A recent study of 19th-century whalers’ logbooks shows that sperm whales rapidly learned new ways to avoid their predators’ harpoons.
New legislation in California, Senate Bill 252, also known as the PET Act (Prevent Extraneous Testing), if passed, would end the needless suffering of cats and dogs used for toxicity testing in the state.
The results of a new study have shown that dogs synchronize their behavior with the children in their family.
It turns out there is a lot to be gained from matching therapy dogs with children. The results of a new study demonstrated that children not only reap the benefits of working with therapy dogs, they enjoy it too.
Researchers have discovered that wasps provide crucial support to their extended families by babysitting at neighboring nests.
According to a new study approximately 60% of the world’s turtle species are considered threatened or endangered, with tough prospects for survival, making them one of the most vulnerable groups of animals on the planet.
Many different species of bats are killed by wind turbines worldwide. Researchers set out to examine just how widespread the problem of bats killed by wind turbines is, and to try and figure out why bats are killed even when wind turbines are constructed in areas where there are typically low concentrations of bats.
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The results of a first of its kind research study have revealed that dolphins have developed a number of similar personality traits to humans.
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?
The results of a new study have revealed that animal owners frequently report concerns and worries relating to caring for their animal during the pandemic. The study also revealed pet owners had increased their appreciation of their animals during the first lock-down phase.