The results of an important new study help to explain why many intelligent birds–and perhaps other animals–struggle in captivity. More specifically, the results revealed that the smarter the bird, the more unique welfare needs it has in captivity.
Scientists have now demonstrated that cockatoos learn from each other.
A new scientific study has demonstrated that crows, like bees, can comprehend the concept of zero.
A new scientific study uses a cognitive bias test to determine empathy among ravens. Researchers discovered ravens pick up on and even share negative emotions.
A new study has demonstrated that when coyote parents become habituated to humans, their offspring become more habituated, too. This … More
A new study has confirmed what many people who share their lives with dogs have suspected: Humans actually shape their … More
Apes are so intelligent that they weigh their options. This is the conclusion of a new animal cognition study that … More
Scientists have just tested whether there is truth in the notion that dogs have a prosocial and empathetic nature. The … More
As with previous research findings on the topic, this most recent animal cognition study rendered impressive findings about horse intelligence … More
The next time you are feeling regret over your decision to change the line you are waiting in at the … More
and people who live with dogs are not one bit surprised. Dogs understand what’s written all over your … More
It seems rather intuitive that if you are smart enough to survive and thrive among humans, you have got to … More