If you have ever witnessed a group of smaller animals ward off a larger prey animal, you've seen an interesting animal behavior called "mobbing."
You might hire a nanny to take care of your kids while your out, but did you know that some animals do too?
A study on spotted hyenas found that at least in some species, females really do prefer foreign males. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
We're not talking about your teenagers, but rather the surprising behavior of juvenile ravens. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever tried smelling underwater? Probably not the best idea, since as humans we would drown, but that's not the case for the star-nosed mole.
One common misconception people have regarding evolution is that the gradual changing of physical forms always benefits the species in question.
If you keep a winter bird feeder, you might have noticed that blue jays seem to dominate the scene and bullying other birds away. Where's this behavior from?
You've heard the expression "to heave your guts" used to refer to vomiting. In the case of frogs and toads, "heaving your guts" can have a literal connotation.
Anyone who owns a cat is familiar with the head-bumping way they greet you, but what does this behavior mean? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Vampire bats, native to Central and South America, are one of the most well known examples of sharing and kindness in the animal kingdom.