A new branch on the Larsen C crack has sprouted out of nowhere, speeding the imminent break of the ice shelf.
Shipwreck experts chasing a map made from space stumbled on a centuries-old anchor linked to America's most celebrated explorer.
EFRA's report noted that quarter of apples, up to a fifth of onions and up to about an eighth of potatoes were rejected by supermarkets just because they look "ugly" or "funny."
A new form of the invasive clam belonging to genus Corbicula has finally made its way to North America.
Mysterious and colorful murals fill this newly discovered ancient tomb.
This desperate plan to save the iconic Swiss glaciers just might work.
410.28 ppm to be exact, is the highest the world has ever seen and they warned that 410 ppm is just the start of the terrifying records that will shock us in the upcoming months.
A genetic study of the ancient remains revealed that there were women - possibly in disguise - on board the Franklin Expedition.
Mysterious rocks moving along the remote and beautiful desert without intervention. Sounds impossible, but scientists try to explain the mystery.
The origins of the Blood Falls are finally revealed.
Scientists find human DNA in sedimentary samples from caves without bone remains.
History may be rewritten as scientists date humans in California over 100,000 years earlier than previously believed.
The loss of Antarctic mass, paired by ocean warming, could potentially increase global sea levels by up to 10 feet by 2100.
Fungi might have lived on Earth for two billion years earlier than scientists believed.
Scientists and researchers are working on a hanging inflatable greenhouse to provide food for astronauts on Mars. The technology is sustainable and may mimic the way greenhouses work here on Earth.