Life in a honey bee hive is all about cooperating for the collective good.
New research suggests some dinosaurs buried and protected eggs in groups.
Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics for his groundbreaking work incorporating how humans actually behave into economic thinking.
Azteca ants are self-appointed protectors of coffee plants on Mexican plantations. But they have a lot to contend with from other insects.
Man-made noise changes the way animals respond to danger – but prairie dogs have a surprising reaction.
New study reveals competition can trigger mass evictions in even the most cooperative of animal social groups.
Noise pollution, whether on land or under water, can affect animals in interesting – and not always positive – ways.
Last week, a new frog capable of shape-shifting, was discovered. Though many other animals use camouflage, there are only a few other species known which can actually shift their shape.
Slow, lazy, stupid? It’s time to update your impression of the crocodilians. These animals are up to amazing things that we’re only beginning to observe and recognize.