Fossil Conga Lines Reveal Origins Of Animal Swarms loading...
Fossil Conga Lines Reveal Origins Of Animal Swarms
About 480 million years ago, an extinct group of marine arthropods related to insects and lobsters gathered in clusters to scuttle across the seafloor.
Why Cemeteries Are A Surprising Source Of Life loading...
Why Cemeteries Are A Surprising Source Of Life
American graveyards have become urban havens for plants and animals—like a new beetle species discovered in New York City.
Hear The Sounds Of Climate Change—With Earthquake Monitors loading...
Hear The Sounds Of Climate Change—With Earthquake Monitors
Seismometers can register hurricanes from thousands of miles away, or hear ice melting and refreezing, offering a new way to track changes big and small.
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Why Does Amelia Earhart Still Fascinate Us?
The missing aviator embraced the modern world—in technology, women's rights, and celebrity culture.
Humpback Whales Herd Salmon With Their Fins, New Photos Reveal loading...
Humpback Whales Herd Salmon With Their Fins, New Photos Reveal
The discovery, filmed in southeastern Alaska, confirms a behaviour long hypothesised but never scientifically confirmed.
Huge Antarctic Pterosaur Found In Fire-Struck Museum loading...
Huge Antarctic Pterosaur Found In Fire-Struck Museum
A blackened bone is among the first fossils to be scientifically described from Brazil’s Museu Nacional since a tragic blaze devastated its collections last year.
Puzzling Artifacts Found At Europe's Oldest Battlefield loading...
Puzzling Artifacts Found At Europe's Oldest Battlefield
Archaeologists have spent decades trying to figure out who fought near Germany's Tollense River some 3,300 years ago. Now, an unusual cache deepens the mystery of the brutal battle.
World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara loading...
World’s Fastest Ants Found Racing Across The Sahara
The silver ants can run their body length in less than a hundredth of a second—the equivalent of a human running 643 kilometres an hour.
Researchers Solve 200-Year-Old Mystery On 180 Million Year-Old Bird loading...
Researchers Solve 200-Year-Old Mystery On 180 Million Year-Old Bird
They’ve been called the modern-day velociraptor but unlike the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park, Queensland’s southern cassowaries are usually pretty disinterested in humans.
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Uh Oh, Spaghetti-Oh … Junction
The $4 billion Rozelle Interchange, a twisting maze of overlapping tunnels dropping to 40 metres below Sydney’s inner west, is the most complex underground junction ever built,
Greenland's Melting Ice May Affect Everyone's Future loading...
Greenland's Melting Ice May Affect Everyone's Future
NASA scientists are trying to understand how this region is responding to climate change—and how that will influence sea levels around the world.

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