A grey seal found with a yellow frisbee embedded in her neck was released back into the wild after undergoing five months of rehabilitation at an RSPCA centre.
An archaeologist noted a small error in Egyptian pyramids and conducted a series of tests to posit how ancient Egyptians would have built these massive structures.
The storm – the largest in the solar system – is about to calm down and will eventually cease to exist.
Jellyfish is a regular meal in Asian countries and the Danish team behind the crisps research believe it could make it more mainstream for Western culture.
Men who suffer from chronic alcohol dependence have a higher chance of suffering from progressive deterioration in cognitive ability.
Astronauts can live in the suit for six days without taking it off. Food and waste will remain in the suit.
Researchers are exploring the depths of the merged Sac Actun and Dos Ojos underwater caves and believe the site could also be connected to other closely-located systems.
It was previously believed that the ancient islanders became extinct around 30 years after European colonisers made first contact with them.
Cassini was more than 600,000km away from Saturn when the images for the mosaic were taken.
Frankie, short from Frankenkitten, was found with a deformed eye that needed to be removed and an extra set of ears. Now he's found a loving home.
The creature was fully formed right after birth and had all required features to swim, eat, and survive in deep ocean waters.
A lioness in Oklahoma City Zoo has developed a small mane, leading vets to try and figure out what could be causing the unusual growth.
A group of researchers, which believed fossil records were too scattered to be used, made the breakthrough discovery using an approach called 'molecular clock'.
In a study involving hazelnuts, interesting results have emerged regarding the abilities of the two squirrel species
Sacrificial animals would die quickly after being exposed to large quantities of carbon dioxide that was present in the temple's inner caves.
Scientists are hopeful that by injecting human stem cells into sheep embryos, the animals once grown, will have human organs that can be used for transplants.
Heavy rains caused a landslide at a garbage mound in Mozambique which crushed seven houses and killed at least 17 people.
Due to an increase in patterns of intense weather, the Environment Agency warns the public to prepare for higher risk of flooding.
The spacecraft's original mission was just for two years and has seen five extensions.
The only known Roman boxing gloves have been found near Hadrian's Wall in the latest treasure unearthed at the Vindolanda.