Not only is the green blood unusual, but it's made of a destructive pigment that typically kills.
It turns out, chimps sleep in much neater nests than we do.
Researchers hope to learn more about how these animals jump several times their body length.
A deadly fungus has ravaged hundreds of amphibian species for decades, and now scientists finally know where it comes from.
If it can be applied to humans, it could help scientists understand abnormal brain conditions like autism and schizophrenia.
Researchers created an artificial embryo that could change the future of pregnancies.
Sound is as important as color to reefs, but the symphony has quieted.
Scientists are "miserable" over the demise of the 43-year-old arachnid.
Scientists discovered that the animals can not only recognize humans, but remember their expressions.
It's a matter of finely tuned body parts.
A successful first test on one of the ocean's threatened animals.
These octopuses mamas are awaiting bleak fates.
The mice helped the tiny organoids get nutrients, oxygen, and even start developing human neurons.
The newly-discovered species can rupture its abdomen and spray toxic fluid over unsuspecting attackers.
New York City, Boston and others are eager for a new weapon in the ancient war.
These usually solitary creatures are gathering in huge groups, puzzling scientists.
How much should we intervene when it comes to saving wildlife?
When danger approaches, it whips out its blade as a weapon.
IDA uses a motion-sensing device attached to a cow's neck to transmit its movements to a program driven by AI.
The current find is the size of a blue whale, and scientists are hoping for more.
Alf is the little squirrel who can wheel himself around now.
A long soak in the hot springs is rela for snow monkeys.
The Ayam Cemani is a black-on-black limited edition.
It's time to learn some fantastic facts about formidable flightless birds.
You know the one.
And no, it wasn't just wearing dorky glasses.