Birds click their bills with great rhythm -- but why?
Skin can sometimes see, as new research on an octopus shows.
Future generations might never experience a turbulent flight thanks to new research on bats and their super sensitive wings.
Some clever monkeys in the wild have devised an anvil and stone hammer method for quickly cracking nuts.
Translation of monkey speak reveals that at least some of our fellow primates communicate a lot about leopards, birds of prey and falling tree branches.
Orangutans can impersonate larger, scarier animals by altering their calls with their hands.
A trained scent dog accurately identified whether patients' urine samples had thyroid cancer or were benign 88.2 percent of the time.
Some females (including women) often live beyond their child-rearing years because their wisdom improves the survival of others.
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