There are a whole lot of unsavory lifestyles in the animal kingdom. The pearlfish has to swim up sea cucumber butts to escape predation. All manner of birds must fly thousands and thousands of miles each year with the change of the seasons. And hyenas have to deal with giving birth through their six-inch-long clitorises.…
1. This Respect For Police Dog We read time to time heart melting stories of people helping animals. So here we come up with 17 of the best moments when people prove that they have heart of gold for helpless animals.
When you come home to a purr or wagging tail at the end of a stressful day, the sudden wave of calm you feel isn't just your imagination. Research suggests that your fluffy friend truly is good for your physical and mental health.
We've been looking for an alternative for petroleum-based plastics for years, and scientists might have found a solution! Dr. Carin Bondar joins DNews this week to talk about how we're now able to make plastic from the shells of shrimp!
The country's first cat café opened today in NYC courtesy of Purina One and cat enthusiasts came out in droves for the four-day pop-up. Below, a look at some of the cutest cats, cappuccino art and crazy people who love both.
Even cats could use a little therapy. Lately the headlines have been littered with fickle felines, like the Portland case where a family called 911 on their 22-pound puss, Lux, after the hissy Himalayan trapped them in a bedroom.
Daredevils swim and wrestle with wild alligators after rescuing them from Florida waters. The gators are considered to be a nuisance by the state of Florida - meaning they can be legally killed. But the kindhearted staff at the Everglades Outpost take in an average of around 200 'gators' a year
The bombardier beetle has evolved a cannon in its caboose, where chemicals mixed in a special chamber violently burst out of the critter in a boiling, noxious, pungent spray that can repel even the most daring of predators.