The CDC is giving people a very good reason to wash their produce.
The first thing you notice about giant African land snails is that they're ginormous. The second thing is that they're not limited to Africa.
How many ice ages have there been so far? The same number of ‘Ice Age’ movies that have been released. (Five.)
The cephalopod is strikingly intelligent, but its most spectacular talent may be its ability to fully regrow arms lost to predators.
Our ancestors may have predisposed us to fear spiders, insects, and other many-legged creatures, but there's a lot more to it.
3D movies of shrimp were involved, too—all in the name of seeing if cuttlefish use stereopsis like we do.
After thousands of 'penis fish,' or fat innkeeper worms, washed up on the shores of California, one aquarium decided to give people an up-close-and-personal look at the phallic annelid via livestream.
'Urechis caupo' bears a striking resemblance to a specific part of male human anatomy, but the species is usually hidden underground. Something brought them to the surface.
Each fall, millions of migrating monarchs return to Mexico to wait out winter. The gathering makes Woodstock look like a business conference. Here’s how they get there.
In the video, the Deepstaria jellyfish hovers like a ghost before unfurling its billowing bell, giving scientists aboard the 'Nautilus' a rare look at the illusive species.
They make the adorable sound with their wings when they're startled. You can listen to them for yourself.
Wasps not only pack a sting. They can also exhibit a kind of logical deduction never before seen in invertebrates.