It's official, the Philippines has the earth's largest known caldera. In a recently-published study, titled "Benham Rise unveiled: Morphology and structure of an Eocene large igneous province in the West
Tokyo is a noodle lover’s dream. In 2017, the city was home to no less than 3,200 ramen shops, each offering its own nuanced take on what began as a humble Chinese dish and eventually achieved Michelin-level
This stunning image from the Chinese province of Qinghai titled “The Moment,” by photographer Yongqing Bao, which frames the standoff between a Tibetan fox and a marmot seemingly frozen in an impending
Pokémon games aren’t exactly known for their challenge, especially not when it comes to random encounters. But that might be about to change with the next big installment in the monster-collecting franchise.
A Brazilian biologist who specializes in spiders — and who likes heavy metal — has discovered four new spider species and named them after hard rock musicians from Iron Maiden, Scorpions, Def Leppard the
The sand dunes of the northern Sahara are home to the fastest ants in the world, according to researchers who clocked the insects foraging for food in the blistering midday sun. Video footage reveals ants
Harry Potter’s "invisibility cloak" appears closer to reality as Canadian camouflage manufacturer Hyperstealth Biotechnology has applied for patents on its "Quantum Stealth" material. The "inexpensive
(CNN) — A key population of humpback whales is in recovery after it was pushed close to extinction by centuries of exploitation, according to a new study. Western South Atlantic humpbacks were reduced