Many people laugh when they hear about animal technology and point out that they cannot type. This doesn’t stop many humans from using it so that shouldn’t stop animals either says Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas
Scientists hope using dogs could revolutionise how malaria is detected, enabling doctors to identify it quickly and without invasive tests
More than 100 councils have given people licences to keep a host of deadly predators
Each year at the break of spring, red-sided garter snakes in Narcisse, Canada, engage in an unusual ritual.
Local estimates suggest the snake is eight metres long - enough to beat the previous record held by Medusa, a snake of the same species
Hedgehogs have long been sold in Japan as pets
This Central American nation is one of the world’s most biodiverse, and it’s becoming even more accessible, thanks to new flights from the UK
The bloated pink creature was mistaken for an April Fools' joke
Tens of thousands of rabbits are abandoned each year
Males compete for sexual attention of females, which need to be picky about their mates because they generally look after any resulting offspring
The scientists made their discovery after studying the eyes of ants
Male spiders who wrap their partners up in web before mating with them have a better chance of surviving the encounter, a new study claims
'I've got a cat and a Jack Russell and it was bigger than both of those put together'
Warning: "the miracle of life is graphic”
The trio were rescued as cubs during a drugs raid
A wildlife montoring network found Malaysian dealers have been using Facebook to sell gibbons, sun bears, binturongs and orangutangs