Sure, one baby's tough. But what about two or more?
Scientists have discovered a set of caves in northern Cyprus where endangered monk seals have been breeding in secret.
Scientists have identified the earliest primates from tiny fossilized teeth, revealing that our ancient ancestors likely lived alongside the dinosaurs in North America.
They resisted the temptation to eat up the fishy snack knowing they could get a better one if they waited.
A rare Australian bee has been spotted for the first time since 1923. It was previously believed to be extinct.
A new study finds that cats, unlike dogs, will gladly accept food from people who are not nice to their owners.
Sightings of these spiders in the university's library basement prompted staff to close the library for two days.
In two new studies, researchers identified more snakes that disembowel frogs to eat their organs, a gruesome habit that was only recently discovered.
Scientists recently captured video documenting the first reported instance of a fish preying on a newly-hatched baby bird, in a flooded nest in coastal Georgia.
Whale watchers in Bermer Bay, Australia witnessed two pods of killer whales trying and failing to kill a young male humpback.
Black-and-white tuxedos may be the conventional dress code in the penguin world, but one dashing individual is breaking the status quo with an à la mode yellow coat.
The ancestors of vampire squid started trawling deep, oxygen-poor waters around 30 million years ago, a long-lost fossil rediscovery reveals.