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These birds know how to work it! These species have feathery 'dos that would make any '80s TV star jealous.
The mystery of the elusive Spinosaurus is explored in a special from 'Nova' and National Geographic.
A developer had planned to build 3,500 homes near Texas' Bracken Cave, but a group of conservationists purchased the land to create a buffer zone for the animals.
Some salamander species can grow to be much larger than you'd expect. That's true for this marbled beauty, too.
Even the most die-hard animal rights activist has to admit that sometimes, animals can be jerks. Check out a few good examples here.
Depending on the species, there are different names for different groups of animals. Some of these names can get pretty weird!
Spider webs are amazing works of art and architecture. But why do spiders bother to make their webs so pretty? It's a case of form increasing function.
If the animal is confirmed to be a gray wolf, it will be the first sighting of the animal in decades.
Even if you're arachnophobic, it's hard not to appreciate the performance of a peacock jumping spider.
Conservation photographer Robin Moore went in search of frogs thought to be long extinct. Sure enough, he found some.
In support of National Save the Bats Week, director Zack Snyder and the cast and crew of 'Batman v Superman' promote bat conservation.
Dragonflies, fruit flies, damselflies and horse-flies all have one thing in common: Their colorful eyes are fascinating!
Hiding under everyone's nose in the most populous city in the U.S.A., a beautiful new frog species has been discovered.
After observing countless people getting close to wild bears to snap photos with them, the U.S. Forest Service asks visitors to South Lake Tahoe to cool it.
With 1,000 tortoises living and breeding on the island, researchers believe that no further human intervention to save the tortoises is necessary.
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