The virus that is shutting down human activity around the globe has left quite an opportunity for animals. In this case, goats.
The findings of a recent study support the idea that dogs exhibiting what has been commonly thought of as “separation anxiety” are actually just really frustrated to be in the position of lock-down or being housebound.
The results of a massive, longitudinal, multi-country research study tracking the outdoor movements of pet cats have revealed the secrets of where–and how far–they wander.
We know that like us, rats are intelligent, kind and empathic and sometimes experience regret, have an active memory life, laugh and play games, plan ahead, engage in bartering and trading, are super helpful, and are great at tasks, using tools and learning. So why, when we have scientific evidence of all of these attributes, do we treat rats so inhumanely–in the scientific lab, as well as the outer world?
Scientists in a new study have confirmed that like humans, gorillas are territorial in their behavior.
The tales about elephants mourning their dead may have validity. In a new, first of its kind meta-analysis, the results appear to confirm the folklore surrounding elephants and their dead.
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.