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Photographs of a shark bearing strange, circular scars could be evidence of a rare giant squid encounter, researchers say.
Astronomers have discovered an activity cycle in another fast radio burst, potentially unearthing a significant clue about these mysterious deep-space phenomena.
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Aerodynamic slats newly installed on the Golden Gate Bridge produce a loud hum on windy days, as San Fransiscans learned this past weekend.
Great white sharks are fierce hunters. But as juveniles, their diets involve way more bottom-feeding than hunting large prey.
Attorney General Bill Barr attempted to downplay the clearing of peaceful protestors in Washington, D.C.
Rattlesnakes are threatened in British Columbia in Canada, and many populations are declining at alarming rates.
After snake eels are swallowed by bigger fish, they can burst out of their predators' stomachs ... to freedom? Not exactly.
A physicist proposes that the moon is a great place to build a particle collider and conduct high-energy physics experiments.
Physicists set a new record by linking together a hot soup of 15 trillion atoms in a bizarre phenomenon called quantum entanglement.
There's a light at the end of the tunnel for the first mole to burrow into the surface of Mars, scientists hope.
In this special episode of Life's Little Mysteries, we'll give you the latest news and answer frequently asked questions about the new coronavirus and COVID-19.
Nearly 4 in 10 American adults reported engaging in dangerous cleaning practices to prevent COVID-19.
Teeny-tiny sea creatures secrete snotty blobs from cells on their heads to build their oversized mucus dwellings.