A two million year old fox fossil was unearthed by archeologists from the well-known archeological site of Malapa in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. The fossil belongs to a new species that was unknown earlier.
A groundbreaking long study on golden retrievers provides useful information about their health and the health of other dogs, including the occurrence of common cancer.
The nation's oldest and most prestigious pre-college science competition 'Intel Science Talent Search 2013' has recognized its 40 U.S. high school seniors as finalists.
Analyzing the complex social relationships among female giraffes helps in understanding the management and conservation of the species.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania suggests that monkeys who remain faithful to their primary mate have more offspring than those who change partners frequently.
A latest finding reveals that obese drivers are at a higher risk of dying in car crashes when compared to people of normal weight.
Two Japanese scientists state that Adelie penguins are unbelievably efficient hunters, after they have successfully captured footage of the foraging activity of the penguins that reside in the Lutzow-Holm Bay, Antarctica.
A British tourist quickly became a hero among Aussies after he successfully battled with a shark in the shallow waters on a beach in Queensland, Australia, where toddlers were splashing.
A paper published this Thursday in the journal Science revealed that the identities of nearly 50 DNA donors were able to be confirmed.
Studies have shown that video games can actually lead to an improvement in how well we pay attention, react, and how accurately we sort information.
Flu season disrupts church services and soccer games: no handshakes, no high-fives, and no hugs.