When the musical taste of chimps was tested, researchers found the animals shun the steadily strong beats common in Western genres, but they're drawn to Indian ragas and traditional tunes from West Africa.
Listening to music is a great way to relax and unwind. In fact, certain animals enjoy listening to music too. Trace discusses why animals like music, and also how listening to a certain genre might just cause cows to produce more milk!
Some animals can keep a beat, while others seemingly have zero dancing ability. New research explains why.
A Dr. Doolittle-inspired study uncovered a previously unknown musical ability in squirrel monkeys.
Goldfish are no dummies when it comes to music, and they can distinguish between two well-known composers.
Jim Morrison who famously slithered around in tight pants on stage, was known as The Lizard King. Now scientists have named an enormous lizard after the late great rock star. Continue reading →
Do your kids like to dance, and can you travel to Indiana over the weekend? If so, they could appear on British and Canadian television grooving with Snowball, the world's most famous dancing cockatoo. Watch a new video of Snowball dancing to Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust." Here...
Elvis Presley, who would have celebrated his 75th birthday today, famously sang about a hound dog. But his true animal passion was for horses, suggests Priscilla Presley and multiple other sources. You'll hear from Priscilla in a minute. (Image: Library of Congress still from the movie Jailhou...
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