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The smallest species of snake ever discovered lives on the Caribbean island of Barbados.
Scientists retool thinking about chimp innovation.
Jellyfish and other gooey marine creatures are showing up in new places, and scientists are trying to discover why.
Among certain finches, a lady bird knows when a gentleman bird is sending subtle messages in his calls—ones that people can't detect.
Not all jellies are jellyfish
Alligators use the muscles around their lungs in a surprising way—to help them move quickly and smoothly through the swamps and waterways in which they live.
Scientists are finding new ways to help stop poachers from hunting endangered animals.
The biggest encyclopedia ever, with an entry for every living species, is available now at a computer near you.
Scientists were surprised to find Antarctic krill lurking at the bottom of the sea.
Zoo designers work hard to make exhibits safe and enjoyable—for people as well as animals.
Climate change and warmer waters could threaten the survival of king penguins.
At least one type of whale hears by using its jaw and throat to bring sound to its ears.