These beautiful animals are in imminent danger. Read on to find out more about them—and how to help them survive.
AirfareWatchdog and ThePointsGuy teamed up to review how different airlines handle traveling with a pet in the cabin. Here are their picks.
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People upload thousands of photos and videos on the internet each day, and internet users like and share the most interesting ones. But sometimes some of these viral shots turn out to b...
It’s our natural tendency to project our human traits and emotions onto dogs—until you see your dog rolling in the mud. You just can’t explain that, but these canine experts can.
Ever wonder why your dog immediately starts barking when you turn the vacuum on?
Statistics say we have already lost 43% of African lions and are on our way losing all the elephants within our lifetime because of poaching and loss of habitat. Luckily enough, there a...
From massive beasts to tiny creepy-crawlies, these creatures have a reputation for being killers.But they really aren’t all that deadly to humans when you crunch the numbers.
The planet is almost 25,000 miles around and 4.54 billion years old, and humans are still discovering some of the amazing secrets it’s hiding.
Unfortunately, our pups can’t learn spoken languages, so it’s about time we learn how they communicate.
The idea of encountering a moose or a deer on the highway as you drive at high speed is scary, to say the least. The poor animal crossing the road would be even more terrified in this s...
The world's deadliest animals aren't lions, tigers, or bears. This species is much more common—and it's thriving in your backyard. Oh my!
These beautiful marine mammals hunt, sleep, and raise their families on what’s left of the Arctic ice.
This is the horrifying moment 40 crocodiles took a zebra's legs and head off as it made a daring river crossing in Kenya's Maasai Mara.
The natural world is full of bright surprises, like these amphibian, insect, avian—and even mammal—species.