Scientists have discovered a new type of magnetic wave in Earth's outer core, known as Magneto-Coriolis waves. They may be responsible for fluctuations in the planet's magnetic field.
A NASA satellite recently spied the underwater eruption of a submerged volcano where sharks make their home.
Humans aren't just making Earth warmer, they are making the climate chaotic, a stark new study suggests.
NOAA has announced that the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is likely to be more active than average for the seventh year in a row.
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The Cambodian Ministry of Environment has asked people to stop collecting a carnivorous plant that resembles a penis, after footage appeared on social media of people picking the rare plant.
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Trees don't fit into a species, family or even an order. So do they really exist, scientifically speaking?
The atmosphere is vast and parts of it extend beyond the moon. But where does it technically end, according to scientists?