Three rare maleo chicks hatched successfully after months of carefully controlled incubation at the Bronx Zoo in New York City.
When locals cracked the egg open they found a double yolk and, to the Guizhou villager's surprise, another egg, which they also cracked open and found another yolk.
After months of deadly red blooms of the western coast of Florida, Manatees across the peninsula are starting to follow suit.
Chimpanzees are capable of using teamwork in order to get food, a new study has shown, drawing more evolutionary ties between chimp and human characteristics.
Tourists feeding stingrays have changed the creatures' feeding habits along with behavior and mating habits, a new study finds. Researchers say the research finding raises questions about the impact of interactive tourism on marine wildlife, reports e!sciencenews.
A team of U.K. marine biologists have now found a whale skeleton and along with it, nine species of organisms that were found in deep-sea feeding on the bones of the whale.
How do roosters know that they have to crow at dawn? Researchers believe that the internal clock in roosters is the reason behind them going "cock-a-doodle-doo" every morning.
Lions use dense savanna vegetation to stalk and hunt their prey, according to a new study.
Since the beginning of the year more than 500 sea lion pups have been found washed ashore and on the verge of death in Southern California
The American cliff swallow is thought to have evolved shorter wings, which has enabled the birds to avoid being killed by speeding cars
Antarctica - the large, frozen wasteland with conditions so hostile that no organism calls it a permanent home - is the only place in the world that has no bat-catching spiders, says a new study.
According to a new study, bat-eating spiders are all over the place except for Antarctica.
Researchers from the University of Florida have discovered a previously unknown genius and species of saber-toothed cat based on a study of 5-million-year-old fossils.
Researchers from Australia have now re-constructed the genome of an extinct frog species that gave birth through its mouth. The genome was completed using a cloning technology to combine a dead nucleus with an egg from another species of frog.
Once extinct animals, like the woolly mammoth, passenger pigeon and western black rhino, can be brought back to life via genetic engineering. This topic has caused some debate among the scientific community as to whether they should and what are the moral implications related to that.