Among the bees' favorite additions are vanilla and cinnamon.
Slime mold, a unicellular organism at the bottom of the food chain, can learn, a finding that has important implications for understanding the evolution of learning, as well as how many creatures can be 'smart' and successful without a brain.
Scientists are training an endangered marsupial to avoid eating toxic toads.
From one flood to the next, a species of ant takes the same place in a raft made of its colony-mates.
An octopus the size of a rugby ball made an audacious escape through a narrow pipe at New Zealand’s National Aquarium.
Brown skuas display an ability to learn how to identify people they have seen near their nests.
City-slicker birds may have an intellectual wing up on their country counterparts, according to a new study of avian intelligence.
We've known for awhile now that whales communicate with each other using a range of sounds, but recent research has shown groups of whales using specialized language akin to human accents.
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