Hurricane Matthew ravages already struggling country.
Mice use ultra-high pitched squeaks for courting their mate and territorial defense, sounds that are too high in frequency for human ear to detect. These sounds are similar to the sounds produced in jet engines.
Hurricane Matthew did more than just leaving casualties behind, it also unearthed civil war cannon balls that were found in South Carolina.
Researchers conducted a survey and found seagrass loss globally, impairing lives of sea mammals and for other cases, even humans.
The 30 foot long piece of ancient hemlock tree is known as The Old Man of the Lake which is believed to have been floating for 120 years.
Silkworms can now give Spider-Man a run for his money with reinforced silk productions.
The native oysters benefited from climate change as well as their predators such as oysters drills and snails.
Scientists are shocked by the lowest number of the British butterflies despite the dry season.
The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, is very happy after hearing the news that two rhinos have given birth, after then His Highness conducted a royal sent-off.
The fire trouble for Samsung Galaxy Note 7 does not seem to fade away. In fact, even the replacements that Samsung has been providing have proved to be no better than the original versions when it comes to exploding or catching fire.
As part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, volcanic eruptions are expected around Japan -- this has been the biggest from Mount Aso in decades.