The nose-horned viper ate the wrong insect: the centipede likely chewed its way out.
From an elephant that speaks Korean to goldfish that distinguish Bach from Stravinsky, the animal kingdom is full of non-human brainiacs.
As if an 18-foot snake that can eat humans isn't worrisome enough, a new study has found that Burmese pythons possess incredible, natural GPS ability. Continue reading →
Like dried fruit coming back to life in a bowl of cereal, a sea snake rehydrates after months of considerable dehydration.
A python was caught on camera devouring a crocodile after an epic battle on the shores of an Australian lake.
Human influence appears to have caused some snakes in the wild to grow to very large sizes.
Flying snakes take on a strange shape that helps them to stay airborne over long distances. Continue reading →
Less-glamorous animals than elephants, gorillas and rhinos are poached for various reasons. Here's just a selection.
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