An Australian woman receiving hormone treatment for polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition that prevents women from ovulating, got pregnant twice in 10 days.
Hypersonic flights may be able to make travels from cities on opposite sides of the world much easier. New York to London will, in fact, be just as fast as half an hour, and aerospace officials said we are a few decades away from the possibility.
With the alarming news that Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in the brink of death, scientists are formulating live-saving techniques to prevent coral death and the declining population of marine life.
This is not a hoax nor a false Halloween story to startle you. The mightiest spider you'll probably ever see can be found in Australia.
Paleontologists have identified a new species of medium-sized titanosaur using fossilized bone fragments found in western Queensland, Australia in 2005.
The famous animal popularized by a cartoon in the '90s is now back in the limelight. Apparently, the Tasmanian devil's milk might just be the solution to the perennial medical problem of superbugs.
A 7-year-old from Scarborough, Australia finally got the fruit of his labor after three years. Sabastian Lucas spent the last few years selling lemonade to raise the funds needed to buy his new pet.
Warming water temperatures and increased carbon dioxide are causing a population growth among a species of shrimp-like crustaceans.
The Great Barrier Reef was declared dead on Friday after an obituary was posted on Outside. However, to clarify things, the reef is not dead but is sick and dying.
A new greenhouse in an Australian desert could produce 15,000 tons of tomatoes per year with only saltwater and sunlight.
An ancient battle happened between Roman empire and Scottish tribes in north of the Hadrian's Wall.
Eli, who was bitten by a deadly snake thrice in late September barely held onto his life, but managed to survive. According to Fox News, the two-year-old Australian boy was collecting eggs from his family's chicken pen when he was bitten by a coastal taipan.
The world is dubbing the 21-year-old man as the "unluckiest man on earth."
A 17-year-old surfer survived from an attack of a great white shark. The incident happened last Monday at Ballina's Lighthouse Beach in Australia, which incidentally is the same beach where a Japanese surfer was mauled by a shark last year.