Richard Farrell has produced and written articles for Discovery since 2010.
Seabirds and fish are keeping the iconic high-fliers happy.
Baboon groups have a definite hierarchy, but the top members don't call the shots when it's time to change course.
Tests show promise in suppressing the deadly disease.
More than half of the plants eaten by the giant tortoises on one of the Galapagos Islands are non-native.
New information has been uncovered about the role that the lizard's long nose plays.
When females are smelled but not seen, the mouse sings a complex song. But once his intended is in sight, he becomes more subdued.
When fat-tailed dwarfs of the species hit the hibernate button, they increase their overall longevity.
Bats on food runs have their own version of traffic rules to avoid high-speed collisions.
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