"Young" rocks from gigantic volcanic eruptions are helping scientists peer back 4.5 billion years.
Emily DeMarco, Staff Writer
Swimming in a straight line, not weaving, could indicate a problem.
Did you know you can "eClimb" the summit of Grand Teton?
Scientists are combining new technologies to reveal how the animals use tree canopies.
Preliminary research suggests a phenomenon called the Leidenfrost effect is at play
Preliminary research suggests that eddies may hold tasty surprises.
Tiny bits of plastic pose threats to freshwater and marine ecosystems.
The animals use a cocktail of decomposing skin and food to lure prey.
Climate change may be contributing to the animal’s decline
Scientists are using sound to track how sharks migrate and the animals they encounter.
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