It may be hard to imagine towering Tyrannosaurus rex as tiny, but the toothy Cretaceous giant didn’t spring from an egg fully grown.
Scientists just blasted pottery from an ancient shipwreck with a “ray gun.”
Millions of years before the ground trembled under the footfalls of T. rex â€? the so-called “king of the dinosaurs” â€? a forested Antarctica was home to an iguana-size “lizard king.”
When the United States launched its first secret “spy satellites,” in the 1960s, the onboard cameras captured never-before-seen views of Earth’s surface.
WASHINGTON — An enormous pyramid-like structure in Indonesia that may represent the remains of an ancient temple hid underground for thousands of years.
WASHINGTON — To find life on Mars, scientists may need to give up surface exploration and “go deep.”
WASHINGTON — The history of maritime vessels in the U.S. is preserved in an unlikely place — at the bottom of a river.
WASHINGTON — A historic Transylvanian castle that may have once imprisoned Vlad the Impaler — likely inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula — still stands today.
A sinuous swamp salamander with spots like a leopard and Christmas-tree-shaped fronds growing from its head hid from scientists for decades.
The ground is shifting under Iran’s capital, Tehran, home to approximately 15 million people and the biggest city by population in western Asia.