Shoebills reach up to 5 feet in height and they are formidable ambush predators, standing still in swamps before lunging forward to swallow their prey whole with their giant bills.
Particles from space are constantly zooming into Earth. But which one is the speediest?
Disturbing footage shows the moment a single orca chased down a great white shark and killed it, then swam away with the shark's liver in its jaws.
There are now RSV vaccines approved for older adults and for pregnant people, and antibody shots (not vaccines) available for babies. What's the difference?
Archaeologists have found traces of a Saxon town known as Lundenwic buried beneath London.
Tiny plastic particles float inside tap water, and it's still unclear how they impact our health. But boiling the water for 5 minutes could remove most of these microplastics, a new study finds.
The Pine Island glacier formed a 6.5-mile-long crack at 80 mph, proving to scientists that some glaciers can shatter like glass.
Pfizer's recently approved RSV vaccine maintains a high and fairly steady rate of effectiveness across consecutive RSV seasons.
A new study in mice and human tissue samples suggests that UTI symptoms may persist after the infection has been treated due to an overgrowth of neurons in the bladder.
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Unlike other sea spiders that carry their eggs on their backs, male giant antarctic sea spiders spend two days gluing their eggs to the seafloor.
More than 50 years after the Apollo era, major governments and well-funded private companies still struggle with lunar landing missions. Why is landing on the moon so hard in 2024?
Satellite images reveal the rate that cities along the U.S. East Coast, including New York, Baltimore and Charleston, are sinking into the ground.
Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks, also known as the "devil comet," will be positioned close to the sun during the April 8 total solar eclipse. Some photographers also predict that the volcanic comet may be visible to the naked eye, especially if it blows its top before the big event.
The Odysseus lander powered down yesterday as it braces for two weeks of lunar night. This farewell image may be its last.
A shark instantly killed a stranded pygmy sperm whale on New Zealand's Māhia Peninsula, where officials had warned about increased shark activity.
Feb. 29 comes only once every four years (most of the time), but why do we need leap years and how did they come about?
The South Atlantic Anomaly makes a section of the southern aurora weaker and likely dimmer.
Researchers say they hope to recover what's left of the ships after more than 200 years underwater.