Promiscuous females stall male extinction, according to a new study on fruit flies.
Goats are smarter than previously thought, according to new research.
Social behavior can change a person's genetic makeup, a new study on dolphins suggests.
Teen mothers die earlier but have bigger families, according to new research on elephants.
A certain citrus-scented ingredient in the odor of male goats literally turns female goats on, according to a new study.
Scientists found that Asian elephants console those in distress using touches and vocalizations.
Fruit flies with brothers make gentler lovers than those living with unrelated flies, according to a new study.
Male black widow spiders court by shaking their abdomens at carefully pitched vibrations to prevent females from attacking them.
Bed bugs grow faster when they live in groups.
Some social mammals like mongooses may have evolved to give birth at the same time to reduce infanticide.
They have a notorious reputation for being fierce carnivores, but new research reveals that spiders may not be the pure predators we think they are.
Many dog owners insist that they have a special connection with their pets, and that their pets know just how they feel and what they're thinking. However, a new study reveals that this "connection" may not be so exclusive after all.
New research suggests that the domestication of dogs might have built on a pre-existing ability of wolves to learn from humans.
A new study reveals that scorpions tend to use their strongest weapon when under attack.
Humans aren't the only well-mannered species. A new study reveals that marmoset monkeys also know how to engage in conversational etiquette.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.