'Proof' of little-known mass extinction found
A little-known mass extinction may have killed up to about 80 percent of all vertebrates on land about 260 million years ago, researchers say
Frills and whistles: Triceratops relative had bizarre head of horns
The 79-million-year-old bones of four pickup truck-size horned dinosaurs have been unearthed in Alberta, Canada, and the discovery reveals how the...
After sturgeon kills girl, wildlife officials re-emphasize boater safety
Wildlife officials are reemphasizing proper safety measures for boaters along the Suwannee River after the first sturgeon strike fatality in...
Physicist discovers fascinating detail about iconic WWII photo
The party started early on VJ Day.
Guy takes incredible photo of ISS flying by moon
All it took for Dylan O'Donnell to capture this image from his perch in southeastern Australia of the International Space Station (visible in...
Error in golden ratio at exhibit? Museum now says it's right
A Boston science museum that praised a teenager for catching a mistake in the golden ratio at a decades-old exhibit now says it wasn't an error...
Spidey senses tingling! Arachnids feel sex
Spider sex just got a little more interesting.
This Texas centipede is the stuff of nightmares
Chilopodophobes, look away.
Spiders, Ahoy! 8-legged critters can 'sail' over water
Spiders can dance on water like tiny ballerinas pirouetting across a slippery stage.
Bird mystery: Thousands disappear and abandon eggs, nests on island off Florida's Gulf Coast
Biologists are trying to find the reason thousands of nesting birds have abandoned Seahorse Key off Florida's Gulf Coast.
New Horizons spacecraft still on track for Pluto flyby, despite technical glitch
The New Horizons spacecraft is still on track for its historic July 14 flyby of Pluto despite experiencing a technical glitch on Saturday.
Man of War sightings add to East Coast shark jitters
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.