Some species use their ears not just for hearing, but for communicating as well.
Researchers have found that you can tape record the various calls made by Vervet monkeys and play them back one at a time.
What if you're a bird of prey, looking down on miles of grassland or desert, trying to spot a meal that's only an inch or two long?
While we all know that invasive species are particularly hard on native species in the environment, invasive species can have it pretty tough too.
Have you ever heard that some squirrels eat snakeskin? Maybe you haven't, but it's true. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Do caterpillars have table manners? Find out on this Moment of Science.
If you were a pregnant female moose, where would you rather give birth? Deep in the forest? Next to a busy highway? Confused?
Where do the endangered green sea turtles spend their early years?
Think you are pretty good at push-ups? Well, meet the Jacky Dragon.
While some animals developed ways to extract water from their food, the desert dwelling lizards don’t drink water at all; they absorb it through their skin.