Rings of stalagmites found in a cave in France suggest that our ancient relatives were surprisingly skilled builders.
The gorilla’s death at the Cincinnati Zoo was one of several in a week in zoos worldwide.
A revolutionary law of physics explains it all—sports and technology, air currents and population growth, migration and social hierarchy.
Rejected by her mother, Wattana had to learn from the humans around her.
In this week’s crime blotter: an auctioneer bust, a bird smuggling scandal, and seized Sumatran tiger parts.
If ever an animal needed rebranding, it’s the hyena—a strong, smart animal that's often misunderstood.
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