Learn about animals, including the latest animal news, advancements in animal health research and animal photos.
Photographer Charles Martin snapped this incredible photo of an egret in mid-air at a wildlife refuge in New Jersey.
Follow these quick tips to survive an avian invasion, without hurting the bird.
Photographer Donald Quintana melts our hearts with cute photos of baby San Joaquin kit foxes, an endangered species trying to beat the odds.
The African fork-tailed drongo can mimic over 30 different calls of other species in an effort to distract animals. If one call doesn't work, they simply try another one.
Butterfly kisses on crocodile tears: An unlikely relationship has been discovered between gentle insects and tough reptiles.
These shelled reptiles take us by surprise with their wacky looks and surprisingly feisty behaviors.
The animal kingdom is full of creatures with amazing patterns and coloration. Can you guess the animal based on a close-up photo of its skin?
Not all of these animals are technically laughing, but they sure look like they're having a good time!
The key to inter-species organ transplants is genetically engineered to remove genes known to cause tissue rejection in humans.
Video: Scuba diver Jason Neilus gets up close and personal with a harbor seal near the U.K.'s Farne Islands.
On land, water or even in the air, these birds know how to woo potential mates with breathtaking displays.
By fitting these amazing insects with 3-D glasses, scientists hope to learn more about the evolution of 3-D vision.
Whether by fable, fairy tale or faulty science, there are many things we think we know about animals that are just plain wrong.
Researchers have captured video and audio that tells us much about the species and could one day lead to better anti-poaching technology.
Surprisingly, sloths' upside down living is actually a part of their slow-moving lifestyle.
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