Chameleons are like living mood rings: Color changes reveal their status, intentions and more.
Male elephant seals recognize the unique calls of their rivals, helping them know when to fight or flee, new research suggests.
What do different wags mean? Canines know, and thanks to a new study, humans do too. Continue reading →
Elephants just proved yet again how intelligent they are, by showing that they understand human pointing without receiving any lessons on it. Continue reading →
BFF's among primates date back to 6 million years ago, with friends that picked each other, literally.
Humans aren't the only primates that whisper, according to a study that finds cotton-top tamarins whisper too. Continue reading →
Orangutans make travel plans and tell their loved ones -- and their enemies -- where they're going. Continue reading →
Howling has less to do with instinct and stress in wolves and more to do with caring and loneliness. Continue reading →
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