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Watch It Again: Nature’s The Elephant and the Termite

An entire community of creatures calls the waterhole their home.

By Christina Zeiders

Scientists discover animals feel emotions just like humans

In recent studies, scientists have discovered that animals feel empathy, grieve, and seek joy just like us. Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, author of National Geographic’s October cover story on this topic, joined us on Thursday’s Smart Talk to provide some insight on scientists’ findings about animals’ emotions.

By Aniya Faulcon

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What is rabies and how can one protect themselves and animals from it?

Aliza Simeone, Veterinary Medical Field Officer for the PA Dept. of Agriculture said, rabies is a virus that can infect mammals and can spread in their saliva and get it into other animals by biting or getting their saliva into a fresh, open wound or mucous membranes like the eyes.

By Aniya Faulcon

How can one train a dog, breed dogs, adopt, and pick the right dog for their family?

According to the American Kennel Club there are a total of 200 dog breeds; with so many options many people don’t know which breed to pick that will be the best fit for their family. After purchasing their animal owners tend to struggle with the training process.

By Aniya Faulcon

Why and how are scientists trying to de-extinct the Tasmanian Tiger?

Researchers in Australia and the United States are embarking on a multi-million dollar project to bring the Tasmanian Tiger back from extinction.

By Aniya Faulcon

Dive into the Ocean with Animals with Cameras

Get a first-person look at the lives of ocean creatures such as sharks, turtles and gannets.

By Fred Vigeant

The Elephant and the Termite

Nature continues its 40th season with a meet-up at the waterhole

By Fred Vigeant