Flip a switch in a mouse's brains and watch it turn into a killer.
We can't deny that noise pollution can detrimentally affect humans and may induce various health hazards such as stress, sleep deprivation, and hypertension. But little did we realize that animals too have been experiencing stress and anxieties related to anthropogenic noise.
Through examining their muscles, scientists found out that tuna and Lamnid sharks share the same genetic composition.
At least two white sharks were attending the whale and had removed the tongue, internal organs and most of the muscle.
Humans are the new super predators --- Study reveals small animals fear humans more than their actual predator
New Zealand has announced an ambitious program between the government and the private sector that aims to eradicate rats and other predators in the country by 2050.
Unlike the living sperm whale, which has no functional teeth, the ancient Livyatan melvillei, with its 36 cm. teeth feeds on other whales and bigger predators.
Apparently lions and hyenas on African savannahs are not at all fazed by zebra stripes, according to a new study from UC Davis and the University of Calgary, in Canada.
Researchers found domestic dogs can tell the difference between a threatening and pleasant facial expression by gazing into one's eyes. This is similar to a human's social gazing behavior.
In the dark polar night, when the moon appears over the horizon, things happen. That is, the huge mass of tiny marine life, or zooplankton, take on a migration in order not to be viewed by their light-seeing predators.
An extinct group of marine reptiles known as plesiosaurs had a very unique body structure. New computer simulations suggest the animals likely used it to move through the water like a penguins.
Little penguins work together to hunt schools of fish to increase their chances of locating prey. However, once a capture is made, it's every penguin for himself.
When wild baboons decide to live in smaller social groups they are less stressed. This also reduces the amount of competition for the same forest resources.
Indian Mynas are also carrying exotic strands of avian malaria which is threatening native wildlife.
It turns out that Jurassic hunters may have really been the terrifying sprinters that Hollywood has made them out to be. New research has revealed that careful body temperature regulation had many dinosaurs 'running hot,' but only on sunny days.