It took five top-notch doctors and a risky surgery, but a heart patient in Mill Valley is on the road to recovery. But this patient apparently has nine lives.
As if this circular silver and orange fish wasn’t strange enough, researchers recently discovered it also has warm blood, giving it a unique advantage.
Pacific killer whale females were more likely to lead the groups than males, and the older females were more likely to lead when fish were hard to find.
Veterans coming home from war are finding that dogs are one of the best ways to cope with PTSD. But the dogs are very expensive to train and are currently not covered by the Veterans Affairs.
Take a Mission District Food Tour or make it a sleepover at Chabot, maybe see Bryan Adams at Shoreline are just some of the things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Two bear cubs who spent the winter fattening up rather than sleeping in were released at the Hoopa Indian Reservation near Eureka on Thursday.
Beagles and their owners have been regular visitors to the state capitol in Sacramento to support AB147, a bill that would require publicly funded labs using dogs and cats for research to put healthy ones like Riley up for adoption rather than put them to sleep once the research is over.
An owl rescued by California Highway Patrol officers in Santa Rosa is recovering Monday morning.
Bay to Breakers, animals, safaris, water park adventures (yes, even in the drought), and amazing food are all things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Baboons are booming at the Oakland Zoo, but one still needs a name.