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This little guy needs some warmth, stat!
From dogs and cats to hedgehogs and hummingbirds, the animal kingdom is full of noisy sleepers.
The Alaskan moose is also known as the giant moose, and for a good reason!
Luckily for us, 2 good Samaritans filmed their rescue of a chubby prairie dog that was having a hard time escaping from a narrow tunnel in the road.
Researchers discovered that bichir raised on land took to walking with more grace than those bichir raised in water.
The common pheasant's success story is best told by hunters.
Spiders find a niche and stick with it when they hang out with spiders they know, but become less consistent among strangers.
The last passenger pigeon died Sept. 1, 1914, making this Sept. 1 the 100th anniversary of the species' extinction.
These predatory insects might just be a cicada's worst nightmare.
Some animals go to great lengths to warn off predators, and this little caterpillar is no exception!
Unprecedented slow-motion video shows what happens when a jellyfish injects its venom.
Pikas are sensitive to shifts in temperatures and their movements are considered a reliable indicator regarding global warming.
The U.S. Copyright Office recently ruled that photos taken by animals belong in the public domain, but photographer David Slater argues there's more to his 'monkey selfie' than meets the eye.
Scientists are trying to determine why hummingbirds have kept their sweet receptors when the rest of their winged cousins have lost them.
Rats aren't universally loved by humans, but they are using their keen senses to detect land mines and recognize tuberculosis in samples.
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