Elk are learning how to avoid hunters and live longer. They even know when it's bow season or rifle season.
Has Australia ever had even one normal animal?
Washington D.C is filled with spineless creatures. The one scientists found in an actual swamp is more interesting than anything in the halls of congress.
In a new study, Spanish ecologists have described the process of seed dispersal by goats in Morroco, who climb trees and then spit out large seeds in a mutually beneficial process.
This wild frilled-neck lizard is small, but fearsome.
The critically endangered Balkan lynx was captured in a photograph for the first time in over a decade.
Fishermen caught first ever conjoined porpoise twins.
20,000 bees took up residence in a woman's car in the UK while looking for a new nest, and beekeepers are working hard to move them safely.
According to a group of researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the University of Texas Marine Science Institute, spying on fish love calls could protect them from hungry fishermen.
A porpoise with two heads was caught in the Netherlands in the 10th known case of cetacean conjoined twins.
An amputee flatworm grew two heads after spending five weeks aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Scientists are observing how microgravity affects cell regeneration in worms.
Researchers found that the "love hormone" oxytocin enables mothers to protect their young.
A Canadian farm could be facing charges after a video of its workers abusing chickens went viral. The video shows workers dismembering chickens with bare hands and hitting the animals.
Oceanographer Kate Stafford explains how climate change and loss of sea ice may affect marine life in unpredictable ways.