More than 55 earthquakes have struck off the Oregon coast, but the swarm is not likely to trigger any danger to those on land.
Taiwan is racing to contain an outbreak of invasive cane toads, which likely escaped from a black market breeder.
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A "creative sweet spot" may exist in the brief moments you spend in a little-known early sleep stage, according to a new study.
The modern crocodile can breathe while most of its head is submerged because of specialized airway adaptations, which scientists can now trace to the Jurassic period.
Black widow spiders are several species of arachnids in the genus Latrodectus that are known for the females' striking appearance and rumored tendency to eat their mates.
An investigation into a recent collision involving a nuclear-powered U.S. submarine has revealed it hit an unmapped seamount in the South China Sea.
Here's a look at the differences between deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning, with examples of each type of scientific reasoning.
Lions, wolves and great white sharks have no natural predators, except humans. Does that mean humans are at the top of the food chain?
The artificial intelligence company DeepMind has teamed up with mathematicians to generate new conjectures in pure mathematics.
Reference Faraday cages are protective enclosures that prevent electromagnetic radiation from entering.