Mountains on the Hawaiian islands are slowly dissolving from within and will turn into a flat, low-lying island, a new study shows.
The U.S. Coast Guard and BP are yet to solve the mystery behind a sheen that appears on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, near the deepwater horizon spill site.
Scientists have identified a new species of mosasaurs that once dwelled in freshwater environments, according to a new study.
A new study suggests that humpback whales are increasingly singing songs outside their traditional breeding grounds.
A large number of microorganisms are hitching a ride through dust plumes in the upper troposphere, from Asia across the Pacific Ocean and land in North America.
A pitcher plant in Venezuela is using its hairs to trap insects, reveals a new study.
Here are some interesting facts about reindeers and its people, besides Christmas
Scientists have discovered a new species of blind catfish in southern India.
A scientist suggests that a microbe may have caused the Permian extinction, which killed 90 percent of the Earth's species around 251 million years ago.
Closely-related birds of the same species cannot coexist as they are ecologically similar and will out-compete each other, says a new study.
Early ancestors in Africa fed on tropical plants and sedges between 3 million and 3.5 million years ago, reveals a new study.
Australia announced a new project Saturday to drill a deep ice core in Antarctica, which may shed light on the past climatic conditions in the region, news agency Agence France-Presse reported.
A microbe that was first found 2 miles (3.3 kilometers) beneath a South African gold mine has now been found in California, according to a new study.
Tropical cloud forest trees not only use their roots, but also their leaves to drink water directly from clouds, a new study reveals.