A research reveals that East African tribes may be stronger in fighting diseases than Westerners. The culprit? Using antibiotics and less direct contact to microbiomes and food sources.
Cheerios' beloved mascot, Buzz the Bee, has disappeared from the boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios to serve as a stark reminder that the world's bee population is gradually nearing its end.
New footage shows a mother chimpanzee caring for her dead son in a very human way.
After the photoshoot, the zoo noticed that Thomas' behavior has changed. He became "obsessed" with women's breasts.
According to scientists at UNSW and the Australian National University, some fishes have learned to live outside their usual habitat in a bid to stay safe and escape their predators.
Population of fox species endemic to central California's San Joaquin Valley is now being threatened with a highly contagious skin disease caused by mites.
The former South Korean president is the target of animal rights activists as she allegedly left behind her nine Jindo dogs at the palace when she left after the impeachment. The Jindo dog hunting breed is known to be a loyal canine companion.
While most people adored and praised Derek for the job well done, Smithsonian Magazine said the wheelchair might actually harm the fish more.
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that humans on Earth consume about 400 million tonnes of meat and fish each year while spiders eat 400-800 million tons of prey every year.
Siberian tigers and Amur leopards will get to prowl land 60 percent larger than the Yellowstone National Park.
The ultra-tough tardigrades have an interesting way of getting through their dry spells.
A pet cobra escaped its cage and caused panic in Florida. The snake is known to have a toxic venom.
Researchers find that one of the effects of global warming is the shrinking size of warm-blooded creatures.
The species of Dindim normally breeds on the Patagonia coasts of Argentina and Chile which is three to five thousand miles away from where the retired fisherman lives, New York Post reported.