Each week we find the most interesting and informative articles we can and along the way we uncover amazing and cool images. Here you'll discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.
Last week, a new species of spider was discovered and named in southeastern Brazil. This new species of harvestman is unique in that it is eyeless.
Glorious Milky Way:
An astrophotographer captured this amazing image of our home galaxy over part of Yellowstone National Park.
What a cute dino face!
In 2007, the skull of a new dinosaur was uncovered in Montana. After examination and naming, the new species has been named as a link between hadrosaur species, helping paleontologist understand the evolution of the group.
A new photo contest, created by the Royal Society, London, to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, aimed to bring a new perpspective to animals we may live around, such as the above pictured tadpoles.
Through their eyes:
The new contest highlighted unique images enlightening the world to how creatures behave, like how intelligent they can be, as seen above.
NASA released this false-colored image of Pluto to point out the variety of geography on the dwarf-planet.
[Full Story: Pluto Goes Psychedelic in Brilliant New Photo]
A study conducted over the last five years appears to have decoded a few "words" of panda language. The researchers have identified 13 different calls communicating things such as interest in mating and when they are stressed.
[Full Story: How to Flirt in Panda: Bears' Squeaks Decoded ]
Archaeologists in Israel uncovered a beautifully detailed tile mosaic during a construction project in 2014. The design contains several animals but no religious or human forms.
Researchers have been developing "RoboBees" with hopes of using them for everything from pollinating crops to search and rescue missions. The technology that will enable these tasks, laser eyes, will also be useful in furthering hands-free technologies.
[Full Story: 'RoboBees' with Laser Eyes Could Locate Disaster Victims]
A recently published study revealed never-before known mating rituals for a colorful bird from East Africa. The blue-capped cordon-bleu performs a fast-stepped tap dance to win over a mate./p>
[Full Story: Songbirds' Invisible Tap Dance Makes Good Vibrations]