Drone footage captures man and marine mammal in a peaceful encounter in waters off Australia.
The hums contradict a common belief that giraffes’ long necks could preclude them being able to vocalize.
Sperm whales create social cliques based on a shared dialect of vocal clicks, evidence that humans are not alone in having culture.
A new study reveals that these insects have a 'high-definition ability' to detect tiny chemical changes in the pheromones other ants give off.
Some animals, a very few, recognize themselves in mirrors. Others, though, have less predictable reactions, based on type of animal. Trace explains "the mirror test" and looks at how some different creatures react.
CA Roan Drive, in Rowlett, Texas, has startling new adornments in its trees.
A particular, high-pitched 'peep' is used by the primates across a number of contexts, much as is seen in human babies.
Roosters crow in order of seniority, the top cock announcing daybreak while juniors patiently wait their turn.
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