The hauntingly beautiful floating island of Mount Roraima inspired the Lost World.
Humans aren't even allowed to step foot in this island where the venomous golden lancehead have staked their claim.
Of course, such gigantic tunnels would be created by gigantic creatures.
Who's a good (ball) boy? Pups steal the show at tennis tournament in Sao Paulo.
One of the world’s rarest boas, the Cropan boa, hasn’t been seen in 64 years – until now.
Hundreds of ancient earthworks resembling the mysterious Stonehenge were found via drones in the Amazon.
Large species of tarantula found devouring a foot-long non-venomous snake in the wild.
Reports have shown that the Amazon Rainforest is being destroyed at a very speedy rate, and people might not be able to do anything to save it. It has been approximated that the rainforest suffers from deforestation and clearing for up to roughly 8,000 square kilometers every year. It is more worrying since there are very limited legislations and regulations that go after its protection and conservation.
Do "aliens" exist on Earth? In a way, experts think so, and they believe that these creatures can be found thriving in massive underground oceans hidden hundreds of miles beneath the Earth's surface.
What’s lost was just recently found. Amazingly, the uncontacted tribe seemed to have thrived instead of suffering in the face of outside threats.
The answer to mosquito-borne illnesses? Perhaps even more mosquitoes.
A new study reveals that climate change is not responsible for the recent outbreak of fungal disease damaging coffee crops across Colombia and neighboring countries.
One of the pillars of human technology is the creation of stone tools. However, a new study reveals that human beings are not the only creatures on Earth that could yield this tool. Archeologists in Brazil reveals that bearded capuchin monkeys make these tools too.
A new study revealed that about 9,000 square kilometer of forestland, roughly about the size of Puerto Rico, in Brazil was cleared from 2008 to 2012.