Nov, 24, 2014, 11:52 AM

Rare Black Seadevil Monster Fish Caught on Film for First Time

A rare black seadevil has been captured on film for the first time. Monterey Bay researchers recently shot footage of the fish, also known as Melanocetus, a type of anglerfish.

Nov, 24, 2014, 10:26 AM

Nearly 500 Dead Sea Lions Found on Beach in Peru

Approximately 500 decomposing sea lions have been discovered on a beach in Peru. The cause of the deaths is unclear at this point, however, but the local governor blames marine farmers and fishermen for poisoning the animals.

Nov, 24, 2014, 09:48 AM

Asteroid Impact Report Released

An early warning for asteroids report has been released. The report, listed as a public document, was released after a workshop hosted by Secure World Foundation in September. The workshop results have yet to be reviewed by the International Asteroid Warning Network (IAWN)'s Steering Committee.

Nov, 24, 2014, 09:23 AM

Ancestor of Horses and Rhinos Roamed India in Ancient Times

An animal about the size of a wild pig may help scientists resolve a 55 million year old mystery of continental drift in addition to evolution. The mammal, which was found in India and was an ancestor of horses and rhinos, weighed up to 45 - 75 pounds.

Nov, 21, 2014, 12:24 PM

Majority of People who Drink Alcohol Heavily are Not Alcoholics

A new government report says that most of the people who drink heavily to get drunk are not alcoholics. The study also states that there is more that can be done to help heavy drinkers to cut down on their alcohol intake. The results suggested that 9 out of 10 people who drink too much are not addicts, and that the behavior can be changed.

Nov, 21, 2014, 11:48 AM

Tiny Peruvian Glow Worm with Unique Attack Method Found in Peru

The half-inch long Peruvian glow worm, which was just discovered, packs a punch despite its small size.

Nov, 21, 2014, 11:14 AM

Corn, Rice, Wheat and Soybean Contribute to Carbon Dioxide Levels and Climate Change

The United Nations and world governments are blaming industrial facilities and greenhouse gas emissions as contributing to climate change, but a new study has revealed that four crops, corn, rice, wheat and soybean, are playing large roles in the climate change game.

Nov, 21, 2014, 10:39 AM

Barley Was the Key to Allowing Humans to Master the Tibetan Plateau

A study involving humans living at high altitudes found that people most likely moved to the Tibetan Plateau 3,600 years ago. The findings were announced Thursday after researchers examined 53 archeological sites in Qinghai province in China.

Nov, 20, 2014, 05:19 PM

Volcano Eruptions Play a Crucial Role in Reducing Global Warming

Volcano eruptions in areas from Iceland to Alaska play a crucial role in reducing global warming.

Nov, 20, 2014, 02:53 PM

Louisiana Black Bear Population Making a Comeback

Louisiana is trying to bring the black bear back. A new study by the United States Geological Survey showed that the Louisiana black bear is reportedly going to survive for another 100 years. The data reveals that the bear, which is listed as threatened, is increasing in population so fast that officials are discussing delisting it from the the list of threatened species.

Nov, 20, 2014, 02:07 PM

NOAA Says 2014 Poised to be Hottest Year Ever

Earth is on pace to experience its hottest year since records began being kept, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.

Nov, 20, 2014, 01:09 PM

New Stick Pads Lets Humans Climb Walls Like a Gecko

Stanford University researchers led by Mark Cutkosky were able to create a gecko inspired climbing system which allows for humans to climb glass walls using just a pair of hand-sized sticky pads.

Nov, 20, 2014, 12:06 PM

Black Hole Appears to Have Been Kicked Out of Its Galaxy

A strange source of light in a galaxy 90 million light-years away has been discovered after decades of observations from NASA's Swift satellite.

Nov, 20, 2014, 11:15 AM

Women in High Heels More Likely to Get Help From Men

Women wearing high heels are more likely to receive help from men, a new study has found. The research also found that men find women in heels more attractive.

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