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Category Archives: Animal Behaviour
While humans have three color cones in the retina sensitive to red, green and blue light, birds have a fourth color cone that can detect ultraviolet light. A research team led by Princeton’s Mary Caswell Stoddard trained wild hummingbirds, like … Continue reading
(Note: This is a video series we filmed in 2018, before the current pandemic lockdown.) Adam visits the California Academy of Sciences to meet one of its Giant Pacific octopuses and chat with marine biologists to learn about octopus intelligence. … Continue reading
In nearly every corner of the Earth, ants wage war against each other. Their weapons are what nature gave them. Some have strong armour, deadly stingers or sharp mandibles. And then there is this tiny, and not very impressive ant. … Continue reading
What a good girl. Every morning, a very independent pooch named Eclipse leaves her house alone. She’s on a mission: get to the dog park located in the heart of Downtown Seattle. Over the years, Eclipse has become a favorite … Continue reading
Dog brains, just as human brains, process speech hierarchically: intonations at lower, word meanings at higher stages. Human brains process lexical meaning separately from the emotional prosody of speech at higher levels of the processing hierarchy. Dog brains can also … Continue reading
The largest pterosaurs like Quetzalcoatlus were closer in size to airplanes than birds. No flying animal alive today comes close to their huge size. So did giant pterosaurs actually fly? I went to see the fossil bones of the largest … Continue reading
Dani Rabaiotti is the co-author of a book that passes the smell test. It’s titled “Does It Fart? The Definitive Guide to Animal Flatulence.” A zoologist at London’s Zoological Society, Rabaiotti got interested in the stinky subject after her brother … Continue reading
When humans build a city, most species in the area tend to disappear. But there are some, called synurbic species, that are living their best lives in our concrete jungles.
Ever wonder what it looks like from a birds-eye-view? Hank explains they see more than you think!
Woman finds a baby bird on her porch and raises him until he is old enough to be on his own. Special thanks to Susan for sharing this story with us! If you’d like to share your awesome animal videos … Continue reading