The world's spiders consume somewhere between 400 million and 800 million tons of prey in any given year.
They aren't even fish, some of them are immortal and they are composed of ninety-five percent water. Jellyfish are proof that we inhabit an infinitely mysterious universe.
Mumbai photographer Neenad Joseph Arul used to be shy about approaching people, so instead he turned to the dogs in his neighborhood.
He's either a good guy whale with a friendly disposition or a calculating, exacting predator.
It’s always distressing and tragic when we hear a report of shark attack. But what is the actual likelihood of dying due to a shark encounter?
We can't see any reason why every hockey game doesn't start with a pre-face off game of fetch.
You don't need some expensive motorboat to get out there and ride the waves, just get yourself an expensive horse instead.
"Contemporary evolution" is also happening at a scale that is easily observable in a human lifetime, and some of those changes are actually driven by humans.
Scientists closely monitor the last member of a species. Is there space in a creature’s DNA to consider the prospect of no tommorow?
There are urban myths that mammals like camels and pigs lack the ability to swim – but as far as we know just one genus of mammals struggles to keep its head above water.
We would not be surprised to learn that pulling gators out of sewers is Animal Control's only job in Florida.
If you’ve been longing to buy a cockatoo, keep in mind that this is how these strange creatures like to spend their quality time.
China loans pandas to zoos the world over for a hefty fee. And they don't seem to just loan them to anybody: researchers have noticed a correlation between "panda gift loans" and trade deals.
In May, Russian scientists plan to load six American bison on heavy-duty trucks near the city of Perm, and then drive until the roads end in Siberia — a distance roughly twice the length of the drive from New York City to San Francisco.
If you're holding on to a horse who takes off running, acting as a physical anchor may slow the animal down to a halt.
Tardigrades, also referred to as "water bears," are eight-legged microscopic animals that are seemingly impossible to kill, having been found everywhere from Antarctica to the deep sea.
As Westerners condemn live whale shows, Russia hunts and sells killer whales to Chinese amusement parks.
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