Fish and other sea life are migrating toward the Earth's poles--and have been doing so for more than three decades. This mass migration seems to point to a changing landscape that has drastically been impacted by warming seas.
Ancient African fossils may have solved an evolutionary mystery. Researchers have discovered remains that reveal new information about the evolution of primates, and could show the oldest evidence of a split between Old World Monkeys and apes.
A new study suggests that dog's may have had a large role in humans' evolutionary journey.
Two volcanoes in Alaska are at risk of exploding with little to no warning. After lava flowed from the two volcanoes yesterday (Tuesday), authorities placed both locations on the second-highest alert levels.
A dolphin-like marine reptile once travelled the ancient seas that once covered Iraq. Known as an ichthyosaur, the reptile was once thought to have declined gradually in diversity. Now,paleontologists have unearthed the remains of a creature that has completely altered this view.
A massive, rainbow-colored halo encircled the closest star to Earth, causing residents in New Jersey and New York to look up and take notice as they speculated about the possibility of aliens and discussed weird weather.
Gold mining has often been associated with serious environmental issues. Now, scientists have discovered a way to mine gold that's both environmentally friendly and cheap--by using cornstarch.
According to a study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, researchers at the University of Bristol state that limiting the amount of global warming could buy some more time for tropical coral reefs.
Scientists have discovered a new species of brilliant green pitviper deep within the cloud forest in northern Honduras.
A poacher was trampled to death by an elephant he was trying to shoot.
Scientists have revealed the fishy origins of human hips, pointing out that we have more in common with our fish ancestors than researchers once thought. The findings could have huge implications for the study of evolution.
Is Mount Everest shrinking? Its glaciers certainly are. Researchers are taking a new look at the snow and ice covering the tallest mountain in the world, and have discovered that the peak is rapidly shedding its frozen cloak.