Just call them "Arne" and "Sebastian." Those are the monikers given to the two separate heads of one baby salamander that was born last week in a lab in Israel.
Two new species of so-called pseudoscorpions have been discovered in a cave on the northern rim of the Grand Canyon.
A real-life balloon animal that once lived in the ancient sea looks like a bird's nest in fossil form.
Triceratops and other horned dinosaurs once thrived in North America, but paleontologists have long wondered how the group originally made it to the continent
The rarest and most endangered marine mammal in the world could go extinct in four years without stepped-up enforcement measures, new research suggests
A detailed X-ray video of a modern bird foot is revealing the secrets of dinosaur tracks set down more than 250 million years ago
A new distance record has been set in the strange world of quantum teleportation
Even history’s greatest minds need reminding that “haters gonna hate,” at least according to a recently digitized letter from Albert Einstein to Marie Curie.
Vikings may have been family men who traveled with their wives to new lands, according to a new study of ancient Viking DNA
Researchers have revisited the site of a ship that has been lost beneath the waves for more than 60 years, nearly a half-mile below the ocean surface off the Hawaiian island of...