Scientists find that the cat’s Velcro-like tongue is the answer to the effectiveness of their self-grooming
Research showed that bluebirds inhabiting the California vineyards are beneficial to the winegrowers after studying their poop.
A recent study published in the Journal of Current Biology has found strong evidence that dogs have “episodic memory,” or the amazing ability to recall events from the past, even seemingly unimportant ones at the time it happened, just like their humans.
Pigs are much more like humans than you think.
Small blue penguins in New Zealand are certainly getting a lot of love. Just recently, an underpass was created especially for them to protect them from vehicles and afford them a bit of privacy from gawking tourists.
It is normal for people to have a bucket list when they find out they only have a few months to live, but who would have thought that a dog can have one too?
Ever wondered why humans burts into an involuntary laugh when tickled? A new study reveals that the same effect happens on rats too, and it may be traced to brain activity.
Vampire bats have a penchant for the blood of wild pigs, and it could have disastrous effects throughout Brazil.
The new species is dubbed a “flasher” frog, so it’s not too surprising that this creature is primarily known for its habit of flashing other animals with its vibrant orange groin. But why?
The millipede's 0.8-inch-long body is made up of an array of strange anatomy such as silk-secreting hairs, four penises that are modified from its legs and 200 pores that secrete an unknown chemical, which is probably poison to kill enemies, as suggested by the scientists.
We can't deny that noise pollution can detrimentally affect humans and may induce various health hazards such as stress, sleep deprivation, and hypertension. But little did we realize that animals too have been experiencing stress and anxieties related to anthropogenic noise.
This is not a hoax nor a false Halloween story to startle you. The mightiest spider you'll probably ever see can be found in Australia.
In an interesting experiment on frogs, scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara found that the craving of amphibians to escape from very hot water goes down drastically when the temperature of the water rises at a moderate pace, according to a recent report published in ScienceDaily. The same is the response of animals and humans to temperature and is equally impacted by the rate at which the temperature rises. However, the exact process has not yet been understood.
There are no studies that confirm that marijuana can help treat animals of their illnesses and yet that does not stop some pet owners to try their luck on medical marijuana in a possibility that their sick pets can feel a sense of relief from their predicament, according to various reports.
How's life in a town where polar bears passed through on a particular season? Smithsonian Channel's newest offering, "Polar Bear Town" docu-series will bring you to series of these encounters of different people to interesting characters of polar bears that frequents the area.