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10/20/17 2:05 PM PST
A study conducted at Portsmouth University’s Dog Cognition Centre, tested why dogs use facial expressions and the results suggest for attention.
10/19/17 4:39 PM PST
German scientists discover a 76 percent decline in insect numbers after conducting a 27-year-long study
10/19/17 9:26 AM PST
The Brazilian government said Oct. 17 that deforestation in the country's Amazon has fallen for the first time in three years.
10/18/17 10:59 AM PST
A recent study suggests hippo are now being illegally poached with traffickers using their teeth as a substitute for elephant ivory.
10/17/17 3:04 PM PST
New research, published in the journal Southeastern Naturalist, reveals American alligators prey on four different shark species.
10/17/17 12:12 PM PST
On Friday, Oct. 13, dozens of panda cubs were shown off at the China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda in Southwest China's Sichuan Province.
10/16/17 4:16 PM PST
A tigress, which killed four people in India, was electrocuted to death Oct. 14 after she wandered into an electric fence designed to protect farmland.
10/13/17 2:02 PM PST
Experts say the east Antarctic colony of about 36,000 Adelie penguins has had a "catastrophic" breeding season and only two penguin chicks have survived.
10/13/17 10:37 AM PST
Radioactive boars roaming Sweden are deterring hunters, sparking concerns about the animal's population becoming too large.
10/11/17 10:45 AM PST
U.S. navy-trained dolphins will be deployed in the Gulf of California Oct. 12 to find vaquiitas, which will then be relocated to a sea pen sanctuary.
10/10/17 4:37 PM PST
Scientists recently confirmed that the tree lobster, an insect declared extinct in 1986, is actually still alive.
10/10/17 4:18 PM PST
A hunter was attacked by a moose in Newfoundland, Canada Oct. 7.