A pizzlie is a cross between a polar bear and a grizzly bear, and this new hybrid animal may foreshadow as many as 34 hybrids to come as Arctic ice melts, say scientists.
Chernobyl, site of the world's worst nuclear accident, will open to tourists next year. Some call it reverse eco-tourism.
They not only croak when attacked, but when they cannibalistically attack members of their own species as well, scientists find.
A new review of research suggests that some of the earliest humans outside of Africa lived some 75,000 to 100,000 years ago on a once-fertile landmass that is now submerged under the Persian Gulf.
Caterpillars can whistle, a new study has found. One species was found to be whistling to frighten away birds.
Giant storks may have hunted a hobbit-like species of humans discovered in Indonesia, say scientists. The giant storks, now extinct, were about six feet tall and carnivorous.
Some frogs have been found to be able to pee out foreign objects that get stuck in their skin by absorbing the objects in their bladders.
Researchers at BioGlow have successfully transferred the genes that allow marine bacteria to glow into tobacco plants. Next: glow in the dark roses or poinsettias?