Short winter days can get anyone stir crazy. Now, though, researchers have found that short winter days actually trigger aggression hormones differently based on sex.
Why do some wild animals tolerate humans while others don't? Scientists are taking a closer look at animal-human interactions to get to the bottom of human tolerance.
A parasite may actually be micro jellyfish. Scientists have made a new discovery that may redefine how scientists interpret what it means to be an animal.
Bats may have the heaviest wings comparatively to their body size-but why? Scientists have taken a closer look at bat wings and have found that they're specially designed to allow the mammals to land upside down.
It turns out that male bumblebees are just as smart as female worker bees, despite their reputation.
Scientists have looked at a mass extinction that occurred 359 million years ago and have found that it caused the die-off of large species while smaller species survived.
Paleontologists have uncovered a new species of duck-billed dinosaur with a surprising crest.
It turns out that an ant colony could be classified as a "superorganism."
The curtains may be closing on the orca shows at SeaWorld. The park has announced that it will be phasing out its traditional Shamu show in San Diego and replace it with one that's less about tricks and more about orcas' natural behaviors in the wild.
How do tiny insects and other animals clean themselves? Without this ability, these creatures would soon find themselves unable to properly function. Now, scientists have taken a closer look and have found that hair plays a huge role in keeping creatures filth-free.
A sea urchin, of all animals, has spurred an idea for new, lightweight materials. Scientists have taken a closer look at a sea urchin cousin, known as the heart urchin, as the inspiration for strong, lightweight materials.