SpaceX's Falcon Rocket Set to Lift off to Space Station
SpaceX's second cargo flight to the International Space Station (ISS) will be launched Friday at 10.10 a.m. EST.
Mystery Sharks Caught in Australia Identified as Mandarin Dogfish
Researchers have identified the two sharks, discovered in the Australian waters two years ago, as mandarin dogfish.
Arabian Sea Humpback Whales Sing Simplified Versions of Whale Calls: Study
Arabian Sea humpback whales could be singing a more simplified version of their calls compared to humpback whales located elsewhere.
Three New Species of Cockroaches Found in China
Researchers have discovered three new species of cockroaches belonging to the Pseudophoraspism genus in China
40-Pound Meteorite Discovered in Antarctica
Scientists have discovered a 40-pound meteorite in eastern Antarctica - the largest space rock found in nearly 25 years.
New Marine Species Discovered in Papua New Guinea
Researchers have discovered several new species of marine mammlas at Madang Lagoon in Papua New Guinea.
Some Australian Flowers Evolved Red Hues to Attract Bird Pollinators: Study
A new study finds that some Australian native flowers evolved color spectral signatures to attract bird pollinators.
Giant Isopod in Japan has Stopped Eating for over Four Years
A giant isopod has been fasting for more than four years at an aquarium in Japan.
Leatherback Turtles may become Extinct within 20 Years: Study
Critically endangered leatherback sea turtles are facing an extinction risk within 20 years if conservation efforts are not expanded.
Nut-Cracking Monkeys Use Tools with Skill: Study
Bearded capuchin monkeys use tools with skill to crack open nuts, finds a new study.
Mystery of Ancient Sea Predator's Spiral-Toothed Jaw Solved
A new study sheds light on the mysterious spiral-toothed jaw of an ancient sea creature - Helicoprion.
Feeding Limbs Discovered in Ancient Sea Creature
Scientists have uncovered the preserved fossils of an ancient arthropod with limbs under its head.
African Rhino Population may Start Shrinking in Less than Two Years' Time, Experts Warn
Increase in rhino poaching rates is threatening the African rhino population, say International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) experts.
New Study Sheds Light on Why Insects' Structural Color Changes during Fossilization
A new study discovers why and how structural colors of insects change during the fossilization process.