More than 55 earthquakes have struck off the Oregon coast, but the swarm is not likely to trigger any danger to those on land.
Taiwan is racing to contain an outbreak of invasive cane toads, which likely escaped from a black market breeder.
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Reference Photosynthesis is the process used by plants, algae and certain bacteria to turn sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into food (sugars) and oxygen.
Earth's outer shell is made of rocky rafts that dive beneath each other. The diving plates weaken, but do not break, according to a new study.
Researchers have discovered a new mineral from deep within Earth's mantle; it was trapped inside a diamond and brought to the surface.
Humanity shaped the world at the expense of many species, which were driven to extinction through our activities. How would Earth be different if modern humans never existed?
Landsat 9's first photos show the Florida Panhandle, Detroit and its surrounding area, Navajo Country in northern Arizona, the high Himalayas and the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Lake Monticello in South Carolina is causing a series of small earthquakes, the third time in its history that the man-made reservoir has created swarms of seismic activity.
An ancient comet may have burnt sand into mysterious pieces of twisted glass, according to a new study.
Reference The term “amoeba” refers to simple eukaryotic organisms that move in a characteristic crawling fashion.
Glaciers are not just spectacular indicators of climate change as they shrink and disappear due to global warming.