The prehistoric mammals used its unique nose to produce calls so deep that they were nearly infrasound.
The many-armed creatures lead dramatic lives and resolve disputes using color to mark their mood.
Who learned American Sign Language, uses a mirror to groom herself, and has a fondness for kittens and people? Koko the gorilla! DNews gauges the smarts of this celebrity great ape.
The insects use a pheromone that attracts other ants and prompts subsequent moves in the construction process.
These creatures won't win any Grammy awards for their vocals, but the fact that some of them sing, or sort of do, at all might surprise you.
A new study offers the first evidence of fish using communication to maintain cohesion of the overall group.
A Brazilian frog will do almost anything to grab the attention of females, including singing, toe tapping, arm waving and squealing.
A goat sent to a Russian safari park as live prey for a Siberian tiger has instead befriended the big cat.
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