If you're the kind of person who enjoys a cute animal video, you may have encountered ones of the slow loris, a small, nocturnal primate with big eyes and an expressive face.
Discovery Channel's Life Story is a documentary that focuses on, well, the life stories of various animals, grouped around a particular theme each week.
With Jurassic World hitting theaters, you'd think more people would have second thoughts about reintroducing historical creatures to modern worlds.
Good things come in small packages, and this deer fawn proves that cuteness absolutely thrives in miniature form.
Earlier this week the body of a 15-ft. oarfish – a creature casually known as a sea serpent – washed up on the shore of Santa Catalina Island in California, reports CBS News.
Oarfish are a rare sight on land or at sea, because the swimmers live in the depths of the ocean, spending time 3,000 ft. below the water's surface. It's not known what caused the death of this specimen, or what made it wash up on the island.
Yeah, we realize how that headline sounds, but the reality of this story is every bit as weird.
In what is obviously, indisputably the most important birth of 2015, the Kansas City Zoo's 27-year-old gorilla, Makari, gave birth to a baby Western Lowland Gorilla on Monday. It marks the zoo's first gorilla birth in 40 years.
More like King of the Bungle. (This and other lion puns brought to you by LionPunz, our forthcoming app.)
Does this parrot have a potty mouth?
A neighbor in Tracy, California, says yes – and she's pretty upset about it. Jennifer Baca told NBC affiliate KCRA that the bird, named Rula, is repeating the Spanish curse word for "prostitute" and that her grandchildren have started using the R-rated phrase.
Zach Spurlock was out scuba diving in the waters around Port Canaveral, Florida, fishing for lionfish for his friend's restaurant, when he happened to notice a great white shark calmly swimming in the water nearby.