A new study provides evidence that dinosaurs might not have roar, but instead, cooed like the birds we have today.
If you have the ability to change sex up to 20 times, would you stay faithful to your mate, like the chalk bass? Apparently, this bass is not all about that bass.
Pigs are smart and sociable animals, which is why it is not hard to believe that pigs oink for no reason.
Seagulls are notorious for their bad behavior. Because of their deeds, they are often called the "thugs" of the bird world.
Temperature-triggered sex change! A study revealed that these genetically male species hatch as females and give birth to other lizards.
The chameleon's tongue is super sticky that it can lift a prey three times bigger than its size.
Dogs are indeed man's best friend, as a team of 12 golden retrievers flew across to Florida to give comfort to victims of the Orlando mass shooting.
The unfortunate (or fortunate?) bird was cleaned up by hospital staff, but it looks like the wonderful curry smell will stay on.
A surprising Monday morning scene involved an alligator crossing a road using a crosswalk in Palm Coast, Florida.
A sight of an alligator feasting on a human body gave a maintenance worker a nightmare he'll never forget.
Contrary to what most people know, electric eels attack with a behavior called the "shocking leap" where it jumps out of the water and produces a higher voltage of up to 300 volts.
Some people call these colorful spiders "kittens with too many legs" because of the mammalian characteristics they possess, how their eyes look and the way they interact with the environment.
Where there's a wool there's a way.. He likes to stay in shape with his heavy bag, he wont stop until its on the ground.
This spider is a male Maratus speciosus (Coastal peacock spider) and this is its way to appeal to a potential female mate (the brown spider at the end). It is approximately 4 mm in length and inhabits coastal dunes near Perth in Western Australia.