Bats often get a bad rap for being scary, nighttime flying creatures, but to know a bat is to love a bat.
Bats calculate where their prey is headed using their echolocation abilities.
The finest silk wrapping can keep females occupied for just long enough.
The mega-mawed spider appeared to use the water to reconstitute dried-up food.
The intelligence of crows is nothing to squawk about.
The chimps may be using insects as a kind of medicine.
The aerial acrobat is less than half a millimeter long.
The kunga, a highly sought-after technological advance in Mesopotamia, may be the oldest known hybrid animal bred by humans.
Study suggests the dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as MRSA first evolved naturally.
Researchers hope the tiny moth ears could someday inspire improvements to cell phones and hearing aids.
A newfound millipede with 1,306 legs has the most legs of any known animal, researchers say.
The genes involved in hydra regeneration and development could offer clues about immortality.