Trilobites fossilized in Morocco seem to have been buried by a storm as they marched in an orderly queue.
In the early 20th century, sailors near Alaska reported seeing black bubbles seeming to boil out from the sea. They weren't wrong.
While playing a game, monkeys switched strategies each round, while humans stuck to a set of inefficient rules.
Underwater and airborne cameras recently captured an astounding sight: feeding whales producing bubble nets to trap their prey.
The 1995 discovery showed that the sun isn't the only star to host a family of planets — something we had long figured but never demonstrated — and also that the universe is really, really weird.
A virtual dive of a 17th-century shipwreck explores the remains of a ship used by the Dutch to secretly trade with Iceland.
Five mummies dating to 4,000 years ago had cholesterol buildup in their arteries, hinting that humans have been susceptible to heart disease since ancient times.
A widely publicized study that suggested that the first gene-edited "CRISPR" babies could have shorter lifespans has been retracted due to crucial errors in the analysis.
A nonprofit called The Earth Archive wants to make a 3D map of the entire planet, before the climate crisis changes Earth's face forever.
Archaeologists recently discovered a colorful fresco of fighting gladiators on a tavern wall in Pompeii.
The mysterious vaping outbreak in the U.S. has led to nearly 1,300 lung injuries and 26 deaths as of this week.
Observations of the interstellar Comet Borisov have been flooding in for six weeks, and the more astronomers duplicate one another's work, the more confident they are in their analysis of the object.
Over the past few years, studies have indicated eating red is bad for your health, but a new study seems to reverse that. So what should you do?
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