Cute new pictures of baby olinguitos—a new mammal recently discovered in South America—have emerged.
Honey badgers, mongooses, civets, and other small carnivores roam Gabon’s forests, according to the first such survey of its kind.
The Web’s cuteness quotient has skyrocketed with pictures of a crib full of baby pandas—but why do we breed them?
A rare photo shows a cane toad with a bat in its mouth in Peru—find out if the bat got away.
Four new species of legless lizard have emerged from a railroad track, vacant city lots, oilfields, and even an airport runway, a new study says.
Penis bones offer the first hard evidence of how an extinct species of bear lived and mated, a new study says.
A tiny island frog makes do without an inner ear by using its mouth—a new hearing strategy not known before in nature, scientists say.
The devil’s in the details when it comes to fearsome new ant species described recently in Central America.
Talk about a helicopter parent—a newfound species of wasp rides on the back of a bigger flying insect to help its offspring, a new study says.
Watch out, Mighty Mouse: Scientists have found a new species of shrew with superhero strength and the oddest backbone of the animal kingdom.
New fossils of an ancient reptile with a knobby head and armored body have been found in Niger, a new study says.
In the new movie World War Z, a zombie pandemic sweeps the world. But what would it take for such a virus to arise?
The newly identified hot-pink slug is just one of nature’s rosy critters—check out a pink hippo, grasshopper, and more.
Filmmaker Anna Possberg talks about braving the Arctic elements to document the northern lights.