Naked mole-rats never cease to amaze. Recently scientists discovered that separate colonies have their own dialects and that naked mole-rats show considerable vocal flexibility and learning.Read more
Dogs cry from joy and we care. Tear production may be one of the tools in dogs’ arsenal to bond with humans and elicit care.Read more
Horses are sensitive to baby talk. It makes them more relaxed and friendly while grooming and helps responding correctly to pointing gestures.Read more
Egyptian fruit-bat mothers go out of their way to help their young acquire the skill of navigation. It is one of few known (so far) examples of teaching in animals.Read more
Long-tailed macaques at the Uluwatu Temple in Bali (Indonesia) are skilled robbers. But luckily, the monkeys are willing to return the stolen goods… if you pay them enough.Read more
Individual Galapagos sea lions differ in their foraging styles that affect their whisker lenght and sensitivity to water temperature changes.Read more
Do you use your hands when you speak? I definitely do that, but even if you don’t, you do sometimes use gestures to communicate – […]Read more
The answer is most likely “yes”. But you can’t be sure without checking for yourself. If you’re wondering how to do so without a teleportation […]Read more
Have you ever wondered how wild rabbits live?
I my opinion their lives are more interesting than the ones of their domesticated descendants.
Here is a little insight into it.