The first giants have been unearthed. Scientists discover a new super-sized dinosaur species that walked the Earth millions of years earlier than other massive dinos.
Scientists found a frog that can let it glow like no other.
The world's largest colony of Magellanic penguins descend to South America to feed on the abnormally abundant supply of fish.
The meteorite was believed to be made of iron-nickel.
Meet Rubio, the Argentinean stray dog who developed an attachment with Olivia Sievers, a flight attendant from Germany.
A new bipedal dinosaur species called Gualicho shinyae has been discovered in Argentina. It features two short front limbs and a big body just like the T. rex.
The real-life Atlantis City has emerged. For 25 years, the lost town of Epecuen in Argentina was submerged in water. The flood receded over the years allowing journalists and tourists to visit the remnants of the lost town that was formerly underwater.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Argentinian President Mauricio Mari recently agreed to work together to fight climate change, according to a Reuters report.
A rare Franciscana dolphin – just a baby – was the tragic victim of too much enthusiasm and even more ignorance from beach goers in Santa Terisita, Argentina.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York City has a newly unveiled dinosaur skeleton that is the world's largest. It has been identified as a new species of titanosaur, but scientists haven't named it yet.
A meter-long shell belonging to a glyptodont – a giant prehistoric kind of armadillo – was found recently along a riverbank in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
When dating volcanic ashes from the Late Triassic Period from Argentina, researchers discovered dinosaurs evolved more rapidly than previously thought. In fact, the prehistoric animals evolved roughly five million years or less after their ancestors emerged.
Kelp Gull attacks have taken their toll on southern right whales over the last four decades – in particular, their calves – which the gulls routinely gouge in the back to feed off their skin and blubber. Now researchers are wondering if the wounds the birds cause are contributing to the increasing mortality rate of these majestic whales.
What's causing the mortality spike of right whales, particularly the very young? Until now, scientists were unsure what was causing such a spike in mortality, but a recent NOAA analysis suggests toxic algal blooms may be to blame.