Two thousand dead mice full of painkillers were dropped into Guam to kill invasive snakes. Continue reading →
Fiercely carnivorous mice that attack and kill deadly scorpions feel no pain from their prey's sting, and new research reveals why.
It's not easy being clean, according to a new study that finds domesticated animals are far more fastidious than their wild counterparts. Continue reading →
Deep in the cloud forests of Central America, two species of singing mice put on a high-pitched opera to mark their territory.
Humans appear to be responsible for rapid brain growth seen over the past 100 years in small mammals from both urban and rural areas.
Mice raised with human brain cells produce faster learners -- and interesting ethical questions. ->
A mouse genetically engineered to age faster is tweaked to experience reverse aging.