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Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal loading...
Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal
The prehistoric predators may have had shaggy coats that changed colours with the seasons, helping them hunt caribou and mammoth.
T. Rex Had An Amazing Sense Of Smell, Gene Study Suggests loading...
T. Rex Had An Amazing Sense Of Smell, Gene Study Suggests
Fresh analysis of modern genes and ancient brains backs up the notion that the meat-eating dinosaur had an especially powerful nose.
Fossils Of Oddball Crocodile Relative Found In Texas Suburb loading...
Fossils Of Oddball Crocodile Relative Found In Texas Suburb
The newly described creature with an unusual jaw showcases the rich diversity of Cretaceous crocodyliforms.
Giant Thread Of Radio Emissions Found Linking Galaxy Clusters loading...
Giant Thread Of Radio Emissions Found Linking Galaxy Clusters
Scientists predicted that our universe's structure resembles a huge web. We've finally seen one of the strands.
Prehistoric Tree Is First Of Its Kind Found Below The Equator loading...
Prehistoric Tree Is First Of Its Kind Found Below The Equator
New fossils suggest the chinquapin, found today in parts of Asia, first took root in the Southern Hemisphere.
What Jumpstarted Earth's Plate Tectonics? New Clues Point To Ancient Glaciers. loading...
What Jumpstarted Earth's Plate Tectonics? New Clues Point To Ancient Glaciers.
The provocative theory has geologists hotly debating when and why our planet's modern geologic dance kicked into high gear.
Exclusive: Gem-Like Fossils Reveal Stunning New Dinosaur Species loading...
Exclusive: Gem-Like Fossils Reveal Stunning New Dinosaur Species
Four members of this newly described plant-eater were found together in what may be Australia’s first known dinosaur herd.
Most Of The Ocean Floor Is A Mystery, But This Technology Could Help Map It loading...
Most Of The Ocean Floor Is A Mystery, But This Technology Could Help Map It
The winners of the XPRIZE reveal a new way to chart the planet's unknown depths.
Earth's Seafloor May Be Destined To Become Diamonds loading...
Earth's Seafloor May Be Destined To Become Diamonds
By mimicking how the planet cooks up the sparkly gems, scientists discovered what may be a key ingredient for their formation.
Cold Fusion Remains Elusive—But These Scientists May Revive The Quest loading...
Cold Fusion Remains Elusive—But These Scientists May Revive The Quest
The first public results from a Google-funded project reveal renewed interest in the long-sought but controversial nuclear energy source.
18 Earth-Size Planets Found In Our Galaxy—All Hiding In Plain Sight loading...
18 Earth-Size Planets Found In Our Galaxy—All Hiding In Plain Sight
And a hundred more small worlds may be awaiting discovery, astronomers predict, thanks to a new method for combing through NASA data.
The World's Second-Biggest Ebola Outbreak Is Still Raging. Here's Why. loading...
The World's Second-Biggest Ebola Outbreak Is Still Raging. Here's Why.
Despite a coordinated response and a vaccine, the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s struggle with the deadly virus seems to have no quick end in sight.

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