A video captured in California showed two predators not just associating with each other, but looking a lot like friends.
Sixteen cats donned video cameras for a study so that researchers could analyze their every movement.
Officially, predation by wolves and mountain lions were the main cause of the collapse of the Selkirk herd in Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. But the trouble started with humans.
This doggy development made a splash on social media, where some observers welcomed it but others called it “canine racism.”
A salmon-gorging bear known as 409 Beadnose has won a battle of the bulge that has played out all summer at Katmai National Park and Preserve.
It took 165 years for an international team of scientists to finally probe this burning question: Would a sperm whale actually use its massive noggin as a battering ram to down a whaling ship five times the animal's size?
Across the nation, a small army of deer, elk, bear, turkey, fox and wolf dummies has been deployed to catch people who hunt in the wrong place, in the wrong season or otherwise illegally.