Sharks are incredibly unlikely to bite you. They’re even less likely to kill you. However, we remain fascinated with their ability – and occasional proclivity – to do just that.
Marine tetrapods, a group of animals including whales, dolphins, seals, and sea turtles, have moved from sea to land and back to the sea over the last 350 million years
That glow over the unlit part of a crescent moon – called earthshine – is light reflected from Earth.
New evidence suggests that ocean acidification played a key role in the Permian–Triassic mass extinction event 252 million years ago that killed most life on Earth.
The word for it is “petrichor.” It’s the name of an oil that’s released from Earth into the air before rain begins to fall.
High-speed videos show what happens underground when an asteroid – or missile – strikes Earth.
Encounters between sperm whales and ROVs – remotely operated underwater vehicles – are rare. Watch this video, posted April 14.
Satellite view makes clear how unlucky the 150 people of the town of Fairdale were on April 9.
If you had to name a dinosaur, you might say Brontosaurus. But, since 1903, experts have said that Brontosaurus isn’t a separate species. Now Bronto is back!