What happens when you place spy cams all over the arctic in order to track polar bears? Well one might become a polar bear snack.
We also have news on a very well-endowed frog, rescue efforts in place for Japan's pets, barking dogs facing the death penal
Scientists at the Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans have made a genetic-breakthrough of the most adorable proportions -- successfully producing two endangered kittens via in vitro fertilization. With
Who says walking on four legs instead of two means you can't enjoy the holidays? No matter what you wrap up for your favorite animal lover (or fluffy pal), nothing compares to a warm snuggle from a loving pet. From cats and dogs to giraffes, elephants,
actual video here: BBC News
Tiger conservation hasn't really caught many breaks in the past, oh, three to four decades, but now it has: A BBC camera crew has taken footage of a 'lost' population of tigers living in Bhutan, at higher altitudes in the
Armed only with his gentle nature and uncommonly brave spirit, zoologist and animal behaviorist Kevin Richardson has managed to make some pretty wild friends. Eleven years ago, he had his first encounter with a pair of African lion cubs in captivity --
As they get measured and weighed at their public debut, four new white tiger cubs yowl and fuss like common alley cats whose tails have been stepped on, but the latest residents of the Serengeti Safari Park are among the rarest animals in the world.
House cats love to climb -- onto banisters, scrambling up curtains, across your shoulders -- but they're not the only felines with a passion for heights: Nature's biggest cats, the forests' most dangerous predators, also
Most cats like climbing trees -- as any fireman who's rescued a kitten can tell you -- but it isn't just your favorite domestic felines that use their claws to scale the bark: Their much larger cousins, like jaguars, cheetahs, lions, and tigers, also have
Talk about not getting your hands dirty. A Pontiac, Michigan, company sells a gadget called the Litter-Robot. No, it's not a consumer WALL-E. It's an electronic litter box that scoops the poop for you.Seven minutes after the cat is
When it comes to daring rescues, most news focuses on those acts of bravery committed by humans -- but the animal world has heroes too. The amazing feats on these pages -- from a lion saving a baby rhino, to a dog saving a cat, to a
It's not just humans that can develop superhero strength when someone's in danger: In the animal world, daring rescues are even more dramatic. From the viral video of one dog rescuing another from a busy highway to a hippo charging a crocodile to save an
The rich are different from you and me; they read the New York Times Home and Garden section on Thursdays, and don't seem to know that there is a recession. But they are beginning to deal with the concept of living with less,
Cats love cardboard boxes, any old cardboard box. So it takes some marketing skill to convince people to actually pay money for a cardboard box. Loyal Lux designs its cardboard box, which "distinguishes itself through its innovative design