Bigger brains are brighter, according to a new study by University of Wyoming researchers.
A renowned exotic animal dentist led a specialist team of vet experts in a grueling root canal surgery that lasted for about 45 minutes on one of UK’s largest gorillas.
Letting your pets into the bed can be good for your sleep, a new study reported.
A recent breakthrough in in vitro fertilization (IVF) study by Cornell University leads to the birth of 7 healthy puppies. This development gives wildlife conservationists more reasons to be hopeful that extinction of endangered species could be finally addressed in the future with the use of IVF technology.
The center is a joint venture between Chinese and South Korean firms, Boyalife and Soonam Biotech. It will start by producing 100,000 cattle embryos a year.
Children who are exposed to dogs and farm animals at a very young age have a reduced risk of developing asthma by the age of seven, a new study found.
Bigger isn't always better when it comes to brains.
Dolphins are sensitive to magnetic stimuli as they behaved differently when swimming near magnetized objects, according to a new study.
One shot of an experimental Ebola vaccine can trigger fast protection, according to new monkey studies. However, the effect waned unless the animals got a booster shot made in a different way.
Plants have feelings too. Past studies revealed that sound, wind and touch could all affect plant growth. However, new research reveals that plants can also combine sensory data to detect potential threats.
A new study investigating how quickly animals urinate, found that no matter how large or small, most mammals urinate in the same time span.
As crawfish season comes to an end, a collective sigh should be heard throughout the crustacean community. Like humans, these mini-lobsters experience emotion and get stressed and anxious.
New research reveals that spider webs are like harps, with the slightest movement being chords to songs carrying information about prey, mates and the way a web is shaped.
Cat lovers are smarter than dog lovers. While people have forever disagreed whether cats or dogs make the best pets, new research reveals that cat owners are smarter than dog owners.
Scientists at Harvard have discovered a compound that can slow the degradation of insulin in animals.