Nearly five years after being discovered on a riverbank in snowy Siberia, the adorable 42,000-year-old baby debuts in Hong Kong
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NASA managed to snag this unique picture of an elephant-shaped lava flow on Mars in the Elysium Planitia sector of the planet. Located on a Martian plain known for displaying some of the planet’s youngest lava flows, this flow …
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It’s called the Sundem/Tierney Unified Celebrity Theory, and it really works.
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Think all bees are drones? Far from it.
Some bees are thrill-seekers while others prefer to hang around the hive, according to new research published in the journal Science. The study shows that some honey bees are more eager …
One zoo’s plan for disinterested gators? Knocking — and we don’t mean boots.
First Pluto, now this? Science takes all the fun stuff away.
Thanks to science, there’s no need to bid farewell to Fluffy and Rover any more.