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Researchers from Monterey bay Aquarium and Stanford University discovered an area the size of Colorado between California and Hawaii that appears to be a “White Shark Café,” but it is unclear if the sharks are there for food or sex.
A New Zealand family stumbled upon a massive jelly-like blob on a beach early Monday.
Long extinct cave lions may be about to rise from their icy graves and prowl once more alongside woolly mammoths and ancient horses in a real life Jurassic Park.
The European Southern Observatory's (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile has a busy observation schedule, but sometimes cloudy or moonlit skies mean a temporary halt to scientific measurements. During those times, the observatory team chooses interesting and beautiful objects across the southern skies to image in color.
Tourists on a whale cruise were treated with a spyhop last month when three humpback whales launched one-by-one in succession off the coast of Nova Scotia in a rare triple breach.
A Japanese billionaire and a coterie of artists will visit the moon as early as 2023, becoming the first private citizens ever to fly beyond low-Earth orbit, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced tonight.
SpaceX's Elon Musk is getting ready to launch one of the biggest – and most powerful – spacecrafts the world has ever seen: the Falcon Heavy rocket.
A woman in Paulding County, Georgia, says that dozens of venomous brown recluse spiders have invaded her home and she doesn’t know how to get rid of them.
Deadly tsunamis crashing into Britain might seem far-fetched, but new research says it's more common than experts previously thought.
All the evidence shows our universe emerged from a single event: an eruption commonly known as the Big Bang.