Betrayal, sex pheromones, and a lot of snake wrestling.
They may use massive magnetic maps to navigate
Some caterpillars look exactly like poop
Bats can adapt by switching senses, but that's not good enough
Vindicated at last
Carry on, carrion birds
We could learn a lot from a reef-dweller
So toilet-training really should work, right?
The billion-dollar, cutting-edge science of convincing dogs and cats to eat what's in front of them.
Tail wags, rat giggles, and horse snorts.
Larger animals live longer, but tiny dogs outlive big ones. What's the deal?
The science behind cannabis-based pet products is still half-baked
Chaser isn't just learning objects by name: she's beginning to understand the basic structure of human language.
Excerpt: Raised by Animals
Seashells, fish, and spiders may hold the key to better bulletproof vests.
It's time to start taking precautions.
And why you should probably leave most baby squirrels alone.