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Animal News - 2016 Science and Zoology Articles - Live Science


Get the latest news and articles about animals from around the world. Featuring stories about animal births, new species, and other animal news.

Animal News - National Geographic News


Animals News from National Geographic News. ... These 7 Obscure Animals May Get More Protection From Humans. The future of these little-known species ...

Animals: Facts, Pictures, and Videos -- National Geographic Kids


Get facts and pictures of your favorite animals. ... Sun Bear. FIND OUT WHY THESE COOL ANIMALS LEAVE US TONGUE-TIED. 67837 ...

Animals News -- ScienceDaily


Animals in the news. Dogs ... and kangaroos. Read the latest research involving animals of every sort and description. ... Recommended Articles. Rainforests ...

Animal articles, quizzes, facts and much more - Sheppard Software


Animal articles, Animal games for kids, endangered species, wildlife information, amazing animal facts, learning games for kids, animal kingdom, animal ...

Animal News Articles - Vetstreet


From studies about animals to daring animal rescues to celebrity pets and more, we've got the latest animal news.

Animals - The New York Times


Commentary and archival information about animals from The New York Times. ... News about Animals, including commentary and archival articles published in  ...

Animals - Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology ...


MORE ABOUT: evolution, genetics, animals, unusual organisms ... MORE ABOUT: environmental policy, natural resources, animals ...

Recent Animal Behaviour Articles - Elsevier


Sep 13, 2016 ... Recently published articles from Animal Behaviour.

Recent Articles | Animal Behavior | The Scientist Magazine®


From detecting gravity and the Earth's magnetic field to feeling heat and the movement of water around them, animals can do more than just see, smell, touch , ...

Animals are multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia (also called Metazoa). All animals are motile, meaning they can move spontaneously ... More »