Learn about some of the strange and unusual facts and terms in the animal kingdom.
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Hammerhead worms are toxic but not particularly dangerous — unless, of course, you eat too many of them.
You probably like a lot of Animalia (that's the scientific name for animals), but how well do you know their formal monikers? Every animal has a two-part Latin name, with the first word capitalized, for classification purposes.
By Alia Hoyt
A zorse is one strange looking horse. That's because it's the product of a zebra stallion and a female horse.
The two words mean very different things and are often used incorrectly. We'll clear up the confusion.
We know dogs have been trained to sniff out everything from burglars to bombs. Now a group of researchers is hoping some savvy canines can help detect coronavirus, too.
More than 70 percent of pet owners play music for their pets so Spotify has created custom playlists just for your furry friends (and your favorite iguanas, too).
In some parts of the U.S., the woolly bear caterpillar's color bands tell how bad a winter will be – lots of black means a harsh winter. So, is there any merit to this folklore?
3-D printing is helping animals — both wild and domestic — recover from injuries that might once have meant euthanasia.
There's a four-legged security officer patrolling your airport and this canine is on a mission to find illegal fruits and veggies.