The humor in inventing fake animals comes from the fact that the audience is in on the joke. Nevertheless, the line between satire and hoax can be fuzzy.
So why are chimpanzee throwing rocks at trees? And then collecting the rocks in piles to use again?
Fish, it turns out, are loud.
Farmers looking increase yields and maintain healthy soil are trying the old technique of planting cover crops again.
People and birds carry their specific parasites around the world.
A relatively tiny member of the Rafflesia genus of giant corpse flowers has just been discovered.
In the years after his presidency, Roosevelt sent a letter to The Condor magazine criticizing painter Abbott Thayer's theory of animal camouflage.
An interview with shark biologist Dr. David Ebert, discoverer of the ninja lanternshark.
Wild animal attacks on people are rare, but when they happen, human actions are frequently responsible.
Research explains why naked mole rats, unlike most mammals, are resistant to cancer and the pain induced by acid.