Scientists captured footage of chimpanzees applying crushed bugs to skin wounds on themselves and others in their community.
Swarming honeybees can produce as much atmospheric electricity as a thunderstorm, a study found. The denser the cloud of bees, the larger the electrical field it can generate.
As their clutches of eggs near hatching, most octopus moms will abandon their brood and begin to tear themselves apart, even going so far as to eat their own flesh
A recent study found that eastern tree frogs with high melanin levels were more likely to survive Chernobyl than highlighter-yellow ones.
An elastic connective tissue from the snake's braincase, or skull, to its lower jaw allows Burmese pythons to open their mouths wide.
Researchers found that crows can distinguish paired elements buried in larger sequences, a cognitive ability known as recursion
A recent study revealed exactly how the spring-loaded mechanism in the males' legs works, allowing the spiders to spring upwards at speeds up to 2.9 feet per second.