Man-made noise changes the way animals respond to danger – but prairie dogs have a surprising reaction.
Be thankful you aren't a male redback spider.
The answer lies in the history we share with our canine companions.
Older matriarchs lead elephant society. But they're also the primary targets of ivory poachers. When these socially critical individuals are killed, what happens to the rest of the group?
Noise pollution, whether on land or under water, can affect animals in interesting – and not always positive – ways.
Researchers want your canine's DNA to help unravel the connections between genes and behavior – for dogs and human beings.
They're the soil-builders that allow Africa's arid savannas to be lush grasslands. What do they do inside their huge mounds – and how does a collective mind allow them to do it?