Immunity to discomfort seems to run in the family.
A new study finds that human and dog microbiomes have more in common than you might expect.
Larger animals live longer, but tiny dogs outlive big ones. What's the deal?
Many communities are already experts on the animals that scientists want to save.
Scientists just engineered reptile skin for the first time.
“Worm therapy” has a mixed record in clinical trials.
Dung holds clues about noise pollution and lack of food.
The surprising benefits of animal-inspired gunk
Tiny treadmills not included
Findings could tell us how our ancestors learned to cook, too
Bacteria from bat skin may be the answer to White-Nose Syndrome
BRB, feeding a cow ketchup
The billion-dollar, cutting-edge science of convincing dogs and cats to eat what's in front of them.
Researchers claim it could aid Parkinson's research, too.
The famed mirror test might not be as useful as we thought
Some dolphins were even trained to kill.
Most owners are unaware their furry friends can save other pets' lives.
Chaser isn't just learning objects by name: she's beginning to understand the basic structure of human language.
Researchers developed a sensor to detect blood in the stomach.
When the going gets tough, the tough self-destruct.
Labels impact how likely a pup is to get adopted, even when the label isn't very accurate.