Posted November 30, 2017 by Creature Features

Like most kids, an 18-month-old boy from southern India gets up to all sorts of monkeyshines. The difference is, his mischief-making involves a troop of actual monkeys.

Posted November 24, 2017 by Creature Features

A touchy-feely monkey with an equal-opportunity attitude shows off its awesome grooming skills by grooming a grateful pet puppy through a chain-link fence.

Posted November 24, 2017 by Ron Callari

Accents change from country to country, state to state and even city to city. But do our animals follow suit?

Posted November 17, 2017 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet Binti Jua, a female gorilla living at the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago, Illinois, whose name in Swahili means Daughter of Sunshine. She saved the life of a little boy who toppled into the gorilla habitat one summer day a number of years go.

Posted November 8, 2017 by Myra Per-Lee

If you don't like to laugh, don't read this blog.... This year's finalists for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards do not disappoint.

Posted November 6, 2017 by Ron Callari

We laugh and cry for a multitude of reasons, whether it takes a minimal amount of emotion or a lot of thought. The range is vast for humor. It goes at one end of the spectrum from the most benign action of making a silly face  — to the other extreme where jokes include linguistic puns and/or brain-teasers, which might involve satire or what some call the ‘thinking man’s humor.’

Posted October 27, 2017 by Creature Features

A rare albino orangutan recently rescued from a village in Borneo has been given a popularly chosen name – Alba – and a chance to live in a protected “forest island” home if enough people donate to support her cause.

Posted October 10, 2017 by Ron Callari

She’s been in the public eye for over a half of century. She is loved by humans the world-over, and most likely as many chimpanzees [if not more.] She’s our real-life Dr. Doolittle, as she was the first to teach us that our closest cousins on the evolutionary ladder are more like us than previously believed.