A new study links extreme weather events to interference in global air-flow patterns.
A British study found that the 50-foot necks of sauropods, thought to be the largest land animals ever, were made mostly of air.
Researchers observed chimpanzees in a London zoo solving puzzle games, even when doing so offered no reward.
An analysis of 207 speeches from Oscar winning actors and actresses found that tears are becoming more common.
Bees use the weak electrical charge carried by plants to determine if they have nectar, a new study has found.
Researchers have observed fruit flies protecting their offspring from parasites by laying eggs in alcohol-laden environments.
By vibrating tanks of silicon oil, scientists created strange gravity waves in the shape of a star.
A tourist faces jail time after playing with an endangered baby manatee. State and federal laws make it a crime to disturb wild marine mammals, including manatees.
Monster goldfish found: A nearly 18-inch, 4.2-pound goldfish discovered in the depths of Lake Tahoe is not a native species, say scientists.
The meteor whose shock wave injured hundreds of Russians early on Friday was tiny compared to the one that struck Siberia in 1908, say scientists.