A male peacock undulate its tail feathers in such a way that the 'eyes' of the feathers remain still and can mesmerize captivated females. Continue reading →
Bull elks and sinister characters from “Lord of the Rings” both feature a multi-tonal call.
Without cooking or eating anything unusual, a shaggy endangered animal has managed to produce the same smell of hot buttered popcorn.
Key information is conveyed only from the antenna, scientists find.
We've known for awhile now that whales communicate with each other using a range of sounds, but recent research has shown groups of whales using specialized language akin to human accents.
Intensity of the pecking determines how the birds perceive interlopers.
Male gorillas seem to have their own version of mmmm and yummy, when eating.
The horse-human bond is so intense that with just a passing glance, a horse can tell how a person is feeling.
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