Brazilian paleontologists proudly put on display a skeleton of a crocodile that roamed the earth in the time
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A quake that rattled Southern California Monday afternoon was centered just a few miles from a 4.9 earthquake that struck the area 11 days ago.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have excavated fossils of a herbivorous dinosaur which lived 180 million years ago at
The thousands of oval lakes that dot Alaska’s North Slope are some of the fastest-growing lakes on the planet. Ranging in size from puddles to more than 15 miles in length, ...
The cost of rebuilding North Yorkshire's flood-damaged roads and bridges is expected to top £3m. Roads, bridges and property in areas around Helmsley and ...
Three planets - Saturn, Venus and Mercury -- will align around sunset tonight. Look towards the western sky.
In Alaska, thousands of mysterious lakes are all the same shape and have grown steadily for thousands of years, the geological record shows. They are the fastest growing lakes known in the world.
British astronomers today (June 24th) saw the first images from an ambitious new programme of discovery, the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS).
Two separate mild earthquakes measuring 3.5 and 3.2 on Richter scale hit cities of Esfarayen and Kazeroun respectivelty, in northeast and south of Iran Sunday evening.
The Golden Gate Bridge. The Hollywood sign. The San Andreas Fault. Maybe it's not the geologic feature a state would embrace as a cultural icon ...
This week star gazers will be able to witness a rare cosmic event, with three planets lining up in a "twilight" display, which can be seen without the aid of telescopes.
A spectacular, and challenging, side trip on any excursion to the Big Island of Hawaii is a visit to the lava flows of Kilauea volcano.
Honolulu – While tsunami-affected nations of the Indian Ocean region are working to create their own early warning systems for a range of natural
Ozone levels drop as a hurricane gathers strength, researchers have found, and this knowledge will provide