Bizarre life hacks.
Will put the photos of that kitten you bought to shame.
Authorities say they located the first of the three stolen monkeys after receiving an anonymous tip.
Froze fish into the ice, which was a bit much.
Just how did the producers of Planet Earth 2 capture the footage of the Iguanas and the snakes? Or what about those astonishing shots of hummingbirds in the jungle? We've been finding out.
A brutal yet jaw-dropping series of endless death and danger, last night's episode of Planet Earth 2 and 2016 have a lot in common.
On Saturday, the Netherlands annihilated 190,000 ducks in response to an avian flu outbreak, an epidemic that’s broken out throughout much of Northern Europe.
Including DJs and people in costumes.
A 95-per-cent-complete skeleton that was painstakingly assembled over the course of 40 years has sold to an unnamed private collector for a whopping £346,300.
After some harrowing scenes on last night's Planet Earth 2, we've decided to ask an actual scientist why wasps are evil.
Laugh if you want, but given the impending implosion of American climate policy, seabird stool may be our last, shitty hope.
Damn. Mantis shrimp are crazy. They can strike prey as fast as a .22 calibre bullet, but this other stabbing technique some mantis shrimp use to kill is scary dark.
Smaller than a matchstick, these creatures are as strange as they are adorable.
The BBC's astonishing new nature show continues to provide jaw-dropping scenes of animals doing ridiculous things. Here's our favourite moments from last night. It including dancing bears.
All hail the Brazilian free-tailed bat, which has just claimed a new flight speed record for all mammal-kind.
Hidden ivory stockpiles are not the problem. Freshly slaughtered elephants are, and now, science can prove it.
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