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'Wolf-like' creature shot near Montana ranch puzzles experts

Bizarre theories have circulated online that it could be a werewolf or relative of Bigfoot<p><b>US wildlife experts are baffled by a "wolf-like" animal that was killed by a Montana farmer.</b><p>The rancher near the town of Denton shot the creature last week when it came within several hundred metres of his …

Wildlife

Man's body lay undiscovered and hit by HUNDREDS of London Underground trains after staff mistook it for FOX

A man's dead body lay undiscovered and was hit by hundreds of London Underground trains after it was mistaken for a FOX.<p>The victim, 47, remained on …

Life expectancy in Britain has fallen so much that a million years of life could disappear by 2058 – why?

Buried deep in a note towards the end of a recent bulletin published by the British government’s statistical agency was a startling revelation. On …

Lunar trifecta: Rare 'super blue blood moon' will light the sky this week

<b>(CNN) —</b> Set your alarms, space fans -- if you can drag yourself out of bed on Wednesday, you're in for a treat.<p>The pre-dawn hours of January 31 will play host to an incredibly rare celestial convergence -- a "super blue blood moon."<p>To prepare you for the lunar triple whammy, here's your …

Super Blue Blood Moon

In Cave in Israel, Scientists Find Jawbone Fossil From Oldest Modern Human Out of Africa

Scientists on Thursday announced the discovery of a fossilized human jawbone in a collapsed cave in Israel that they said is between 177,000 and 194,000 years old.<p>If confirmed, the find may rewrite the early migration story of our species, pushing back by about 50,000 years the time that Homo …

Anthropology

Neuroscientist Predicts 'Much Better Treatment' For Alzheimer's Is 10 Years Away

British neuroscientist Joseph Jebelli first set out to study Alzheimer's because of his grandfather, who developed the disease when Jebelli was 12.<p>In the years that followed, Jebelli watched as his grandfather's memory started to disappear. But Jebelli points out that although a certain amount of …

Dementia

What to watch in science this year

Space observatories and probes will be launched. Gene editing is expected to move further into medicine. And immunotherapies for treating cancer need …

Genetics

Top 8 Must-See Sky Events for 2018

Get ready to see amazing eclipses, a comet encounter, planetary pairings, and more celestial wonders.<p>The year ahead offers many heavenly delights for sky-watchers, including a pair of lunar eclipses and a comet with potentially surprising brightness.<p>While scores of amazing astronomical phenomena …

Astronomy

Heartbreaking photos of Manila's slum children working at deadly charcoal kilns

In the poorest slum areas around Manila, children as young as three spend their days sitting in soot and breathing in coal dust and toxic smoke as …

The world banded together to heal the ozone layer, and now NASA says it's working

Earth's infamous ozone hole won't fully recover for another half-century, but NASA has its best evidence yet that this massive environmental scar is …

Apple iPhone X Improves Availability as iMac Pro Launches

For Apple customers looking to buy the latest and greatest tech from the company, it’s been a good week.<p>Over the last several days, some of Apple’s …

Massive Black Hole Reveals When The First Stars Blinked On

Scientists have just discovered a supermassive black hole that existed surprisingly early in the history of the universe, and the puzzling find is shedding new light on when the first stars blinked on.<p>Astronomers spotted the black hole, the most distant ever found, sitting inside a bright object so …

The experimental study is the first to directly show harm to songbirds, extending the known impacts of neonicotinoids beyond insects<p>The world’s most widely used insecticide may cause migrating songbirds to lose their sense of direction and suffer drastic weight loss, according to new research.<p>The …

Birds

Samsung's graphene batteries could charge your phone in 12 minutes

While persistent efforts in phone design and software optimization have got us to the point where our handsets can now last a day on a single charge, there’s work to be done yet if we’re heading for a future rife with VR and AR apps.<p>To that end, Samsung says it’s inching closer to making better …

Electric Vehicles