A new (and free) bird call identifier app from Cornell identifies the sounds of 400 bird species, in real time.
A new study finds that because mongooses don't know which offspring belong to which moms, all the pups are given equal access to food and care.
A new study finds that mice-based Alzheimer's research papers that don't mention the word "mice" get 31% more media coverage.
A new study finds that results on a dog personality test tend to change as dogs get older: they become less curious, but also more attached.
A new study finds that a tamarin will use the "accent" of another monkey species when it enters their territory, to help avoid conflict.
A new study finds that knowledge about how shade-grown coffee can help save bird habitats is not getting through to enough people.
How can you stop your cat from hunting wildlife? A new study shows cats hunt less when their owners give them lots of meat, and play-time.
Dog diabetes: a new study finds owners of a diabetic dog are 38% more likely to have diabetes themselves. This was not the case with cats.
A new study finds that cats and dogs living together can get along without much conflict, despite their (very) different temperaments.
A new study shows that having a pet acts as a buffer against psychological stress.
Are baboons friendly? A new study finds that male baboons who have close female friends have higher rates of survival than those who don't.
A new study on the benefits of pets for teens finds that teens with pets spend less time alone, and feel a greater sense of community.
Are donkeys smart? Donkey intelligence is a real thing, and measuring it better might save them from extinction.
Researchers in Spain and the U.S. have come up with a test that measures donkey intelligence, which may help to breed donkeys with the traits that humans consider most useful.