There are many people who have had the experience of a heartwarming bond with wild animals that frequently visit their homes. One woman in particular, has gained a sweet new friendship with a family of crows—they even exchange gifts! When Tango Steinke moved into her home in Virginia, she realized that she had some noisy neighbors. A pair of crows nested behind her home and had made themselves rather comfortable.
A group of Ukrainian soldiers has found a new recruit in the form of a sweet stray dog.
Cat cafes are a purrfect way to enjoy the company of felines while you sip a tasty drink.
The start of a new semester of school is often filled with lots of new names, important assignments, and tedious details to remember—for both students and professors. But one university instructor likes to start off her class with a little bit of levity. To help her remember her students’ names, Dr. Marie-Amélie George started asking them to send in photos of their cute dogs doing the homework assigned for the course.
As the heartbreaking invasion of Ukraine continues, people are attempting to move to safety en masse.
Lying the farthest north of any of Japan’s main islands, Hokkaido is known for being the country’s coldest region.
In 2018, Google put their impressive artificial intelligence to use in a new way. People took selfies and uploaded snaps on the Google Arts & Culture app. The app then analyzed your appearance and found doppelgängers throughout hundreds of years of art history. Even celebrities jumped on the trend by posting their unlikely look-alikes. Now, your beloved pets can use the app with a new feature called Pet Portraits.
The end of life is a frightening prospect for most of us, and planning for the inevitable is hard enough.
Pet owners wish that their beloved furry friends would live forever, but they know that all good boys and girls...
Whaling is an ancient practice. Indigenous peoples have long hunted the giant marine mammals for food, blubber, and other resources. However, commercial whaling efforts to harvest blubber and baleen began in the 17th century and continued through the mid-20th century. By that time, wasteful over-hunting had pushed many species of whale close to extinction. Subsequent conservation efforts and the establishment of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) have since helped repair much of this damage.
In a world where our differences are often highlighted, a friendship between two baby animals shows what can happen when...
It's no secret that crows are clever.