The 12-year-old said he had recently watched a video on how to behave if you run into a bear.
Hoping to gain superpowers like Spider-Man, three young brothers poked a black widow with a stick until it bit them.
Little Kitoko was bitten on the head, likely by accident when another gorilla tried to bite his mother, animal experts say.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo is asking for the public's help naming four new cheetah cubs.
As humans deal with the devastation of the novel coronavirus, an outbreak among wildlife has occurred in the U.S. which threatens the wild and domestic rabbit population along with their environments.
Congrats, Dr. Moose!
A ‘superpod’ of at least one thousand common dolphins convened off the coast of Laguna Beach, California, on May 16.
The family was off the coast of Maui on April 1 when they were met by the majestic creatures.
“He’s so forgiving. He’s a fighter.”
Sasha and Pimba, two resident kangaroos at the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, Central Australia, were not shy when greeting a pair of orphaned babied.
Nelson, a male Asian elephant, was born at the Houston Zoo, and had to be rushed into emergency surgery. The zoo team is cautiously optimistic that he will make a full recovery
An Australian woman spotted a massive python on her fence shortly after finishing her workout.
A University of Arizona professor captured video of a Wile E. Coyote vs. Road Runner situation and his reaction is all of us.
Most mothers will go to extreme lengths to protect their young, even if they're bears.
The dog-centric holiday is held the second Saturday in May, just before Mother’s Day.
PennVet says scent detection dogs will attempt to tell the difference between lab samples from COVID-19 positive patients and COVID-19 negative patients.
What do we know about how this new-found time with your dog might be affecting your productivity?
Dog really is baby’s best friend – as shown by a little seven-month-old boy in Louisiana who could not contain his laughter as he played with his two-year-old Labradoodle during lockdown.
Winston, a pug in Chapel Hill, N.C., was positive for COVID-19 after being tested as part of a Duke University study, according to local news station WRAL-TV.
These canines were still able to virtually communicate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.