The hauntingly beautiful floating island of Mount Roraima inspired the Lost World.
Of course, such gigantic tunnels would be created by gigantic creatures.
Scientists found a frog that can let it glow like no other.
Scientists have found a massive lake 15 kilometers beneath a dormant volcano in Bolivia. According to the researchers, the discovery could explain why and how volcanoes erupt.
Mexico has their own version of the famed Bermuda Triangle with technology failures, space and alien rumors.
A new study published in BioScience have proposed that Mary Shelley's gothic novel, Frankenstein, is based on a fundamental principle of biology. Frankenstein and the Horrors of Competitive Exclusion supports Victor Frankenstein’s decisions in one of the most iconic scenes in the novel where he denies his creation, the nameless Creature reanimated from human corpses, his request for a mate.
Two mammal-like reptiles were confirmed to be the species that led to the rise of the mammals. These two ancient reptiles belong to the group of cynodonts.
The strange mounds that cover 26,000 square miles were actually made by newly discovered worms that can grow up to five feet. The gigantic worms are unique in South America.
Today's a good day for animal conservationists as 33 abused big cats from South American circuses are finally scheduled to head back to their homeland on the 29th.
The newly discovered fossilized remains of a monkey found in North America has caught scientists off guard, and can possibly rewrite history books.
Tonight on "Wild Things" Dominic Monaghan travels to Brazil in search of the giant anteater. Along the way he encounters some horrific creepy crawlies and witnesses small crocodiles called caimans attacking capybara--rodents of unusual size. His adventure doesn't stop there, as he gets a taste of Sao Paolo's nightlife and gets stuck herding cattle in an electrical storm.
Tonight's episode features a whilwind of activity for Dominic Monaghan, who travels to Boliva in search of South America's largest land animal – the Andean Bear.
A combination of satellite data and chemical tests reveal a more accurate picture of where Barn Swallows migrate in the winter.
A meter-long shell belonging to a glyptodont – a giant prehistoric kind of armadillo – was found recently along a riverbank in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Fossil remains of a five-foot-long tortoise suggest the Andes Mountains sat less than a kilometer above sea level 13 million years ago, when the climate was much wetter than it is today. Understanding the past could help researchers predict future climate changes.