Researchers have discovered the oldest baboon to date.
It turns out that lycaenid butterfly larvae can, surprising, control ants.
Scientists have uncovered evidence that 142 million years ago, two carnivorous dinosaurs strolled side-by-side down a beach.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster may actually exist. Petroleum workers have found a creature living deep beneath the waves of the ocean, with a myriad of thin appendages that look like cooked pasta.
Apes may be closer to talking than you might think. It turns out that Koko the gorilla, best known for her ability to use American Sign Language, also used vocalizations when "speaking" with researchers.
Drones can be a huge boon to wildlife biologists. Now, researchers have found that these robots may actually stress out the wildlife they're observing.
For the first time ever, researchers have sequenced the genome of the octopus, learning a bit more about this strange, underwater creature.
A certain octopus may have a bit of a strange romantic life. Not only is the creature gregarious, but it seems almost polite with its prey.
We all know that birds can sing, but did you know that alligators and crocodiles do the same? Scientists have discovered that these large reptiles will actually resonances to communicate with others.
Why do animals have different pupil shapes? It all has to do with their ecological niche.
Wasps can turn spiders into zombies. Scientists have discovered a species of wasp that can take control of a spider's nervous system and cause it to build a tough "cocoon" web to protect developing wasp pupae.