09 July 2014, 06:31 PM ET
A group of black swans were spotted catching some waves on Australia’s Gold Coast, apparently for fun.
09 July 2014, 05:43 PM ET
Satellites could be a promising tool for tracking Arctic wildlife on the ground, a new study suggests.
09 July 2014, 05:25 PM ET
A Northern anchovy school was the largest group of anchovies ever seen offshore of La Jolla in the last 30 years.
09 July 2014, 03:44 PM ET
A massive school of anchovies swarmed offshore of La Jolla, San Diego, on July 8, 2014. Scientists with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography swam with the silvery fish and collected samples for study. FULL STORY: http://goo.gl/4NpJe6
09 July 2014, 02:02 PM ET
Gorillas can turn on and off their musky, pungent smell depending on the social situation — in essence, communicating by scent.
09 July 2014, 01:19 PM ET
Seahorses don't neigh, but they do click when feeding or courting and growl when under threat, new research finds.
09 July 2014, 01:14 PM ET
Audio from long-snout seahorses have been recorded by researchers. Clicking sounds were recorded during courtship. Growling sounds were induced grabbing the seahorse and holding it in place under water.
09 July 2014, 12:48 PM ET
A new study blames the "long tail" for mass extinction of the amazing sea creatures called ammonites.
09 July 2014, 12:44 PM ET
Eighteen baby mountain gorillas were named during Kwita Izina, the annual gorilla naming ceremony in Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda.
09 July 2014, 12:30 PM ET
During the 2014 Kwita Izina, the annual gorilla naming ceremony in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, 18 baby gorillas got their names.
09 July 2014, 09:27 AM ET
The gait of a 410-million-year-old precursor to spiders has been recreated based on fossilized specimens.
08 July 2014, 07:01 PM ET
Gigantic sea scorpions that lurked in the ocean more than 400 million years ago weren't as scary as they sound, a new study suggests.
08 July 2014, 05:02 PM ET
Researchers have studied X-ray images of a 410-million-year-old arachnid (8 legged invertebrate) to recreate how they moved. FULL STORY: http://goo.gl/ImtdlA
08 July 2014, 03:31 PM ET
: Two new mammal fossils, including a never-before-described hedgehog, are the first mammals found at an Eocene fossil site in British Columbia. The fossils help fill in a gap in a time period known mostly from fossils in the United States and the Arctic.
08 July 2014, 03:30 PM ET
Two pipsqueak mammals have been discovered in British Columbia, revealing a tapir and hedgehog that lived along a lake during the Eocene Epoch some 52 million years ago.
08 July 2014, 02:00 PM ET
A single gene that controls male and female sexes in one organism evolved from a simpler precursor gene in a unicellular algae, new research suggests.
08 July 2014, 09:24 AM ET
A "world-class" dinosaur track site discovered within Denali National Park shows herds of duck-billed dinosaurs once tramped through muddy rivers in family groups.
08 July 2014, 09:16 AM ET
Dinosaur hunters discovered thousands of tracks from a herd of duck-billed dinosaurs, or hadrosaurs, in Alaska's Denali National Park. Here are images of the spectacular fossil find.
07 July 2014, 03:02 PM ET
The largest flying bird known to ever have lived has now been revealed, an extinct giant with a wingspan more than twice as big as that of the largest living flying bird. The bird, researchers say, is like something out of a fantasy novel.
07 July 2014, 03:01 PM ET
This extinct flier would've sported a wingspan of some 17 feet across, gliding through the skies about 25 million years ago and taking out prey with toothy projections from its jaw.
07 July 2014, 09:01 AM ET
The colorful and aggressive mantis shrimp evolved a new way to use a naturally occurring, biological sunscreen: The animals use this compound to filter light from their eyes.
03 July 2014, 10:41 AM ET
Kangaroos get around more often by walking than by hopping. And when they walk, four legs aren't enough, as these 'roos use their tails as a fifth leg to help them along.
03 July 2014, 07:16 AM ET
Kangaroos are the first known animal to use their tails as extra legs while walking, new research finds. The tail helps kangaroos push off and redirect the body mid-stride.
02 July 2014, 03:14 PM ET
The 'Walking Dead' and 'Fury' star want to change the negative perception people have about pit bulls. He sits down with the Humane Society's CEO Wayne Pacelle to talk about it.
02 July 2014, 02:58 PM ET
A newly discovered species of spider-hunting wasp has been keeping a gruesome secret: It stuffs the corpses of dead ants into the walls of its home. The new creature has been named the "bone-house wasp."
02 July 2014, 01:47 PM ET
A red kangaroo walks at the Fowlers Gap Arid Zone Research Station in New South Wales, using its tail as a sort of fifth leg.
01 July 2014, 07:30 PM ET
Lambs who experience early life pain may have more painful labors and give birth to unusually sensitive lambs, a new study finds. The research is one of many studies that find long-lasting effects of early life experience.
01 July 2014, 07:02 PM ET
Genetic analysis of hair samples thought to come from Yeti or Bigfoot sightings around the world actually come from known animals, a new study suggests.
01 July 2014, 07:00 PM ET
Fish can remember the location of food at least 12 days after last being there, suggesting they have longer memories than previously thought.
01 July 2014, 06:22 PM ET
A fishing spider; a golden-web-spinning spider; and some of the world's largest tarantulas are among the cast of arachnids on display for those adventurous humans hoping for a close encounter with these smart, eight-legged creepy-crawlies.
01 July 2014, 05:06 PM ET
An elephant's bladder can hold nearly 5 gallons (18 liters) of fluid, and yet, it can pee just as quickly as a cat. A new study reveals that most mammals larger than rats urinate for about the same amount of time: 21 seconds.
01 July 2014, 11:30 AM ET
New research suggests Chilean devil rays warm themselves in the sun at the surface then dive down to extreme depths in search of food.