An in-depth look at how humans can make their pets suffer — often, unknowingly.
… but if we keep on with the “business as usual” approach, things will be much worse.
Magpies? Check. Throwing orange balls at magpies? Check. Grated cheese? Check. I love this study.
Their blood is green due to a pigment that is toxic to humans.
If this is emotional blackmail. I’m not even mad.
The East Asian pet trade of amphibians needs to be halted at once, according to the researchers.
Birds, err, ants of a fellow flock together.
Marine mammals are a strange bunch, and the sea is a very unforgiving environment.
Large predators are reclaiming what was rightfully theirs all along.
The small shrew acts as a tiny cog in a very complex and special environmental mechanism.
This study might help scientists build a new generation of super-agile micro-robots.
It’s an innovative idea that could one day be instrumental in protecting elephants.
Shh, swim lightly — the animals can hear you.
Lifestyle so green it shows through its skin.
Adorable and resilient.
First whole-body CT scan of a minke whale yields insights on whale communication
These turtles were far more common than previously known.
“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”
There’s just too much plastic in the oceans.
The gesture has inspired thousands of people over social media.