Tiny marine snails known as sea butterflies appear to "fly" underwater much like winged insects do when taking to the sky – representsing a remarkable example of convergent evolution, where two unrelated species develop features that are used in similar ways.
Have you ever wondered how birds decide who will lead their flock when flying in V formations? It turns out this traveling behavior is largely determined by speed.
Hummingbirds are muscling through many of their aerial performances, says a new study.
Scientists have discovered the fossilized remains of a new "walking" bat species, which lived 16 million years ago, and roamed ancient New Zealand.
Bats are known for their breathtaking precision when it comes to flying and avoiding obstacles, and new research credits their expert flying skills to super sensors found in their wings.