See the world through the eyes of nature’s fastest animal—the peregrine falcon.
Even while still in their eggs, baby birds can hear their parents’ alarm calls. They then pass the message along to unhatched siblings so the entire clutch emerges aware of the dangers ahead.
A swine virus that appeared in the U.S. in 2013 has proven hard to track. But an algorithm might help researchers predict the next outbreak.
Good news for bugs that weigh less than a sesame seed.
Octopuses “think” with neurons so distributed throughout their bodies that sometimes the left hand literally doesn’t know what the…left hand is doing.
Their amazing sense of smell allows them to discriminate between quantities of sunflower seeds that human eyes would have difficulty telling apart.
To milk a horse, one must trick a mother horse—and trick her well.
Using its web as a “tool” to store and release energy, the triangle weaver spider lunges at speeds equivalent to a human sprinting at 1,700 miles per hour.