Snapping shrimp may tell researchers a bit more about reefs. Scientists have found that the tiny snapping shrimp's noisy habits could play a big role in reef ecology.
How do birds learn through imitation? Scientists have taken a closer look at the brain circuitry in young zebra finches.
A new study found that lizards that are exposed to extreme weather would most likely adapt to new climates
Researchers reconstruct the skeleton of an ancient giraffe relative that has thick legs and curly horns. The giraffe relative lived between five million and 12,000 years ago.
Scientists have studied the vocal muscles on Bengalese finches and have found that they can change function to help produce different parameters of sound, similar to a trained opera singer.
Robotic, underwater vehicles may give researchers a new tool to better understand shark behavior. These robots may be able to travel where humans cannot in order to show scientists how sharks behave in the wild.
A recent study found that a mother's appetite impacts the appetites of their offspring and may protect animals during times of population boom.
During the Arctic winter, darkness reigns in the icy north. Now, scientists have found that the creatures living within on Arctic fjord keep busy even during these frigid months.
A recent study found that 'parthenogenesis' the virgin birth may be quite common among snakes
The largest ape in the world may have met its untimely demise due to climate change.
It turns out that ancient symbiosis between species wasn't perfect by a longshot.