Relax, There Are No 'Killer' Dolphins Swimming Freely, But They Do Exist [VIDEO]
The thought of Ukrainian military trained "killer" dolphins roaming the Black Sea waters was enough to strike fear in anyone, but it turns out the Russian news report was just a hoax, according New-Sebasopol.
Ukrainian 'Killer' Dolphins Escape Training Base, One is Armed
The Ukrainian military has reportedly lost three dolphins which had been trained for military attacks in the Black Sea, Russia's state news agency RIA Novosti reports.
Scientists Reopen Extraterrestrial Algae Invasion Dabate
Sri Lankans have December 29, 2012, deeply engraved in their memory. That day - better yet, that night - many witnessed a fireball lighting up the skies over the province of Polonnaruwa, spraying fragments across the countryside.
New Star System Found 6.5 Light Years Away
Right under the astronomers’ nose. A new star system has been discovered by astronomers at a surprisingly close distance from us.
Giant African Snail Pops Up in Australia; Authorities on Alert
Australian authorities announced Monday that they found and destroyed a giant African snail in Brisbane.
Aspirin May Lower Melanoma Risk By 30 Pct in Some Women, Study Shows
A new study showed that women who take aspirin for 12 years or more lowered their risk of melanoma skin cancer by thirty percent, according to a study published online in the journal CANCER.
Conservation Group to Regulate Shark 'Fin' Trading, Adds 5 Shark Species to Protected List
Delegates at an internal conservationist meeting in Bangkok this week have voted to clamp down on the shark trade used primarily for the infamous shark fin soup popular in Asia, and added five shark species to a protected list in efforts to save them from being wiped out by overfishing.
Stonehenge Believed to Have Been an Ancient Burial Ground, 50,000 Bones Found at Site
Stonehenge is one of most famous prehistoric sites in the world and till today, it has been a great mystery as to its origins. British researchers have proposed a new theory, suggesting that it may have started as a giant burial ground for elite families around 3000 B.C.
College Football Players Who Don’t Suffer Concussions Still Have Brain Damage
College football players have one more thing to be concerned about. A new study released Friday from researchers at Cleveland Clinic and the University of Rochester have found that football players may suffer long-term brain changes despite not having suffered a concussion.
CDC Issues Warning on Novel Coronavirus, 14 Cases in Three Months
The emerging "novel coronavirus", a SARS-like virus , which has appeared in patients in the U.K. and the Middle East is a cause for concern, said the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in spite of no reported cases in the U.S.
Sniff, Sniff: Study Finds New Form of Rat Communication
Rats caught sniffing at each other is not only because they smell each other, but a new study released Thursday showed that rats have the ability to communicate with one another by sniffing.
Earth Warmest in 11,300 Years and Steadily Rising, Scientists Warn
Global temperatures are warmer today than at any time in the past 4,000 years, scientists said Thursday in a new study, and by 2100, they are likely to surpass levels not seen on Earth since before the last ice age.
Thousands of Sharks Descend on Florida Beaches during Annual Migration [VIDEO]
Creating an amazing nature spectacle at several beaches in South Florida, thousands of blacktip sharks descended causing swimmers to take cover as the creatures swam on their annual migration.
Bees and Humans Share Love of Caffeine, Gives Them Memory Boost
Bees and humans share a love for something previously unimagined, caffeine. Scientists said in a study released Thursday that bees get a caffeine boost from some naturally caffeine-laced plants which enhance their learning process and boosts their long-term memory.