Cross breeding led to ancient elephants adapting and surviving in different regions across the world over time.
Scientists found a fourth ultraluminous X-ray source, which they identified as a neutron star, located in the Whirlpool galaxy.
Scientists plan to capture antimatter in a jar and drive it in a lorry to a lab in a bid to find out what super-dense stars are made of.
The Earth has seen a large number of asteroid visitors lately.
The adage "evolve or die" still holds true for living organisms and scientists have found direct evidence of it working.
The Large Magellanic Cloud, just outside the Milky Way where stars are born, has the capacity to also build life.
War in space will not look as good as Star Wars, rather, it will simply wipe out communications, destabilise economies and create clouds of high speed debris.
Nasa's Odyssey spacecraft was flying 5,615km away from Phobos and nearly 20,000km away from Deimos when the images were captured.
This study is the first to suggest that male-to-male competition and female mating choices may have influenced the evolution of proboscis monkeys' nose.
The ice shelf was first found to be warming, but now it seems to have started to freeze.
The computer scientist analysed data related to large wars that took place over the last two centuries.
Scientists recently collected over 100 deep sea species off the coast of Australia.
Global warming could cause the Svalbard Global Seed Vault to flood and these upgrades are countermeasures.
In a recent Reddit AMA session, futurist Michio Kaku detailed how the first contact with alien life could turn out.
Egypt's Antiquities Ministry says the discovery is "just the beginning" and that it could take up to five years to retrieve all the artefacts.
The robotic spacecraft landed on the Red Planet in 2008 to explore its surface and atmospheric history and find evidence of water.
Scientists say that if deforestation extends 20% of its original area, it may be too late to save the Amazon rainforest.
The Juno probe was hovering above Jupiter's clouds, around 137,264 to 200,937 km away, when it captured the time-lapse sequence of images.