Posted February 16, 2017 by Rebecca West

Honey has long been known for its medicinal properties in fighting bacteria. Now, it seems Scottish heather honey might be the answer to veterinarian applications.

Posted February 16, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

When you think of NASA's Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral in Florida you tend to think of science and technology not of alligators and other wildlife. What most people don't realize about the facility is that, being located on Merritt Island, it is also a National Wildlife Refuge. Of Merritt Island's 140,000 acres, Kennedy only takes up about 6,000 acres. This makes for a tricky balance between nature and space science.

Posted January 29, 2017 by Creature Features

Swifts may be swift but bats beat 'em hands, er, wings down, according to a scientific study that shows those furry mice can go like bats outta hell.

Posted January 22, 2017 by Creature Features

A female Port Jackson shark from Australian waters sees professional diver Rick Anderson as a friend, not a meal.

Posted January 19, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Images of what appear to be ladybugs infesting dogs' mouths have been circulating around the internet for a couple of years now. The truth is that they are not ladybugs but an invasive beetle known as Asian Lady Beetle, among other names. These bugs were  brought into the U.S. in an attempt to control aphid populations. Now some dogs are getting the downside of these bugs.

Posted January 18, 2017 by Kitty Devine

Most of the time when you receive a heart-shaped box it means a cardiac-stopping load of candy. Change that up this Valentine's Day with this massively weird and adorable Giant Microbes Heart Warming Box.

Posted January 17, 2017 by Creature Features

A new species of gibbon discovered by Chinese researchers in the lush tropical rainforest of southwestern China has been named after iconic Star Wars character Luke Skywalker.

Posted January 6, 2017 by Ron Callari

It’s like the Jurassic Park meets Westworld in a unique cinematic project that is being commandeered by TV broadcaster and naturalist, Sir David Frederick Attenborough. Next year, a new BBC natural history TV documentary will let loose hyper-realistic animatronic spy creatures to go undercover in the wild. As a first-of-its-kind behavioral exploration, man is going where wildlife has never gone before.