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Almost everything was on the menu for Deinosuchus, the monstrous “terror crocodile” that roamed Earth about 75 to 82 million years ago.
On the South Pacific Society Islands in French Polynesian, there are only a few survivors of the rosy wolf snail.
The Australian National University created a fingerprint of seismic waves to pinpoint the inner core's properties, which turned out to be softer than previously thought.
Scientists believe a huge bubble surrounds our solar system, called the Oort Cloud. The huge bubble is the farthest region of our solar system and considered a home to “long-period” comets.
Loud is one of the many words one might use to describe a rocket launching into space. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
When lightning hits a sandy beach, it creates otherworldly glass sculptures known as fulgurites or “petrified lightning.” Find out how to spot them on your next beach vacation.
Much like the mosquito locked in fossilized amber from the movie Jurassic Park; A lizard that had been locked in Burmese amber for 99 million years has given new clues about a time when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Amazelab’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Researchers used poop stains to track down new emperor penguin colonies. They say these act as "canaries in the coalmine" and will show how penguins adapt to climate change slowly melting away their breeding grounds.
Researchers have been puzzled by one of the brightest star explosions ever since it happened in 1987... and they may finally have answers after spotting a bright "blob" of dust.
Scientists have found lava tubes on Mars and the moon are so wide, they could be prime real estate for humans to set up shop.
We all know Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were the first humans to set foot on the moon in 1969, but how many people have walked on the lunar surface in total?
The bizarre Winchester Mystery House, built between 1886 and 1922, boasts secret passages, dead ends, and countless other architectural oddities. It may in fact be a ‘haunted house’ by design.
Over 9,000 bodies have been found in a UK burial ground dating back to the 1700’s that’s now being dug up in order to make way for a highway. Amazelab’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Flea beetles’ powerful jump produces about 100-200 times more power than a rally car engine. For the first time, scientists have gained insight into the mechanics of its hind legs and how it can be used to propel bionic limb technology.
Scientists wanted to figure out why volcanoes on the Galapagos Islands were so "boring," but instead, the team found they are hiding an explosive secret.
While NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory had its eye on the sun, it captured a unique lunar transit that makes it appear to suddenly reverse course.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured the celestial creepy crawler that's fighting to produce a star as it gets blasted by powerful stellar winds.
Archeologists from the U.S. and Mexico have found evidence that humans may have been in the Americas 20,000 years before previously thought. AmazeLab’s Johana Restrepo has more.
It’s what the inventor of the device says could be the future and solve the smartphone zombie problem.
Astronomers were searching for the building blocks of life in a giant dust cloud at the Milky Way's center, but discovered a bunch of fruity space booze instead.