This dramatic breakup comes after a major crack formed on the shelf in November 2020 and continued to grow.
A new study reveals pirate attacks are more common in waters experiencing destructive and illegal fishing, suggesting the two may be linked.
The blooming process of a moonflower cactus has been captured on video for the first time and was watched by over 400,000 people online.
Israel's Mediterranean coastline has been littered with tar as the result of an oil spill off the coast, putting marine life and those cleaning it up at risk.
Desert temperatures can fluctuate greatly between day and night, due to the poor heat-retaining properties of sand and a lack of humidity.
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Earth's last magnetic flip 42,000 years brought environmental change and extinctions. Could that happen now?
The chunk of space rock that killed the nonavian dinosaurs may have been a piece of a comet that Jupiter's gravity kicked onto a collision course with Earth.
Hurricanes have more than doubled in strength since 1955, increasing at a rate of 6mph every decade. Now researchers better understand exactly why.
The world's largest iceberg has disintegrated into an 'alphabet soup' of mini ice island, new NASA imagery shows.
Unusual weather blanketed the Acropolis with snow on Tuesday (Feb. 16), turning the iconic UNESCO World Heritage site in Athens into a scene from a holiday card.
An 'ice volcano' has formed above a hot spring in the Almaty region of southeastern Kazakhstan. What is causing this unusual phenomenon?
Hawaii has seen the second-largest covering of snow on the mountain peaks of Big Island since recordings began.
For a billion years Earth's mountains stopped growing, and may have starved the sea of nutrients, new research finds.