Scientists from McMaster University and Canada and their colleagues have found a direct link between gut-brain communication and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
The team discovered well-preserved dinosaur tracks that are so diverse, it almost covers the entire fossil record of dinosaurs found in west Australia.
This tourist spot and bunny sanctuary has dark roots in World War II.
False alarm! Remember the photo of the two-headed snake that went viral over the past few days? It might actually be just a caterpillar.
A man who got lost in the Amazon forest for nine days claims he survive with the help from wild monkeys.
Photos of their offsprings born on February 23 were shared by the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation department on their social media page.
Scientists study the endangered species' breath to identify potential diseases affecting the struggling population.
As the Arctic sea ice continues to disappear, Beluga whales are running out of food. Beluga whales are classified as a "near threatened" species by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
A pair of German Shepherds learn to detect cancer just by sniffing a bandage.
As the 17-year-old schoolboy was looking at the data taken in space from December 2015 to June 2016, he noticed that the radiation sensors on the ISS were recording false data.
Asian elephants in Cambodia are listed as endangered. Previous estimates of the elephant population of Cambodia range from 250-600.
Many deem bullfighting as a cruel activity which puts bulls in the wrong light. Humane Society International (HSI) notes that there is an estimated 250,000 bulls killed every year in Europe for the bullfighting.
Experts warn that the Cheerios wildflower initiative might actually do more harm in some areas
Officials said they had tried everything and had no choice but to shoot him dead. He was only 10 months old.