A dead white humpback whale was recently found on a remote beach in Australia. However, experts say the animal is not an albino.
Researchers in Poland have revealed that a mysterious pregnant mummy from ancient Egypt shows signs of cancer.
Hundreds of fossilized frogs at a site in Germany likely died while having sex around 45 million years ago.
In a new study, participants became convinced that a human-like robot had achieved self-awareness. But in reality, it was being controlled by researchers.
Coconut water has become a trendy replacement for sports drinks. But scientists have discovered another use for the liquid: transporting sperm to artificially inseminate pigs.
Researchers have discovered tiny, never-before-seen carbon crystals in meteorite dust left over from the explosion of the Chelyabinsk meteor in 2013.
A surprise solar storm hit Earth on June 25 causing unexpected auroras that lit up the sky during a rare 5-planet alignment.
A new video captured by an 82-year-old man in Georgia shows an eastern kingsnake eating a larger and venomous timber rattlesnake, swallowing it headfirst.
A photo of colorful bat stars covering and eating the corpse of a California sea lion recently won first prize in a prestigious wildlife photography competition.
Astronomers in Australia have detected the brightest and fastest-growing black hole to have existed in the last 9 billion years.
More than 500 little penguins have washed up dead on New Zealand beaches since May, and scientists aren't exactly sure why.
A first-of-its-kind study into the inner workings of Jupiter has revealed that the gas giant fed on baby planets as it grew.
NASA's perseverance rover has a "pet rock" that has been stuck in its front-left wheel for four months.
Researchers in Antarctica have discovered a hidden ecosystem more than 1,600 feet below the ice, which is filled with shrimplike creatures.
A dead baby thresher shark that washed up on a beach in the U.K. might have been aborted by its mother. Analysis of the juvenile's remains revealed that it had not fully developed.