For the first time ever, fish are photographed using tools.
Posts Tagged ‘tool use’
Ravens are not only intelligent, they’re also sneaky…
Exciting archaeological discovery on California’s Channel Islands yields clues to America’s early seafarers.
A discovery of stone tools in the United Arab Emirates could provide evidence that modern humans left Africa earlier.
New research suggests that young female chimpanzees treat sticks like dolls.
The Academy’s Zeray Alemseged reveals his latest discovery—human tool use dating back to 3.4 million years ago.
The octopus is widely regarded as the world’s smartest invertebrate, and a new study adds evidence to that claim.
Researchers are finding that crows use complex reasoning to obtain food with tools.