A team of archaeologists have found four pre-Inca tombs in a residential area in Lima, in Peru. The remains are over 1000-years-old.
Scientists are learning a bit more about the ancient climate of Oregon. Researchers have uncovered sediment samples that date back 50,000 years, revealing a bit more about the ancient ecosystem.
The seasonal monarch butterfly migration may actually lower infection levels among the insects.
There's something strange happening in the world's oceans due to an excess of carbon dioxide. Plankton is, apparently, growing rapidly in spite of scientific predictions
How did snakes lose their legs? A new fossil may be helping researchers solve the evolutionary puzzle of how snakes lost their limbs.
Europe may be in for more heat waves as climate change continues. Scientists have found that regional climate projections suggest enhanced probability of heatwaves anywhere in Europe.
Scientists have found that periods of high extinction on Earth have been the drivers of the diversification of amniotes, which include today's land vertebrates, such as reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Scientists are learning a bit more about insects thanks to the black widow spider.
The year 2015 may be the warmest on record. Scientists have found that a combination of a Strong El Niño and human-induced global warming may just make 2015 the hottest year yet.
The world-famous Australian reef is providing an effective barrier against landslide-induced tsunamis.
Researchers at the University of Bristol has revealed that there is no a 'pause' or 'hiatus' in global warming, since there is no substantive evidence to support these theories.