the saber-toothed tiger.
Animal rights activist Suzanne Grandt on whether you should foster pets while stuck at home.
Puppies and kittens are usually the first to be snatched up at animal shelters, which is great news for them! Unfortunately, older animals often sit in shelters for weeks, months, or even years waiting to be adopted. There’s really no good reason for this, since there are many benefits that come along with adopting older animals. Here are just a few.
Animal philanthropist Suzanne Grandt on how to preserve populations of endangered species.
Animal activist Suzanne Grandt explores how you can help Australia in the wake of bushfires.
Like many species before it, the bluebuck species breathed its last at the turn of the 18th century. Though this large, beautiful animal was known to be in decline, European settlers to the plains of South Africa hunted this species to extinction. The last known...
The dodo was a flightless bird that once thrived on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. The bird was said to have been first encountered by Dutch explorers in 1598; although the island was visited by the Portuguese in 1507, records show no mention of the...
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of Threatened Species, more than 28,000 species of animals across the world are in danger of becoming extinct. Among those is the black rhino. One type of black rhinoceros, the Western black...