During the Second World War, scientists found that pigeons could be trained to guide missiles to their targets.
You're looking at the microscopic reason why geckos can stick to things without being sticky.
Elephants feel empathy just like humans do, and they enjoy hugs like we do, too.
Corvids (crows and ravens) are some of the smartest animals on Earth, and this video illustrates why.
Science magazine has named the naked mole rat its 2013 Animal of the Year. And not, we assume, for its looks.
One of the most efficient, effective predators in the ocean is, somehow, the seahorse. Turns out, these little guys are vicious.
An eagle flies over Chamonix, France, and you can go along for the ride.
The squid-derived substance might sound fishy, but its color and light manipulation properties may be the key to creating a real invisibility cloak.
These baby bunnies from Turkey have been genetically engineered to fluoresce green under a UV light, because science.
Photographing lions close-up just got way less dangerous, thanks to robots.