Can a mother's stress impact her child? That's the case for elephants. Scientists have found that elephants born into stressful situations have fewer offspring and age faster.
It turns out that a certain bat may actually emit two different types of weak echolocation signals alternately in order to find prey.
Each year, a tiny insect conducts one of the most staggering migrations for any animal. The monarch butterfly flies 3,000 miles from Canada and the U.S. to Mexico for the winter.
Do whales have culture? That may just be the case. Scientists believe they have new insights into the different dialects used by groups of sperm whales
A new study reveals a bit more about termite mounds. Scientists have learned how these structures are ventilated, which may reveal a bit more about these amazing creatures.
Polar bears might be able to survive climate change and the melting ice they call home.
Why aren't there more lions? Scientists have long wondered this when looking at the proportion of predators to prey across Africa.
It turns out that seahorse dads may have a lot in common with human moms. Scientists have found that when it comes to breeding, seahorses share more in common with humans than previously thought.
It turns out that when it comes to choosing a mate, cheek pads are the thing to watch out for. Female orangutans prefer males with large "check pads" on their faces.
It turns out that where a songbird lives may impact its reproduction and, ultimately, its survival as a species
Scientists have found that frogs may be irrational when choosing a mate