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They were some of the strangest animals to walk the Earth: wombats as big as hippos, sloths larger than bears, four-tusked elephants, and an armadillo that would have dwarfed a VW Beetle. They flourished
"A complex, multi-stage process." Scientists have long puzzled over just how the core of our planet was formed, and new research out of Stanford University suggests that it could have been a long and process.
Comet exploded 28 million years ago over Egypt, new study suggests. Saharan glass and a brooch belonging to King Tut provide the first evidence of a comet directly impacting Earth, a new study claims.
A major feature of the Earth has escaped notice — until now. Scientists reported Thursday that they've discovered a vast canyon, twice as long as the Grand Canyon. It carves a deep scar from the center
Back in 2008, researchers discovered a massive hydrothermal vent system in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, between Greenland and Norway. This is basically a group of enormous undersea volcanoes, more than 7,500
A NASA spacecraft has found evidence of geological activity under the surface of the icy moon. A phrase to make your ears perk up: Yet another of Saturn's moons may have "astrobiological potential," NASA
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How the turtle shell evolved has puzzled scientists for years, but new research sheds light on how their hard shells were formed. Scientists say the ancient fossil skeleton of an extinct South African
Fear of buccaneers opens a vast "data hole" in the Indian Ocean. During 32 years of fieldwork in the deserts of Ethiopia, Tim White, the eminent American paleoanthropologist, has brazened through every
A debate over what to do in the face of rising seas and sinking land Part of our weekly "In Focus" series—stepping back, looking closer. When Terry Serigny was growing up in Leeville, Louisiana, in the
Chile and Argentina have ordered the evacuation of some 3,000 people living near the Copahue volcano in the south of their shared border. The authorities in both countries issued a red alert - the highest