Researchers have taken a closer look at these hummingbird-sized hawkmoths to find out what obstacles they have to overcome while feeding on nectar at night.
How do wild mongooses avoid inbreeding? That's a good question.
Camera traps may be revealing the hidden lives on animals on the Serengeti. Researchers have used automatic cameras triggered by heat or motion in order to better understand the behavior of animals in the African savanna.
Can crows count? They may be able to, according to a new study
The box jellyfish is one of the most poisonous species in the world and now, researchers have found a little bit more about how they hunt.
It turns out that tiny birds may be able to warn others of an approaching predator in order to avoid being preyed upon themselves.
Chimps, apparently, would cook if given the choice. Scientists have conducted a series of experiments that reveal that not only do chimps have a taste for cooked food, but also have the cognitive abilities to actually cook.