Mysterious creatures likely use skin color changes for interaction with other squid as well as for camouflage.
A recent shark encounter captured on video reveals how some boat motors attract hungry great whites.
No brain? No problem for jellyfish, which turn out to be more aggressive than passive, at least in terms of their swimming.
Geese can travel high over mountains, but they choose to fly roller coaster-style over the Himalayas. Researchers found out why.
Every beach has its own unique magnetic signature and research finds sea turtles detect these signatures to locate their favorite spots.
A dog rolling over on its back may not mean what we think it means.
A bat can hear that another bat has detected an insect from 100 meters away.
The Dohrniphora flies quickly guillotine their prey with a long, sawlike proboscis, always targeting injured ants to avoid becoming dinner themselves.
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