Hoofed animals are generally herbivorious and very diverse. Learn about antelopes, cattle, deer, pigs and sheep.
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How Polar Bears Work
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Marmosets Are Tiny, Upper Canopy-dwelling Monkeys
Why Do Gorillas Beat Their Chests?
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World's Largest Wolves by Weight: The Mighty and the At-Risk
The Pink Fairy Armadillo Is as Mystifying as Its Name
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The name dik-dik comes from the repetitive 'dik' sound the tiny female dik-dik makes when she feels threatened.
Reindeer are, of course, best known for their main gig om Christmas Eve every year, but there's more to them than just their flying and sleigh pulling prowess.
Clearing land with goats rather than machinery is eco-friendly, effective and adorable.
Llamas and alpacas are very similar animals, but the differences in personality are striking.
Rhino herds defecate in giant, shared dung piles called midden, then they stick their noses in the stuff. Here's why.
In research that showed intentional expressions of desire, horses have been added to the short list of animals that can use symbols to communicate with humans.
Can you tell one species of giraffe from the next? We've got some pics to help you out.
For some horses and ponies, Diet Coke can be a literal lifesaver.
Late-stage albinism? Disastrous paint spill? Marty McFly in giraffe form? Maybe the African mammal just has something in common with Michael Jackson.
Groups of European bison make movement and grazing decisions by popular vote, choosing to follow or ignore potential leaders' suggestions.
Named after U.S. zoologist W.H. Dall, dall Sheep is an agile creature is also called the white sheep.