A woman in Glasglow, Scotland has been filmed doing a Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a dead bird.
Harbor seals on the shores of Scotland have rapidly declined by 65 percent between 2001 and 2010. With the reduction currently at 90 percent, recent studies show that a toxin produced by algae is behind this strange mortality rate, all thanks to GPS technology.
An incredible image of a hauntingly beautiful colorless rainbow on the skies of Scotland was captured over the weekend.
A former Ministry of Defense (MoD) just revealed alien files containing what might have been evidence of UK's own "Area 51."
The force is strong in Scotland, albeit literally. Studies have shown Scotland has enough wind power to power its entire households for over a month.
Disgusting as it might be nowadays, but there is a possibility of Europeans back 5,000 years ago eating rodents.
In Scotland, two tidal power turbines are already operational. The turbines will be part of the tidal array in an attempt to power Shetlands homes from marine energy.
A long-standing theory about the “stone circles” in Scotland has been confirmed by scientists: the ancient rocks were used to track astronomical events.
High winds combined with low demand on a sunny summer Sunday helped provide more than 100 percent of Scotland's energy needs for a day, a 'significant milestone' in curbing fossil fuels.
Over four decades ago, the term "fetal alcohol syndrome" was coined to describe babies born to alcoholic mothers.
The Basking Shark Satellite Tagging Project opened up a new finding: The Sea of the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland may be a hot spot for basking sharks feeding, breeding and migrating in the summer.
Previous studies suggest older parents give birth to offspring that, on average, live shorter lives. In a recent study of European shorebirds, researchers believe they have shed some new light on the matter.
A recent study in Scotland's Hebrides with a large group of wild sheep found that those that were chock-full of Vitamin D by summer's end were more fertile.
Dinosaurs had a banner year in 2015. Several new species were unearthed, each revealing some interesting characteristics of these fascinating prehistoric creatures.