Noise from nature and humans influences birds’ song selection

Like iPod owners, baby songbirds also frequently shuffle their favourite tunes, according to a new.

Inner ear may shed light on ancient primate behaviour

CT scans of fossilized primate skulls or skull fragments from both the Old and New.

Gorilla mums use `baby talk` with infants

Mother gorillas use “baby talk” gestures to communicating with their infants, according to scientists

Offspring of older fathers may live longer

If your father and grandfather waited until they were older before reproducing, you might experience.

Great apes make much more sophisticated decisions than assumed

Chimpanzees, orangutans, gorillas and bonobos make more sophisticated decisions than was previously

Chimps warn their unaware friends about danger

A new study has found that chimpanzees are more likely to alarm call to a.

Chimps likely to warn groups unaware of dangers

Animals are known to sound alarm calls when predators are around, particularly when their kin.

World’s heaviest insect weighs 3 times more than mouse!

A giant insect, which weighs three times more than a mouse and eats carrots, has.

Spiders use chemical weapons to ward off invading ants!

Golden orb web spiders have an undisclosed weapon – a chemical repellent which they add.

Mother monkeys’ presence help sons find right girl for mating

The presence of mothers may help find and successfully mate with just the right girl.