Dead animals never looked so alive.
This cutie pie may be wild but the ringtail cat sometimes acts like Fluffy. It will lick its forepaw, then use that forepaw to wipe and clean its ears, face and snout.
Here's a look at some of the more interesting places the historical Jesus may have set foot in, and what he was doing there.
Hot hydrothermal fluids shimmer in otherworldly silver at an astounding new vent site discovered in the Gulf of California.
These modern-day monsters are a major part of the legend, lore and symbols of the American Wild West.
These historical ruins from the time of Jesus attract more than the public eye — Looters continue to raid the archaeological remains in hopes of selling what they find.
Whether they're used as digging tools, grasping suckers or killing machines, animal feet can be downright bizarre.
Should you break up with your partner? It's a difficult choice, but science may be able to help with your decision.
Here's a look at the biblical artifacts that will likely never turn up, from the Ark of the Covenant to Noah's Ark.
Archaeologists discovered a ram-headed sphinx dating back some 3,700 years at a famous site in Egypt.
What's the largest spider? The fastest? The weirdest? This list has all of your arachnid records covered.
It is not the widest nor longest nor deepest canyon in the world, but the Grand Canyon of northern Arizona is certainly one of the most impressive and most visited natural wonders found on the planet
Gaping depressions have been discovered lurking beneath the Greenland ice sheet. They are likely meteor impact craters.