No creatures ever stomped across the planet quite like the creatures scientists call sauropodomorphs. These long-necked plant eaters were the largest dinosaurs, and they included the mighty 70-ton titanosaurs,
Lifeguards would have been surprised to treat more than 40 injuries in one day, so when they treated over 70, they were shocked. Stingrays love warm water. One thing they hate? The sudden presence of feet.
Neo-Nazis in the Netherlands have responded violently to calls to get rid of Santa's blackface holiday assistant. To celebrate December 5, the Dutch St. Nicholas holiday, Netherlanders gather for parades
(CNN) — When Peter MacDonald, Fleming Begaye and Thomas Begay joined the elite fraternity of Navajo Code Talkers during World War II, they had no idea what they were getting into. That was by design. top-secret
A new atlas by "guerrilla cartographers" explores the importance of water in everything from ancient mythology to modern warfare. In the recent conflicts in Iraq and Syria, water has often been used as
Laser scanning in Borneo has revealed 50 trees that break previous records. The giants are about as tall as five sperm whales stacked end to end. The tallest tropical tree in the world is right where thought
We hung out with swarms of bug scientists to find out the most common misperceptions of the critters under our feet. Shakara Maggitt hands me a vinegaroon, or whip scorpion, a sci-fi looking bug with black
The turquoise waters became darker and darker, and squiggly glow-in-dark marine creatures began to glide past in the inky depths like ghosts. The three-man submarine went down, down, down into the abyss