Using non-toxic manicure acrylic along with old wetsuits and hair-extension glue, scientists have successfully attached solar-powered satellite tags to turtles' shells, to learn more about about the sea creatures' early life history.
A single-celled organism might have killed the scores of marine animals preserved as fossils in Chile's Atacama Desert, say scientists.
A collection of fossilized whales and other marine animals as old as 9 million years indicates that mass strandings occurred repeatedly in the ancient past.
The big feline, which lived between 5.9. million and 4.1 million years ago, is a sister species of the snow leopard, say scientists.
While the new specimen is not a direct ancestor to big cats like tigers, lions, and jaguars, it is closely related to the snow leopard.
A new, unusual-looking dinosaur, Nasutoceratops, offers evidence of how horned dinosaurs might have evolved in North America.
Many animals adjust their behaviors in response to changes in light levels and tides, affecting reproduction, migration, and more, say scientists in a new study.
Zombie worms don't actually drill through bone, as was previously believed. Instead, their skin produces enough acid to dissolve the zombie worms' path through bone.
An analysis of Neanderthal skulls suggests that Neanderthal brains had bigger visual-processing regions than their Homo sapiens counterparts, but that left them with less space for social cognition.
Researchers observed chimpanzees in a London zoo solving puzzle games, even when doing so offered no reward.