The food of the future has arrived.
Expensive, illegally traded and endangered--this is the Asian arowana.
This gator loves to eat chocolate chip cookies and pizza and has lived with the Floridan man for 47 years.
A team of scientists discovered that the Luzon island in the Philippines has the greatest concentration of unique mammals in the world, with 93 percent of them are unique in the area.
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 recent study has discovered that newborn ducklings can process abstract thoughts without the help of training from parents and other external forces. The study disproves John Locke's statement that abstract reasoning separates human beings to all other animals.
Should the firefighters be blamed for alligator attacks?
A strange-looking fish is popping beneath the sands of Virginia Beach. Officials have warned beachgoers about it.
The wedge-tailed eagle is known as Australia's largest bird of prey. It is known for its sharp claws and wingspan that can reach more than seven feet wide when spread.
Here's a surprising catch: This six-year-old boy accidentally hooks in a great white shark and becomes the first person in Cape Cod ever to do so.
Cute, cuddly and with fascinating eyes. Who can resist this koala?
A new study provides evidence that dinosaurs might not have roar, but instead, cooed like the birds we have today.
The water fleas can grow different types of armor depending on the type of environment that they are in.
For the first time outside Asia and Africa, archaeologists have discovered that the capuchin monkeys in Brazil have used stone tools, such as hammers and anvils, for 700 years.