Before we start mining for precious metals in the darkness of the deep sea, we might try switching on the light first and observing our surroundings.
Scientists have identified five locations that the extinct predator Megalodon used as "nurseries" for young sharks.
The discovery of the Popa langur, a medium-sized leaf-eating monkey found in central Myanmar, was recently announced by scientists.
Rabbit-size rats from Eastern Africa are the only mammals on Earth that gain a poison defense from plants.
It's a mystery why a swordfish stabbed a thresher shark to death, but it's possible they were competing for food.
New analysis of jaws from a shark that lived 370 million years ago revealed a horrific twist (literally) to the predator's toothy grin.
The critically-endangered blue whale has returned to the waters near the remote island of South Georgia near Antarctica, almost 100 years after they were nearly made extinct.
The T. rex and Triceratops were discovered in 2006, but this sale marks the first time scientists will be able to study them in detail.
Scientists recently documented never-before-seen mating behavior in wrinkle-faced bats, in which males pull a furry flap of skin over their faces.
There were nearly 200 new queens poised to start their own colonies in a 'murder hornet' nest destroyed by Washington state entomologists.
Researchers found and measured a group of rare Bigfin Squids congregating off the Australia coast for the first time ever.
The Southern Appalachian mountains are a global biodiversity hot spot for salamanders. And now a skin-eating fungus from Europe could decimate them.
The final chapter of dinosaur history is a tale stretching across two very different worlds, each a vast supercontinent dominated by its own unique mix of predators and herbivores.