Scientists plan to develop a software tool to monitor the grunts of commercial pigs and determine when they need help.
Bats often get a bad rap for being scary, nighttime flying creatures, but to know a bat is to love a bat.
Bats calculate where their prey is headed using their echolocation abilities.
When hermaphroditic worms that usually self-fertilize are exposed to stressful high temperatures, they produce offspring that mate earlier than normal.
The finest silk wrapping can keep females occupied for just long enough.
The mega-mawed spider appeared to use the water to reconstitute dried-up food.
The intelligence of crows is nothing to squawk about.
An expedition uncovered a surprisingly large number of underwater life forms in the Arctic.
The chimps may be using insects as a kind of medicine.
Scientists found that squirrels extract nitrogen from their urea to make proteins.
Researchers used machine learning to identify and understand different fish calls.
The aerial acrobat is less than half a millimeter long.