Kraken lair: A paleontologist says that the arrangement of and markings on bones of giant sea creatures in a Nevada desert indicates that they were devoured by a giant mollusc.
Dead Sea Scrolls: Now, as the new year approaches on the Hebrew calendar, anyone can view, read and interact with five digitized Dead Sea Scrolls, the most complete of the eight the Israel Museum has in its collection.
SpongeBob study: A study published Monday found that 4-year-olds performed worse on tests requiring focus and self-control after watching just nine minutes of 'SpongeBob SquarePants.'
Pregnant fossil: The remains of a plesiosaur, who was carrying a baby, have been found in the midwestern US. The pregnant fossil was over 15 feet long.
Archaeopteryx: The creature long believed to be the earliest known bird may not have been a bird at all, suggests a new Chinese fossil find.
A new online baby names list says that 'Pippa' and 'Asher' are the top trending monikers for babies. Is that true?
Rainbow toads, more precisely, the Bornean rainbow toad, has not been seen since 1924. It was one of the world's top 10 most wanted lost amphibians.
Last known dinosaur fossil discovery could pinpoint how they vanished. Researchers found what could be a horn from the last known dinosaur in Montana.
Polar bear origins: A study of mitochondrial DNA has found that polar bears can trace their ancestry back to an brown bear that lived in Ireland between 20,000 and 50,000 years ago.
A study of the genomes of two families has found that the number of mutations thought to occur each generation had been overestimated, suggesting that the pace of human evolution is slower than scientists had thought.