Pranks of nature, extraordinary animals, surprising animal behavior, and utterly fantastic animal stories
Camels are surprisingly swift, reaching running speeds of around 40 mph.
We’ve got to hand it to the fish. We really do. They’ve done a lot for us.
From wood ants to tiger salamanders and great white sharks, some species see little difference between peers and prey.
Could it be that Pablo Escobar inadvertently helped his country’s environment by introducing ‘cocaine hippos’ to it?
Weird, yes. But not at all uncommon. It’s a fact: Pigs eat people.
Rumors about their voracious appetites are greatly exaggerated.
This golden retriever traveled 60 miles and crossed a river to return to her home… which her and her family moved out of two years ago!
These carnivorous plants are pickier eaters than you might imagine.
University researchers say that sabertooth tigers scaled around 1000 pounds!
These particular pitcher plants get between 57 and 100 percent of their nitrogen from shrew feces!