A young male walrus was spotted on Sunday morning on the shoreline of North Ronaldsay in Orkney, reports BBC.
A latest finding suggests that adult sleepwalking is a serious condition that might provoke violent behavior and affect health-related quality of life, according to a press release.
A newly discovered asteroid 2013EC will pass inside the moon orbit 4 March 2013 at 7:35 a.m. UTC (2:35 a.m. ET).
A Mississippi baby is cured of HIV infection for the first time and after receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) within 30 hours of birth, according to the press release. This new finding paves way for eradicating HIV infection in children.
For those aiming to improve their nutritional profile, experts advice to bulk up on dietary fiber. High fiber food helps in digestion and reducing colon cancer.
A 37-pound tabby cat called Biscuit is searching for a shelter. The cat, which weighs as much as a 4-year-old human, is up for adoption at the St. Charles animal shelter.
More than 100 million sharks are killed every year, and with the fishing rates increasing, the declining shark population is unable to recover its numbers.
Three new species of cockroaches have been discovered in China, belonging to the Pseudophoraspism genus.
A study published in the journal Current Biology state that, action video games help children suffering with dyslexia to improve their reading skills.
Researchers noticed that the roach fish, the commonest fish in the U.K. waters, migrate from lakes into the surrounding streams or wetlands in order to protect themselves from predators.
A new finding from the University of lowa confirms that during pregnancy, the feet flattens out and looseness of the joints increase. This change in the size and shape of the feet is irreversible.