A giant squid sighting has us wondering all over again: how on earth do deep-sea creatures get so large?
In China, gramophone and camera in tow, botanist and explorer Joseph Rock collected seeds from the tree peony that bears his name.
There are actually two decisions to make: whether to sting at all and whether to use prevenom or full venom.
A snake’s ability to swallow enormous prey has long been a source of fascination, but the common explanation that they dislocate their jaws is a myth.
Are you a bird? Is your chick acting weird? You might be victim of a brood parasite.
Found stranded on a subtropical beach, the mystery seal finally comes home to its North Atlantic waters.
The archerfish has an unusual skill: it spits water directly at its prey, knocking the bugs out of the sky. But how?
Some animals use chemical camouflage, even altering the way they smell in order to avoid predation.
Some of the most dazzling coloration you see in birds doesn’t actually exist.
The extinction crisis might be even worse than we think, because we tend to mostly pay attention to terrestrial vertebrates.