The results of a new study have shown that dogs synchronize their behavior with the children in their family.
Researchers have discovered that wasps provide crucial support to their extended families by babysitting at neighboring nests.
During a study with captive vampire bats at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama, a young vampire bat pup was adopted by an unrelated female after its mother died.
The results of a new study reveal the solution to a problem many cat owners have: How do you stop cats from hunting birds and other wildlife during their outdoor time?
A new study of giraffes in Tanzania has demonstrated that adult female giraffes who spend time in larger groups with other females live longer than less sociable individuals.
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For the first time, scientists have calculated the global impact of human activity on animal movement, revealing widespread impacts that threaten species survival and biodiversity.
Mounting behavior, the thrusting motion dogs sometimes do against humans’ legs, is usually associated with sexual arousal in animals, but as it turns out, this is not always the case. New research conducted by neuroscientists explored the motivations behind mounting behavior in mice and discovered that sometimes there is a thin line between love and hate (or anger) in the mouse brain.
A new study shows that both capuchin monkeys and rhesus macaques are susceptible to the same reaction as humans to keep persisting even when a task seems fruitless.
Being good to your neighbors can have a positive outcome if you are a squirrel. The results of a longitudinal study of red squirrels suggest living near the same neighbors could sharply offset the effects of aging.
The results of a new study found that animals that have never been domesticated, such as kangaroos, can intentionally communicate with humans, challenging the notion that this behavior is usually restricted to domesticated animals like dogs, horses or goats.
The results of a new study have shown that a rat just has to smell another rat that is engaged in helpful behavior to increase their own helpfulness.