Humans love cats, but the furry felines are stone-cold killers
Miners digging for gemstones found something entirely different last month; the fossilized remains of an ancient sea monster.
Yellow jackets in Alabama may be in the midst of a colossal craze; they're making humongous "super nests" that can house 15,000 worker wasps, according to an entomologist there.
Scientists who tracked the young female were astonished by how fast the little fox traveled from Norway to Canada.
After 30 years of hunting whales in the name of "science," Japanese whalers can now kill whales in the name of profit again.
For only the second time in history, researchers have recorded footage of a live — and very curious — giant squid in the pitch-dark depths of its salty, deep-sea home.
Some people can sit outside all summer long and not suffer from mosquito bites. Others turn into an itchy mess despite bathing in DEET and never leaving the purple glow of the bug zapper. What gives?
The creature survived the crash and wandered dazed in circles around a highway exit in Tallahassee before a trapper turned up.
When Australia got too hot and dry, which killed off forests, these woodland creatures decided to live underground.
Belugas and narwhals can apparently breed. Scientists have confirmed the only known specimen of beluga-narwhal hybrid.
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