A new device mimics the sound of dolphins, allowing scientists to possibly start communicating in the language that dolphins speak.
In addition to its colossal size, the turtle would have been equipped with massive, powerful jaws, meaning it could've eaten just about anything in its range.
The great Pacific garbage patch has created a new breeding ground for a marine insect, which in turn is changing Pacific ecosystems.
New research relates hominin brain growth to walking on two feet.
New billboards designed by the Heartland Institute compare climate scientists to the Unabomber, and other mass murderers. Climate scientists and other writers respond.
Greenland's glaciers are melting 30 faster than they were a decade ago, satellite images reveal.
A recent study shows that larger herbivorous dinosaurs were becoming less diverse before the mass extinction.
Two dozen new species of skink, a type of lizard, have been discovered in the Caribbean. But many of them are imperiled by the mongoose, which was introduced to the islands in the 19th century.
By the time that giant meteor collided with our planet at the end of the Cretaceous, some dinosaur species were already heading toward extinction, new research indicates.
By analyzing ancient human remains, scientists have revealed that Stone Age farmers in Europe likely migrated from south to north.