Bears usually avoid skunks, but in this throwback clip, both mammals stand their ground for an epic showdown.
Serendipitously, scientists have discovered a way that frogs have evolved to hear the calls of their own species more clearly.
Here’s what the animal kingdom can teach us about disease prevention.
Black-footed ferrets could come back from near extinction, but some ranchers don’t want them on public lands.
Genetics seem to help the world’s most wide-ranging bird of prey fly thousands of miles each year.
The effects were both good and bad, but the main takeaway is how vulnerable tourism-dependent animals can be.
Images that supposedly showed the extinct thylacine were actually of a pademelon. But how could you even confuse the two?
More than 27,000 people applied for permits for the state’s first wolf hunt since 2014.
They speak the Queen’s English, so to speak.
Anglers and boaters may be fueling the spread of invasive spiny water flea from the Great Lakes—but they can help...
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