While hunting, Weddell seals have biological adaptations that allow them to dive deep, as much as of hundreds of meters, but also an uncanny ability to find the breathing holes they need on the...
Despite having half the land area of the contiguous United States and double the population density, Europe is home to twice as many wolves as the U.S
The rarest and most endangered marine mammal in the world could go extinct in four years without stepped-up enforcement measures, new research suggests
Maybe they want to sing on Broadway.
Scientists have found that, contrary to what many people think, killing wolves does not always reduce attacks on livestock.
Earlier this month, tragedy struck the San Francisco Zoo when Kabibe, a 16-month-old gorilla popular with visitors, was crushed to death by an electric door during a routine night transfer in the...
Human thoughts can be used to turn on genes in mice, new research suggests
Thousands of years ago, a wildcat first started lingering on the outskirts of a human camp, perhaps to eat the mice living in people's granaries.