Baboon groups have a definite hierarchy, but the top members don't call the shots when it's time to change course.
The sparkly blue stone of Twinkle Tush hangs from the base of the cat's tail and covers its unsightly anus. Continue reading →
The mother koala and her joey were hit by a car; the baby was too young to leave its mother for even an hour. Continue reading →
Birds click their bills with great rhythm -- but why?
A desert spider lets her young eat her from the inside out as soon as they're born. Now that's dedication.
The behemoths' flight response to ships involves freezing and slowly sinking, not exactly conducive to avoiding collisions. Continue reading →
Dolphins living in closer proximity take a small-town approach to their neighbors: chattier and friendlier. Continue reading →
Male and female dinosaurs from the same species sported different looks.
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