2016-12-06T11:01:18ZChimpanzees are second only to humans in the variety of tools they use and the innovative ways they employ those tools.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZWhat can you do to help protect wildlife? Here are 10 useful ideas, ranging from keeping your cat indoors to throwing away your bug zapper.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZNewts and salamanders are slender-bodied amphibians, with a long tail and usually two pairs of limbs.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZA slideshow of the most notable animals inhabiting the Amazon River Basin, including toucans, sloths and piranhas.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZDon't be fooled into thinking these legless amphibians are snakes. They are closer kin to frogs and salamanders than to any scale-covered reptile.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZFish, corals, molluscs, echinoderms, sea snakes, sponges, birds, and mammals all make their home on the Great Barrier Reef. Here's a look at the most notable animals of this famous marine habitat.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZCarnivores, including dogs, cats, hyenas, and other mammals, are some of the most dangerous animals on earth. Here are 10 carnivore facts everyone should know.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZBarn owls are a group of owls that have a heart-shaped face, long legs and powerful talons. Barn owls are medium-sized birds with a large wingspan.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZThe Great Lakes is a chain of five large, freshwater lakes that are located in central North America astride the Canada-Unisted States border.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZExplore the fascinating world of frogs in this fact-packed guide to the most celebrated and farthest-hopping of all amphibians.
2016-12-06T11:01:18ZMeet the cats, a remarkable group of carnivores that include some of the world's most nimble, efficient, and formidable predators.