Goose gets injured and disappears, his frantic partner searches and finds him–then demands to be let inside to see him.
New research reveals that hyenas inherit their social networks and social status from their mothers.
Adopting a shelter animal in some areas of the U.S. today can entail a rigorous adoption process that includes intrusive, seemingly random and frequently impossible to achieve set of hurdles in which few people are deemed worthy enough to adopt.
When it comes to sharing their food with humans, dogs just aren’t into reciprocity.
Unbelievable but true. There are spiders that eat snakes. Spiders are primarily insectivores, but they occasionally expand their menu by catching and eating small snakes. And observations of snake-eating spiders have been reported around the world.
Listen up, cat lovers! Research analyzing 440 recordings of “meows emitted by cats in different contexts”. Weird, right? Meow!
New research reveals that an elephant’s personality may play an important role in how well that elephant can solve novel problems.
For decades, manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, pesticides and other commercial chemicals have tested their products on rodents or other vertebrate animals to comply with government safety testing regulations. This long-standing practice is now slowly starting to change.
According to the results of a new scientific study “pretty” parrots are at increased risk for being snatched up for Indonesia’s illegal wildlife trade.
A new study has revealed that the sleep quality of the surprisingly high number of children who share a bed with their pets is indistinguishable from those who sleep alone.
Dogs operating out of a university clinic in Bangkok are part of a global corps of dogs being trained to sniff out Covid-19 in people.
Leading flea-control products have been found to be infested with toxic PFAS ‘forever chemicals’.