Scientists have found one of the world's rarest chameleons again after fearing the species was extinct due to shrinking forests.
Big cats are found all over the world, from Alaska to China, and each one is ferociously unique. Here are the nine biggest cats alive today.
Pikas eat yak poop to help them survive winters at high altitudes on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in Asia.
American black bears are the smallest and most common bear in North America. They are highly adaptable, with a diet that includes honey and moose.
Suction in elephants' trunks is more powerful than scientists thought, about 30 times as forceful as the expulsion of air during a human sneeze.
Mustang horses roam freely across the western United States and are a symbol of pioneering spirit, but they aren't quite wild.
The animal kingdom is filled with stretchy mouths, from hamster cheeks to blue whale pleats, but which animal has the stretchiest mouth of all?
A months-long rescue operation transported the last of nine stranded giraffes to their new home in a mainland sanctuary.
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