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Wed, Oct 22, 2014 3:46 PM
The 6.4 ton dino had a tail of feathers that it may've used to attract mates.
Director Christopher Nolan also releases a featurette revealing the science behind the new film.
This area has been settled since the 13th century and now its biggest draw is tourism. It's no surprise why, when you take a look at the landscape.
At debate hosted by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the public casts its vote for the little planet that could.
With no sea ice to rest on, walruses have flocked onto a barrier island, putting themselves at risk of a deadly stampede.
Clams with iridescent cells function as solar energy systems that support algae living in the shells.
Keep your eyes peeled and your telescope ready for a solar eclipse, the Orionid meteor shower and more.
The gravity map of the moon created by the GRAIL mission spacecrafts revealed a set of linear structures arranged in a rectangular shape about 1,600 miles wide.
Do you have a special nature spot where you go to find a few moments of peace? If not, you can borrow this one.
With their 11 pairs of legs each, two or more of these creatures swimming side by side create eddies that interact with larger currents, altering the ocean's flow.
With a new Global Alliance dedicated to Climate-Smart Agriculture, you’ll be hearing more about this effort with a goal to improve agriculture and food security.
Our planet has lost half its creatures since 1970, a new report finds, but there's still time to save the rest.
Are you ready to teach your dog one of the most important tricks he'll ever learn? Here's what you need to know.
According to a new study, each time a chimpanzee observed a new tool in use, the ape was 15 times more likely to develop the behavior.
Heat waves across the world were linked to climate change by multiple studies, but events like increased rainfall or intense blizzards were likely isolated incidents.
Dolphins' reactions to a magnetized block led scientists to conclude that the marine mammals may be sensitive to Earth's magnetic field.
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