Experts predict that the island of Iwo Jima could be on the verge of eruption.
Scientists made the startling discovery by plugging radio wave observations into a brand-new computer model.
This is the first time that scientists have found a fossil of this type on the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana.
If the ice disappeared during the summer, many creatures that rely on it would be driven to extinction, scientists warn.
Wigner crystals have been theorized for more than 80 years, but this is the first time the elusive crystals have been captured in an image.
While authorities don’t know the cause of the otters’ aggressive behavior, they believe it could be a defensive reaction to dogs.
If the species is placed on the endangered species list, developers and farmers could incur legal liability for killing them.
How the Etruscans came to have a non-Indo-European language without being migrants from elsewhere remains a mystery.
Despite the remoteness of the island, the parasites are even better than their hosts at surviving — a feat researchers believe was accomplished through superior flying skills.
Discovered in 1853, the Epic of Gilgamesh caused a sensation through its telling of an ark that survived a great flood.
Physicists have created the first-ever atomic vortex beam — a swirling tornado of atoms and molecules with mysterious properties that have yet to be understood.
A new simulation predicts that the lost giants were dislodged by gigantic collisions and have wandered the outskirts of galaxies ever since.
Astronomers use the rings to study remote galaxies and to measure the masses of the objects that create them.
Hundreds of the cubes were lost in the chaotic aftermath of World War II. Now, the new technique could help to find them.
The centipedes hunt at night, striking young, defenceless petrel chicks in their nests and devouring them alive after injecting paralyzing venom.
Scientists attribute the unprecedented event to an unusually long lasting atmospheric event, driven in part by climate change.