The pearl dates back 8,000 years to the Neolithic period — the last stage of the Stone Age
A look at 4.5 billion years of Earth's history tells us that intelligence, including extraterrestrial intelligence, is unlikely to evolve.
It won't be long before we see the first woman on Mars, and she just might beat the first man there, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said Friday (Oct. 18).
A man ate a cupcake so fast he failed to notice that he had swallowed the cupcake topper, which said "Happy Mother's Day."
Gooey, sticky slime isn't just gross; it's crucial for the survival of a wide variety of animals and plants, many of which are featured in the new book "Believe It or Snot."
Head-bobbing might make pigeons look ridiculous, but there's a practical purpose behind this very strange display.
An elephant's seemingly final act after it was attacked by a crocodile was to collapse on top of the reptile, crushing the would-be predator.
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Los Alamos physicists want to combine two fusion-power techniques and finally harness the energy source that powers the sun.
Photos of delicate embryos, feathery mosquito antenna and a frozen water droplet were just a few of the standout images in this year's Nikon Small World microphotography contest.