USDA Deletes Animal Welfare And Abuse Records
The USDA have deleted all animal inspection and abuse records from its website, urging a number of activist groups to take action. The agency claims that they are just ensuring privacy of certain individuals.
Taiwan To Implement Ban On Animal Euthanasia
Taiwan will be implementing a law which bans euthanasia in animals. This comes after the tragic fate of a veterinarian who euthanized herself.
Jumping Spiders Get To See In Color As Opposed To Other Arachnids
It has been discovered that a rare kind of spider species have the ability to see more colors than those of its kind.
Donald Trump Moth: New Species Of Moth With Weird Hair Named After Trump
A newly discovered moth was after the 45th US President. The Donald Trump moth has yellow scales on its head which resembles Trump's hair.
Chronic Wasting Disease: You Might Want To Slow Down With Deer Hunting, Here's Why
As Gun Deer Hunting Season Has Once Again Been Opened Last Saturday, Experts Had Warned The Public To Be Cautious Of The Chronic Wasting Disease, But, Is This Another Disease We Have To Be Alarmed Of?
‘Your Name’ English-Dubbed Trailer Released For US, UK Screenings; Makoto Shinkai Awarded ‘Hit Maker Of The Year’
A new trailer of "Your Name" has been released for international screening while Makoto Shinkai addresses being compared to Hayao Miyazaki as he is awarded "Hit Make of the Year 2016".
Polar Bears Trap Russian Meteorologists In Remote Arctic Post
Five Russian meteorologists were trapped at a weather station on a small island in the Arctic Ocean after polar bears swarmed the area.
Saber-toothed marsupial with bite weaker than a house cat was a deadly hunter
A saber-toothed marsupial called Thylacosmilus atrox lived in South America 3.5 million of years ago. Why was this creature, with a bite weaker than a modern house cat, still a deadly hunter?
Rare white-throated needletail bird killed by wind turbine as onlookers watch
A rare white-throated needletail, the fastest-flying bird in the world, was killed by a wind turbine in Scotland as horrified onlookers watched.
Lemurs steal food - will you be watching?
Lemurs will steal food from humans, but the ones from larger groups will tend to shy away if you are watching. This means that the animals in larger groups have a higher social intelligence. But what does that mean for primate research?
Poodle cat newest breed of feline discovered by science
A cat born in 1987 gave birth to a new breed of feline, called poodle cats, or Selkirk Rex. They are friendly, personable and have three layers of curly fur.
Odd couple shared 250-million year old nest
An amphibian and a precursor to mammals that co-habitated a nest, 250 million years ago, have just been discovered, making them an old, odd couple.
Moving away from cities and farms, animals seek cooler climates
Animals leave cities and farms in the search for cooler, more comfortable climates, a new study reveals.
Animals too, remember their past
A new study reveals that animals too, can compare the past with the present.