Cats may be more receptive to human emotions than we given them credit for, say researchers from Oakland University.
Yawning is known to be contagious, and like humans and some mammals, birds apparently copy yawns, too.
With summer right around the corner, it'll soon be time for a good old-fashioned picnic. The only thing that might ruin your good time is a pesky fruit fly, which can be shooed away with the simple wave of your hand. But have you ever thought about what that fruit fly could be thinking, for example, if it's actually afraid as it flees the scene? Well, researchers now suggest that fruit flies may be able to feel emotion.
A common pain reliever may stifle feelings of joy and happiness, according to a new study.
New research indicates that dogs can tell the difference between happy and angry human facial expressions.
Results of a new study indicate that bonobo monkeys have very similar empathetic capabilities to humans.