See the world through the eyes of nature’s fastest animal—the peregrine falcon.
Camera technology is revolutionizing the study of animals—without them even noticing.
The images confirm the species, which has been “lost” to science for 29 years, is alive and well in its native Vietnam.
The relationships these winged mammals forge in captivity are strong enough to survive the jarring transition back into the wild.
Researchers aren’t sure how these birds maintain this deafening mating ritual without damaging their hearing.
Saharan silver ants don’t have the longest limbs. But they make up for it with a sprightly combination of fast pacing, light-footedness, and synchronized stepping that effectively turns their six legs into two.
A new analysis predicts that 3,196 animals will join the 5,579 already snared in the global wildlife market.
They’re not as aloof as some think.