Could ants be a way to keep carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere? That just might be the case.
The study conducted by U.S. Geological Survey and National Park Service researchers says the world's largest snake -python don't bit human.
The abrupt appearance of the 262-feet-wide hole in a gas field in icy northern Siberia has baffled scientists as they are clueless on what caused this mysterious puncture.
It might not have been the tastiest meal, but it worked during prehistoric times.
Researchers have found that this dispersant used after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill can persist in the environment for up to four years.
Could you imagine not getting drunk--no matter how much alcohol you drank? That's the case for mutant worms created by neuroscientists.
Did you know that bees have tongues? Now, scientists have taken a closer look at them to see what determines the length of their tongues, which could be crucial to understanding bee species' resiliency to change.
If something works there's no need to fix it, and animals take that to heart when it comes to foraging techniques. Scientists have discovered that animals have used the same method to search for food that's in short supply for at least 50 million years.
The latest images captured by Europe's comet chaser Rosetta reveals that the nucleus of the 4 km-wide target comet is an irregularly shaped body.
The rare and mysterious green spotted pigeon, which became extinct hundreds of years ago, is now being examined a bit more closely with the help of its DNA.
In a latest finding, researchers have unearthed fossilized remains of the largest four-winged dinosaur that sheds light on how these predators might have flown.