Busybody environmentalists who know little to nothing about agriculture make statements like this: "The issue for agriculture is identifying the actors and creating levers for change." It's all about forcing you to change your behavior in a way
After his cat Orville died, Dutch artist Bart Jansen decided to give him a new lease of life ... by having him stuffed, attaching propellers to him and flying him around as a radio controlled helicopter.
Punching, and Kicking Chickens, Then Running Them over with Forklifts.An animal rights group has released graphic video that appears to show the mistreatment of chickens by Tyson Foods employees in Virginia, leading to at least two Animal Control inv
Study demonstrates rapid decline in male dog fertility, with potential link to environmental contaminants
When competitive runner Dion Leonard set out on the 4 Deserts Gobi March 2016, a 6-day foot race through China's largest desert, he couldn't have imagined that he would adopt – or rather, be adopted by – a stray dog by the finish line. Yet, t
Scientists have found birds are capable of sleeping in flight, according to a new study.
Researchers discover birds understand special calls made by honey-hunters to attract their attention
Almost two years after the firestorm that took place in Ferguson, Missouri, when a white police officer shot an unarmed black teenager and militarized police descended in a brutal show of force to quell local protests, not much has really changed for
When one of Kenya's oldest and biggest bull elephants was wounded by a spear he knew exactly what to do.
GiGi the owl made fast friends with her rescuer and greeted him with a hug after he returned from a trip.
Birds found to have more brain cells despite organ being much smaller
This is pretty sad.
Deep down in the ocean, 200 to 500 feet below the surface, lifeforms flourish where they shouldn't. Down here, little light penetrates, which is somewhat of a problem for solar-powered creatures like coral. Yet here, stubbornly, the reefs still spr
An injured elephant appears to be seeking out humans for help after it was shot by a poacher in an act which surprised Nick Milne and his guests in Zimbabwe, according to photographs.
In what is believed to be a world first, trainers from the Cincinnati Zoo have harnessed a GoPro on a cheetah, filming from its back as it took off at 60 miles per hour (100 kmh).
What's your name, Stud? Meet the world's most handsome horse, Frederik, whose lustrous mane changes style according to his mood and drives the fillies wild
After years of giant tricks and synchronized dances, the elephants at Ringling Bros. will perform in one final act Sunday.