Happy 16th birthday to Mikko the grouper, a popular aquarium fish in Finland who missed his human visitors during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Early life may have been far more like animals than we thought, suggests new research that shows bacteria can 'develop' like an embryo.
Gauging whether or not we dwell inside someone else’s computer may come down to advanced AI research—or measurements at the frontiers of cosmology
After two dead giraffes were discovered in a South African nature reserve, scientists determined that the animals had been struck by lightning.
A zoo in Poland plans to test cannabidiol — also known as CBD, a chemical found in cannabis — on its elephants. The elephants are stressed after a death in the herd.
Authorities finally identified the culprit responsible for the mysterious disappearance of dozens of shoes from a German neighborhood.
The microbes had been dormant below the ocean floor for eons, buried since the time of the dinosaurs. Then a team of scientists in Japan woke the little organisms up.
A federal program for investigating UFOs was purportedly discontinued in 2012, but the Pentagon's search for UFOs never stopped. Its findings may soon be released to the public.
The United States Space Force has a new recruit in their mission to keep planet Earth safe. His name is Ghost, and he likes to go clip-clop on the beach.
An antique wooden box trimmed with brass holds all the tools that you might require in order to slay a vampire.
Ex-military investigators seek answers about where UFOs come from and what their intentions might be, in a History Channel documentary series.
Experts have said that a slight spike in radioactivity above northern Europe likely originated in Russia, but Russian nuclear plants in the area deny any abnormalities.
A strange balloon-shaped 'UFO' appeared and disappeared over the city of Sendai, Japan on Wednesday (June 17).
A new park in Oregon gets its name from an explosive event in 1970: the dynamiting of a dead, beached sperm whale.
The Tuscan town of Fabbriche di Careggine was flooded in 1946 to make room for a hydroelectric dam. It could make a rare appearance above water next year.