It's hard to imagine a dog caring about their sagging chin or the shape of their nose, but plastic surgery for pups are becoming a thriving industry.
Funnel web spider's venom holds a harmless ingredient that could be used to prevent damage caused by stroke.
Over 90 percemt of the rusty patched bumblebee population has been wiped out primarily due to disease, pesticide exposure, habitat loss and climate change. At present, they are only found in small, scattered populations in 13 states.
Villagers in Zimbabwe shot and cut open a crocodile after suspecting that the massive reptile has eaten an eight-year-old boy.
Not only is it gross, but widely-accepted jellyfish cures apparently make the sting even worse.
Arsia Mons met its end in the same era dinosaurs ceased to walk the Earth.
Laughter is truly the universal language - not just among humans, but also apparently among parrots.
A salon in Dresden, Germany is getting attention for offering a neck massage from an unusual employee...a python.
Demeter has captured the olfactory essence of the warmth and comfort of that purrfect spot, just behind kitten's neck.
A research reveals that East African tribes may be stronger in fighting diseases than Westerners. The culprit? Using antibiotics and less direct contact to microbiomes and food sources.
Cheerios' beloved mascot, Buzz the Bee, has disappeared from the boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios to serve as a stark reminder that the world's bee population is gradually nearing its end.
New footage shows a mother chimpanzee caring for her dead son in a very human way.
After the photoshoot, the zoo noticed that Thomas' behavior has changed. He became "obsessed" with women's breasts.
According to scientists at UNSW and the Australian National University, some fishes have learned to live outside their usual habitat in a bid to stay safe and escape their predators.