Fly Geyser aka Fly Ranch Geyser located in Nevada on a private land is somewhat not whole natural, because this
Fossils are typically bones or teeth that have been preserved for many years in various forms of sediment. When silica
Carnegie’s Scott Sheppard and his colleagues—Northern Arizona University’s Chad Trujillo, and the University of Hawaii’s David Tholen—are once again redefining our Solar
Hurricane Florence is currently a powerful Category 4 hurricane over the Atlantic Ocean, threatening the Southeastern United States and the
Blue diamonds—like the world-famous Hope Diamond at the National Museum of Natural History—formed up to four times deeper in the
Brazil’s oldest and most important historical and scientific museum, Brazil's National Museum has been consumed by a massive fire destroying
Visitors to the Museum’s Spitzer Hall of Human Origins can see how modern humans differ from early humans and primate relatives, including in our ability to walk upright. D. Finnin/© AMNH
How and when did early humans start walking upright? For clues, researchers have been looking at feet—and, more specifically, at
The Alps are on the go: The mountain range drifts northwards an average of one-half millimeter every year and rises
There are a couple of key features that make a turtle a turtle: its shell, for one, but also its
Written By : Jane Issie Turnip rock is a small Natural Geological formation known as a Stack (a geological landform
A new study could help explain the driving force behind the largest mass extinction in the history of earth, known
A new study led by scientists from the University of Bristol has used a combination of genomic and fossil data
A quick look at the fossil record shows that no species lasts forever. On average, most species exist for around
The Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica is regarded by scientists as a large and crucial absorber of carbon dioxide from the
Algae and corals have been leaning on each other since dinosaurs roamed the earth, much longer than had been previously