Thousands of the venomous brown-tailed moth caterpillar are terrorizing this small village in Essex.
What is this strange Hum that's driving people crazy?
A team from Historic England and the University of Southampton has found a pit on the village and discovered horrific evidence that the villagers burn and chop up bodies of the dead before burying them.
New study shows an impending health crisis in the UK due to alcohol, forecasting 135,000 cancer-related deaths in the next 20 years.
Just in time for Halloween, local authorities in England have asked the public's help in searching for signs of ancient witches. But they are not looking for actual witches. Instead, they are looking for markings called apotropaic marks (or commonly known as witches' marks).
A pair of the largest creatures alive on Earth was spotted by the researchers from the Blue Ocean Society of Marine Conservation off the coast of Rye Harbor in New Hampshire.
In a cold climate such as the U.K., it is difficult to grow banana trees and bear banana fruits. However, this banana tree in Greater Manchester defies this notion.
There's another reason for humans not to use pesticides. Researchers found out that the controversial neonicotinoid insecticide is responsible to the decline of bee population in England.
A hospital in England is replacing their white plates with bright yellow ones after they found that it could help patients with dementia eat more.
Seagulls are notorious for their bad behavior. Because of their deeds, they are often called the "thugs" of the bird world.
Conservationist Sacha Dench will undertake a 4,500-mile flight with migrating Bewick's swans in September to find out why their numbers have been plummeting in the past two decades.
Over the last few years, studies revealed a few amazing facts about the Stonehenge. Here are a few of them.
Researchers recently unearthed two new plankton-eating fossil fish species, of the genus called Rhinconichthys. This discovery triples the number of known species.
A new species of toothy pterosaurs named Cimoliopterus dunni sheds light on the evolution of these flying reptiles. However, its closest relatives are from England, suggesting the prehistoric animals were able to "island hop" as the North Atlantic Ocean widened during the Cretaceous.