Science

Rare & Ugly Assfish Goes On Display

The hideously ugly and bizarrely-named Bony-Eared Assfish lives in deep ocean waters where the sun don't shine.

Spidey Skills For Mankind: Slim To None

As much as that fictional superhero has occupied our zeitgeist for the last several decades, the science behind man acquiring the DNA of Spider-Man is extremely low, according to new research. A recent study announced by the University of Cambridge pointed to geckos as the largest animals able to scale smooth vertical walls.

3D Printer Gives Dog New Paws

Advancements in prosthetics for humans and animals have given a dog named Derby a new lease on life thanks to a 3D printer.

Studies Show Dogs Exhibit Prosocial Behavior When It Comes To Sharing

According to a new study, dogs may have the same prosocial behavior patterns as people and primates, man’s closest living relatives in the animal world.

Prosthetic Legs For A Cat! The Animal Video Of The Day!!!

By now we've all seen cats, dogs, and even pigs with little wheels in place of their legs.  But this prosthetic technique is rare--and seems to work quite well.

World's First Test Tube Puppies Make Their Debut

Through the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) the world’s first litter of puppies has been born, and they’re just as cute and bouncy as puppies created the old fashioned way.

Studies Show Marine Mammals Exhibit Happiness And Sorrow

Certain creatures are well known for their sensitive sides. Whales and dolphins have been studied at great length in order to decode their behavior, and they clearly exhibit signs of happiness and sorrow.