A Giant Discovery May 31, 2019

What’s black and white and fuzzy all over? It’s a giant panda, of course! Giant pandas were once an endangered species, but with conservation effo

Pigs And Ethics April 27, 2019

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, ethics is defined as a set of moral principles that govern a person’s behavior. Researchers have studie

Who’s Faster: A Cheetah Or An Ant? April 14, 2019

If you’re a fan of animal news, this story is for you. Do you know what the world’s fastest animal is? The Cheetah? Yes, it’s the fastest, and p

No More Horsing Around! April 14, 2019

Many sports feature both animals and humans, like equestrian, bull riding, and dog sledding. But unlike humans, animals can’t speak up for themselve

You Can’t Speak To Me That Way! March 15, 2019

Picture this: You and your teammates are playing a basketball game. You’re in the midst of an intense match when all of a sudden, two of your teamma

Man’s Best Friend Gets A New Home February 15, 2019

Here at Xyza, we love museums, but do you know what we love just as much? Dogs! That’s why when we heard that the American Kennel Club Museum of the

Not The Perfect Mate February 15, 2019

How do you help an endangered species thrive once again? Some might fight for policies to prevent people from poaching (or illegally killing wild anim

George Is Dead. Who Was George? February 7, 2019

A shy Hawaiian snail made news recently for being the last of its species. George, named after Lonesome George (the last surviving Galapagos tortoise)

Goodbye, Boo. January 25, 2019

With his sweet teddy bear-like face, and tiny fuzzball frame, it’s no surprise that those who encountered him often said, “Awe … how cute!” Li

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