Wednesday, November 05, 2014

World’s largest snake species has 'virgin birth'

Scientists call on public to help solve mystery of starlings' aerial displays

Gray Wolf Spotted in Grand Canyon for First Time in Decades?

6 Bat Myths Busted: Are They Really Blind?

Big City, Big Surprise: New York City's Newest Species Is a Frog

Conservation deal saves world's largest bat colony

So just how big is a coastal giant salamander? BIG!

What do you call these groups of animals?

'In Search of Lost Frogs': Photographer rescues frogs from oblivion

Near-extinct Galapagos island tortoises make comeback

These surprising facts turn giant anteaters from friendly to ferocious

This little owl has eyelashes like snowflakes

7 things you didn't know about wombats

10 super creatures trying to take over the world

Bear cub rescued from California dumpster

Barnacle gosling’s terrifying cliff tumble

From the bizarre to the gruesome: the animals born in the strangest of ways

Deer with 'Vampire Fangs' Spotted for 1st Time in Decades

Penguin robot helps researchers get close and personal

Common bird species such as sparrow and skylark facing decline in Europe

Whooooo said that? The distinct voices of owls

The week in wildlife – in pictures

European newts and salamanders at risk from deadly skin-eating fungus

Animal photos of the week

Watch: Sneaky lizard slaps leopard with tail

World’s largest snake species has 'virgin birth'

Which animals are nearly extinct?

The secret behind painting elephants...

Who would've thought: A STD vaccine could save koalas from extinction

8 of the world's scariest looking animals

The Daily Wild: Nature’s Most Incredible Creatures

This Sugar Glider Is Living Every Food Lover’s Dream

27 Mind-Blowing Facts About Animal Sex

14 Reasons Animals Are Better Than Humans

17 Bunnies Who Are Sick Of Your Games

8 Incredibly Weird Animal Facts

Listening with empathy

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