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PETA wants to erect a 10-foot tombstone along a Georgia highway in memory of the fowl that perished there in an auto accident.
Researchers previously relied on fossilized pollen to get a sense of the ancient Arctic, but new studies of fossilized poop have changed the picture.
Felines get a bad rap for killing birds, but U.S. windows account for up to a billion bird deaths a year.
This invasive species has no natural predators in Florida and will eat anything it can get its jaws around, including alligators.
New requirements for happier hens infringes on the interstate commerce protections of the U.S. Constitution, says Missouri attorney general.
The Oregon chub, a rare American minnow, would become the first U.S. fish to lose federal endangered-species status because it's no longer at risk of extinction.
A new fossil discovery traces the bizarre 'sucker-footed' bats back 37 million years.
Bees, like many other insects, rely on more than just their mouths to taste things and find nutrients they need.
Do you love watching the birds at your feeder and want to get better photographs of them? Here are great tips for building a perch and getting natural-looking photos of your favorite birds.
Arctic critters have no trouble gallivanting across the bitter tundra in the dead of winter thanks to snow-like camouflage and thick layers of fat, fur and feathers.
Video: Diners were enjoying a meal at The Lion Park near Johannesburg, South Africa, when a female giraffe casually strolled through the restaurant.
The mollusks' skin contains special light-reflecting cells that can quickly adapt to blend in to any environment.
The monarch butterfly has one of the most spectacular annual migrations on the planet. But scientists worry that the migration may be coming to an end as fewer butterflies make it to their annual wintering grounds.
A new elephant preserve hopes to host a 'near wild' herd with an eye to keeping them in shape and encourage breeding.
The creature likely led a life similar to a crocodile or alligator, including their diets.
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