In a recent experiment, crows were able to judge the weights of objects simply by watching how they behaved in a breeze.
Although it can’t talk, the five-foot tall Whooping Crane can communicate in a variety of other ways.
Recently, an international team of entomologists made a discovery highlighting the architectural abilities of termites.
In the same way that visual camouflage makes things hard to see, acoustic camouflage makes it hard for bats to see moths.
In a preliminary report, researchers found that the personality traits we ascribe to different dog breeds have a basis in the dogs’ DNA.
Every year, millions of birds are taken from places like Brazil to sell around the world, and it is devastating tropical bird populations.
Research shows that when activities require thinking, we’re more prone to choke.
A recent study from the University of Copenhagen decided to examine the many cat skeletons at the Zoological Museum in Copenhagen.
A recent study shows that monkeys place a high value on satisfying their curiosity.
A decanter is a rather mysterious object that inspires questions about how to use it, and what function decanting actually serves.