It took a park ranger, a team of three beekeepers, and a few fearless members of the public to corral the bees into boxes and try to free the queen.
Franco Luis Ferrada survived his alleged suicide attempt, but now two lions are dead.
It's an aquarium for humans.
He also tore spark plugs out of his boat and pelted the crocs with them.
Oh no we are out of carrots oh no oh no oh no.
The Morris Animal Inn includes a heated indoor pool, a gym equipped with canine treadmills, and chef-prepared treats.
In this short piece of fiction from one of America's most prolific writers, we head out on a drive with a family who finds three kittens on the side of the road.
This little Siamese cat is 30, which is longer than I hope to live for.
A new documentary, Angry Inuk, points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing indigenous practice.
An anonymous former employee claims that the cats were mistreated, stressed, and malnourished.
The use of kambo—the poison of a bright green frog—is on the rise as an alternative treatment for depression and drug dependency. But does it actually work?
Gators—they're just like us.
As indigenous reindeer herders die out, filling their shoes will be increasingly difficult, putting Canada's Inuit people at risk.
Dogs deplore us, and they despise their lives as our slaves.
Hedgehog experts weigh in on the pros and cons of human-hedgehog relations.
Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
We talked with some members of the "otherkin" community, meaning those who identify as another species—whether from Earth or myth.
Michael Hackenberger has stepped down from running the Ontario zoo but says he's innocent.
"Off he went," the aquarium manager said. "Didn't even leave us a message. Just off and went."
"Rambo likes to be hugged," says Mary Thorn. "He's a big hugger. If you hug him, you've made his day, or if you scratch him right under the chin, you've got a new best friend."
"I would be the first to cut my dog's vocal cords, but the government had to go and invent 'animal rights.'"
Couple Boudicca Rising and Tony Jenkins, along with others from an animal rescue group, have commissioned their own forensic tests on the cats that have turned up mutilated in their owners' driveways.
Then, Motherboard weighs the arguments against panda conservation and the Creators Project explains how virtual reality will change the future of storytelling.