Beautiful lagoons in Aitoliko, Greece are entirely covered in spider webs as arachnids take over the coast for their mating season. It's an unusual sight, but experts say it is harmless to people and the environment.
The mammoths are set to rise again, Jurassic Park-style. A new scientist is dreaming up of an Ice Age Park in Russia, saying that operations are already underway to try and clone the long-extinct woolly mammoth.
Study: Turmoil behind primate power struggles often overlooked by researchers
There are 356 species of turtles, 61 percent of which are already threatened or extinct. Unfortunately, turtles' disappearance from the ecosystem could have very sobering consequences all over the world.
Have you ever looked at a chimp and noticed their startlingly human-like gestures? In a new study, scientists confirm that toddlers and chimpanzees share similar non-verbal communication cues when they want attention.
The secrets of the ocean knows no bounds. A team of scientists have unearthed three new species of snailfish from 25,000 feet under the sea. With their unique bodies, these creatures thrive in the extreme conditions of the deep sea.
Burmese pythons are one of the largest, most terrifying snakes on the planet, but its smaller and faster cousin Indian rock python is even more aggressive. Now, imagine a hybrid between the two.
A 61-year-old man survived a terrifying shark attack by punching the predator in the gills, just like what experts say on television. The encounter in Cape Cod left William Lytton shaken, but he's well on his way to recovery.
A solitary dolphin who has been without the company of other dolphins for 17 years has found a group of porpoises to hang with. New research shows that Kylie has even learned their language to better fit in.
No one is quite like the diva than naked mole rat queens are. These royal mothers make their subjects eat their feces to pass maternal hormones that make the workers better equipped to take care of the kids.
Scientists piece together what dinosaur DNA may have looked like by borrowing from modern-day dino relatives such as birds and turtles. What they find is startlingly familiar, reinforcing the idea that birds are actually dinosaurs.
It may be difficult to picture a tortoise actually beating a hare in a race, but it turns out Aesop was right after all. Research shows speedy animals are much slower in the long run.
A massive turtle fossil unearthed in China is without its characteristic shell but already sports a toothless beak like its modern descendants. It just might be the missing link in the history of turtle evolution.
The survival of the laziest is true, researchers say in a new study. It turns out, mollusks that expended the least energy in their daily lives were able to avoid extinction better than their energetic counterparts.