Scientists have for the first time caught on film mud slinging and fighting between octopuses that live near one another.
Category: Animal Social Behavior
Lion Stays by Wife’s Side Until the End
A testament of true love in the animal kingdom.
6 Signs Your Cat Loves You: Expert
An animal behaviorist lays out some strong signs of affection your kitty is probably trying to communicate with you.
Happy the Elephant has Day in Court
New York’s highest court is set to determine whether Happy, a 47-year-old Asian elephant living at the Bronx Zoo, is being unlawfully imprisoned.
Chimps have their own 400-word language: Scientific discovery
A new scientific study has revealed that chimpanzees engage in complex vocalizations with almost 400 words.
Breed is an Unreliable Predictor of Individual Dog’s Behavior: Scientists
New scientific research has revealed that in modern times a dog’s breed has relatively little correlation with an individual dog’s behavior.
Cats are Psychopaths, say scientists
A new study has found that the average cat is likely harboring psychopathic tendencies.
Babies of High-Ranking Hyena Moms Inherit the Status
New research reveals that hyenas inherit their social networks and social status from their mothers.
Ants respond like humans to social isolation
Ants react to social isolation in a similar way as do humans and other social mammals.
Giraffe Girl Gangs? Yes. And they play an important role
Scientists discover that girl gang social units may be important to giraffe evolution and survival.
The secret lives of honey bees
Unique video from within beehives provides never before seen by humans special insight into honey bee behaviors…
Clever Sperm Whales Outwit Human Predators
A recent study of 19th-century whalers’ logbooks shows that sperm whales rapidly learned new ways to avoid their predators’ harpoons.