Posted July 16, 2018 by Myra Per-Lee

Every horse becomes lame at various points in his life, so the horse world is always ready for a revolutionary drug. Is Arti-Cell Fortem the drug? It's just been approved by the European Union.

Posted July 13, 2018 by Creature Features

Distressing photos snapped by Sail Against Plastic show a mother polar bear and her two cubs chewing on plastic waste that washed ashore in Svalbard, one of Europe's northernmost islands.

Posted June 28, 2018 by Kitty Devine

Christmas may still be six months away, but if you have one or more nerds on your shopping list you probably need to get started really early so that you aren't drawing a blank in December. Let me help you out. One of these great Giant Microbes Gift Box Sets could turn you from zero to hero.

Posted June 8, 2018 by Ron Callari

It’s been long believed that one of the ways humans separate themselves from the animals is that we talk civilly to one another, and animals don't. Today's blog is written to debunk that theory

Posted June 7, 2018 by Laurie Kay Olson

Ask any gardener and they will tell you that animal poo is something natural that really helps your garden grow. There is a whole industry dedicated to processing and sale of animal manure. Even zoos have jumped on the zero waste bandwagon by wrapping their animal poop into a product known as Zoo Doo or Zoo Poo. In nature plants and animals have worked out some symbiotic relationships. Perhaps none of these is quite as unusual as that between shrews and a type of pitcher plant that is also known as the toilet plant or the toilet bowl plant.

Posted May 29, 2018 by Ron Callari

It’ll be raining cat-and-dog-owners after this news gets out. A new study might be barking up the wrong tree, but they're telling anyone — who will listen — that dogs get an A+ in the ‘smarts’ department.

Posted May 18, 2018 by Ron Callari

Do you remember the cult classic horror film, The Incredible Shrinking Man? It’s unfathomable plot focused on man shrinking in size, due to some nefarious chemical dispersed by a foreboding cloud.

Posted May 15, 2018 by Myra Per-Lee

Most research animals have never been outside of a lab. They've never been outdoors, seen the sun, walked on grass, gone for a walk, or even made it very far from their crates.