A new study has demonstrated that it is not just mammals that have complex societies. The results of a new observational study reveal that birds–more specifically vulture guinea fowl that live in Africa–can keep track of relationships with hundreds of others.
New research has demonstrated that vampire bats form long-term bonds and friendships.
Researchers in a new study have found that dolphins coordinate their behavior to work together on shared tasks.
A new study has demonstrated that chicks are born with the knowledge to flee from predators rather than learning it from experience.
Dogs in south Brazil took their loyalty to the next level when they followed their pack leader—a homeless man—all the way to hospital.
Researchers identify 131 genetic variants associated with breed differences in dog behavior.
Pigs have been recorded using tools for the first time. The pigs used the tools to prepare nests for the arrival of piglets due in six months.
Squirrels listen in on bird communications to learn when predators have left the area and it is safe to stop being on high alert, according to a new scientific study.
We are in the midst of a movement among some scientists, animal advocates and philosophers arguing that elephant intelligence and social capabilities justifies classifying them as having “personhood”.
A new study has revealed some rather surprising news: unhatched baby birds can sense danger and warn their nest mates of that danger before any of them are even hatched.
According to a new scientific study it appears that goats can distinguish emotional changes in the calls of other goats–even subtle changes.