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First Known Case of Orca Infanticide Committed By Mother-Son Pair

Researchers believe it was a crime of passion. But whatever the motivation, this is hard to stomach.Marine biologists at OrcaLab off the coast of...

Sea Turtles Are Surprisingly Good at Using Their Flippers Like Hands

Sea turtles are specially designed for swimming: their flippers are incredibly good at dispersing water, propelling them through the water for miles at a...

This Terrifying Dinosaur Had Claws the Size of Bowling Pins

Paleontologists in Patagonia have uncovered fossils of a terrifying, meat-eating dinosaur that roamed South America 85 million years ago.Tratayenia rosalesi, was nearly 30 feet long...

Rare Deep-Sea Anglerfish Filmed Mating for the First Time Ever

Researchers have spotted a highly unusual sight deep below the ocean: a pair of fanfin anglerfish mating in a never before filmed phenomenon.Kirsten and...

These Rare Wolves Live Almost Entirely Off the Ocean

A small, elusive and incredible population of wolves lives on the Pacific coast of Canada.According to researchers who've studied the wolves' DNA, they're genetically different...

How Deep-Fried Tarantulas Became a Cambodian Delicacy

If you want to eat like a local in Cambodia, you'd better not be squeamish. Deep fried tarantulas are sold by the dozens from...

Leopards Are Eating Dogs in India, and That Might Be a Good Thing

Mumbai is home to Sanjay Gandhi National Park, the largest park within city limits anywhere in the world. Within its 40 square acres, there are...

Platypus Milk Could Help Scientists Fight Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

Scientists in Australia may have discovered a secret weapon in the battle against antibiotic-resistant superbugs, and it comes from a pretty unlikely place.Then again,...

The World’s Last Northern White Rhino Has Died, but the Fight to Save His...

Sudan, the last male northern white rhino — and perhaps the most famous rhino in the world — died on Monday, leaving his subspecies...

Secret Super Colony of Penguins Spotted from Space

The number of Adélie Penguins, the species most common on the Antarctic Peninsula, has been steadily declining for several decades. At least, that's what...

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