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 incredible photos and the stories behind them.
Giving History New Life
A toothless skull was all that researchers had of one of Scotland's oldest known Druids, but now they have something more: a wax re-creation of her face.
Stretchin' On Up There
Fish swam for their lives when they encountered a forbidding, ancient "monster" penguin that would have towered over today's largest penguin.
A team of biologists from the United Kingdom thinks that they've decoded the mystery of all the gray squirrels running around the United States with black fur.
A team of four NASA spacecraft finally caught sight of a phenomenon scientists have been hunting for years: an interplanetary shock.
[Full Story: 'Interplanetary Shock' Seen for 1st Time]
Reacting to the Soup
Why do some pulsars "glitch out" every few years? The answer could be in neutron soup.
In the past, the Carolinas were the sharks' destination of choice. But not anymore, thanks to Climate Change.
Ancient sailors courted adventure and risked death on the Aegean Sea, as shown in five 2,000-year-old shipwrecks and a giant, granite anchor pole found near the Greek island of Levitha.
A NASA camera designed to photograph meteors got a visit from a spider in the midst of a noted meteor shower.
[Full Story: Skywatching Spider Photobombs Perseid Meteor Shower]
A set of four new stamps created by the U.S. Postal Service highlight the fearsome and much-loved king of the Cretaceous — Tyrannosaurus rex.
Giant Goliath frogs actually build "nursery ponds" for their tadpoles.