A different way of thinking and working with bees may help us survive on a damaged planet.
Evidence from our closest evolutionary relatives suggests that we might not be the only animals with a sense of gender identity.
Throughout North Carolina, more and more farmers are choosing to raise free-range pigs and sell pasture-fed pork. Will that solve the problems caused by industrial meat production?
An anthropologist spent two years studying care at chimpanzee sanctuaries in Cameroon. She left with a deeper appreciation of how human contact, though necessary to rehabilitate and heal rescued wildlife, can also leave lasting scars.
An ancient Arctic site suggests a complex relationship between humans and dogs.
Archaeologists are tapping cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology research to figure out how our ancestors began making figurative art.