A loyal canine risks his life in an attempt to save the life of another canine. (Don't worry, this story has a happy ending.)
Horses can communicate with humans, especially when they’re in dire need, using visual and tactile signals. This is what researchers from Kobe University Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Monamie Ringhofer and Associate Professor Shinya Yamamoto, discovered.
Rats are so much more expressive than we give them credit for. Just look to the ears.
Pigs are much more like humans than you think.
David Teie, a cellist and music researcher, has created a 55-minute music album mainly for the consumption of cats, reportedly to help calm their senses. Universal Music will release it in October.
Evidence show that birds can soar high and take turns even while in deep sleep.
Thirst has always been a feeling that prompts us to pick a glass of water and gulp it down. As soon as the water reaches our mouth we are relieved of the dying quench.
Looks like we have found the explanation as to why humans are very fond of alcohol.
This new study further supports evidence that animals can also experience and feel emotions, similar to humans.
The John F. Kennedy Airport in New York, the nation's fifth busiest, has a new reason for delayed flights: diamondback terrapin turtles, which find the area suitable for nesting.
A new study provides evidence that dinosaurs might not have roar, but instead, cooed like the birds we have today.
If you have the ability to change sex up to 20 times, would you stay faithful to your mate, like the chalk bass? Apparently, this bass is not all about that bass.
Pigs are smart and sociable animals, which is why it is not hard to believe that pigs oink for no reason.
Seagulls are notorious for their bad behavior. Because of their deeds, they are often called the "thugs" of the bird world.