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Thu, Jul 24, 2014 12:02 PM
While most researchers believe the predators were lone wolves, so to speak, multiple fossil specimens have been found in a single bone bed.
It's more likely we'll discover single-celled microbes than other forms of alien life, but even this discovery would raise the chances for intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.
Developing fully and rapidly reusable rockets is a key priority for SpaceX, especially as it relates to making a Mars mission economically feasible.
By attributing human characteristics to animals — what's known as anthropomorphism — we're more likely to empathize with them, which can have both negative and positive effects on the species.
While they might give many folks the heebie-jeebies, snakes deserve some credit for their invaluable role they play.
In California, overwatering your lawn isn't just an objectionable act ... it's a criminal one.
Sharks? Snakes? Bears? Which animal do you think is deadliest to humans? It's not what you think.
The peacock-sized dinosaur likely used its long tail feathers to ensure a safe landing.
PBS series takes an intimate look at animal reproduction.
Here is one amazing way to soak up the beauty of a sunset.
Hundreds of chimps once involved in medical testing now live at a 200-acre sanctuary, experiencing the outdoors for the first time.
Typhoon Neoguri, that formed in the Pacific Ocean last week, has likely set off a wacky weather pattern that is interfering with the jet stream over the Midwestern U.S.
Revenue from the animal-torn jeans will help support Japan's Kamine Zoo and the World Wildlife Fund.
The launch has originally been scheduled for May but malfunctions and scheduling constraints kept pushing back the liftoff.
They are absolutely adorable, but they are also living reasons why feeding wildlife can be a serious problem. Here's why.
The data gathered by the shoes will help NASA refine the exercises that astronauts perform, making them more efficient.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.