It's not just dogs that have a connection with humans. Horses also are intelligent animals and, according to a new study, can actually read human emotions.
Small birds apparently prefer flying with company.
The future for the cute pika may not be as daunting as once thought.
Scientists have looked at camouflage and have found just how vital it is for keeping prey animals alive.
The octopus may be far more social than you might think.
In a recent study, researchers examine the head shape and genetics of western rattlesnakes, which is enabling researchers to have a better understanding of rattlesnake species and their evolution.
A team of researchers are shedding light on brain size and intelligence among carnivore species. They found that carnivore species with larger brains relative to their body size tend to be better problem-solvers.
An extremely rare white giraffe has been spotted in Tanzania. With a condition called leucism, this giraffe is unable to make pigment.
In the Animal Kingdom, there are species that employ a variety of techniques to hunt their prey. But one of the most brutal methods is the one employed by the Secretary Bird.
Scientists have found that a zebra's stripes don't act as protection against predators. Instead, it could be that the stripes are for communication.
In a recent study, researchers found that prairie voles console their loved ones who are stressed.