Unprecedented video shows a male grey seal using its flippers to produce a loud sound underwater. Scientists say it could be a previously undocumented form of communication, in which the seals are using the sound to attract mates or ward off rivals.
New research suggests rats are capable of learning to play hide-and-go-seek with humans — and they appeared to legitimately enjoy the game. Rats, as this new research demonstrates, just wanna have fun.
A new experiment in which bees were trained to associate symbols with numbers suggests we can communicate with insects in ways not thought possible.