A new study shows that snakes can optimize their vision by controlling the blood flow in their eyes when they perceive a threat.
The Wildlife Conservation Society's Central Park Zoo is debuting a pair of snow leopard cubs (Panthera uncia). These are the first snow leopard cubs ever born at the Central Park Zoo and the second snow leopard birth at a WCS zoo this year. The cubs, a male and a female, born this summer, weigh about 30 pounds but are expected to reach between 65-120 pounds.
An animal health expert has developed a research approach that tackles two deadly infectious feline diseases at the same time.