The ability to categorize has long been thought to be a hallmark of human intelligence. New findings suggest pigeons do it too.
When kenneled, a large percentage of dogs show behaviors commonly associated with mental illness. Some even bounce off the walls -- literally. Continue reading →
Wolf packs, like people, organize themselves for maximum success, only the goal in the case of wolf hunting packs is to kill for survival. Continue reading →
Chimpanzees who are treated well by people trust and show more empathy for humans more than they do baboons and unfamiliar chimps.
African elephants can differentiate between human languages and move away from those considered a threat.
Human facial expressions have great similarity to those of other primates, find research that also identifies important differences.
Early-life isolation -- a common practice on dairy farms -- may be depriving baby cows of the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Male goats emit a sexually-stimulating scent that goes right to a female's brain for an immediate turn-on. Continue reading →
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