In camera trap footage captured in the Alaskan wilderness, the moose appears to try to fight off the bear, as the wolf goes after the calf.
The "yeti" crab is white and hairy, as its nickname suggests, and it thrives in hydrothermal vents in Antarctica's frigid waters.
The answer depends on the design of the bullet and the gun, as well as on what happens once the bullet leaves the muzzle.
When should you get a flu shot, and which shot should people with egg allergies get? Here's CDC guidance for the 2023-2024 flu season.
An amateur metal detectorist hit pay dirt in Norway, finding a collection of 1,500-year-old gold jewelry.
NASA's Perseverance rover has generated 4.3 ounces of breathable oxygen while on the Red Planet — enough to sustain an adult human for three hours.
The five asteroids range from plane to bus-size, and one is expected to come to within half a million miles of Earth.
The winner of the Bird Photographer of the Year was Jack Zhi, who caught the moment a peregrine falcon took on a large brown pelican.
Legend has it that "rainbow cups" are drops of gold that fall to Earth at the end of a rainbow.
Using NSAIDs and hormonal birth control together increased the overall risk of blood clots in women in the study, but the researchers stressed that the overall risk is still low.
The golden, dome-shaped object was discovered in the Gulf of Alaska during an NOAA expedition and after bringing it to the surface, scientists still have no idea what it is.
New models of human embryos grown in the lab closely mimic the structure of actual embryos.
The possible moonquake was detected by India's Chandrayaan-3 mission on its third day on the lunar surface.
A study reveals the likely origins of 27,000 Africans left on the island of St. Helena as part of Britain's attempt to eliminate the transatlantic slave trade.
Researchers accidentally stumbled on a way to measure the size of the accretion disks of dust, gas and plasma that surround black holes.
Past research suggests that some whale species are more likely to get lost and accidentally beach themselves during periods of increased solar activity, such as the upcoming solar maximum.
June through August 2023 were the hottest three months ever recorded, according to the World Meteorological Organization.