See the world through the eyes of nature’s fastest animal—the peregrine falcon.
When it comes to understanding the diversity of South American rodents, sperm might have a lot to say—if you’re willing to listen.
This family of peregrine falcons is taking advantage of urban Chicago's resources.
Learn the secret to making delicious stuffing that's not gummy.
The spines of the jumping cholla cactus slide in with ease, but they’re grueling to extract. You can thank their barbs.
Contrary to popular belief, a cat’s tongue is nothing like sandpaper.
These stocky, waddling marsupials have baffled researchers for years with their block-shaped turds—but a team of mechanical engineers is now sniffing out the science behind nature’s most deviant defecators.
The NOVA team in Antarctica visits Big Razorback Island, where a colony of playful seals give them an unforgettable experience.