A new study finds that Cope's Rule does not apply to dinosaurs, sometimes.
A new three-fingered frog species has been discovered in a rainforest reserve in southern Brazil.
An Asian male elephant in Korea is surprising everybody with his ability to mimic the human voice.
Researchers have discovered that the female African white-browed sparrow weavers can sing the male-typical solo song via an increase in testosterone hormones.
Discovery of new fossils in southern China suggests that the first flying fish may have evolved to escape from predators, say researchers.
Nine new species of tree-dwelling arboreal tarantulas have been discovered in Central and Eastern Brazil, which also include four of the smallest species ever recorded.
A new study sheds light on how Antarctic leopard seals consume smaller prey.
An elusive Pallas’s cat has been captured on camera for the first time in Bhutan’s Wangchuck Centennial Park (WCP), according to reports from World Wildlife Fund.
Paleontologists have discovered fossilized turtles from the Jurassic era in China’s northwest province of Xinjiang.
For the first time, scientists have detected grid cells in primates while performing visual memory task.
Social interaction is commonly found in animals in order to protect their own from predator attack or to grab attention from the females for mating. It also helps animals to capture bigger prey.
Researchers have reconstructed a new phylogeny of assassin bugs, shedding light on their evolutionary history.
Researchers have discovered a rare species of ladybug that can tuck its head, in southwest Montana.
A new study suggests that Puerto Rico's small manatee population has a low genetic diversity, which poses a threat to their long-term survival.