Fossils of extinct squidlike creatures called ammonites located in a rock layer very close to the boundary between the Permian and Triassic periods.
New research suggests there is ice water up there, in craters at the poles where it’s dark and cold.
Alfalfa leafcutter bees and their brood cells in a hut built by Jim Watts, who runs a business providing bees to farmers out of Ontario, Ore.
Humpback whales in the southern oceans around Antarctica appear to be breeding successfully, recovering their population.
The astronauts named by NASA to fly on commercial spacecraft made by Boeing and SpaceX to and from the International Space Station: From left, Sunita Williams, Cmdr. Josh Cassada, Eric Boe, Lt. Col. Nicole Mann, Christopher Ferguson, Douglas Hurley, Col. Bob Behnken, Col. Mike Hopkins and Cmdr. Victor Glover.
The spotted lanternfly can lay eggs on almost any surface and feeds on a broad range of plants, including many commercial crops.
A screen grab of Emily Graslie's channel, The Brain Scoop, from a recent episode about skunk dissection.
This mummified, severed head was recovered from an ancient Egyptian tomb in 1915. Scientists needed to collect DNA to figure out whom the head belonged to.
Zhong Zhong, one of two cloned monkeys at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. They are the first primates cloned by transferring DNA into fetal cells.
“Decoding Watson,” a new film about Dr. James D. Watson, explores the gulf between his scientific brilliance and his views on race.
A Spirobranchus worm, commonly called the Christmas tree worm, on a coral reef near Eilat, Israel.
Dragonfly, a proposed dual-quadcopter lander that would explore Saturn’s moon, Titan, was one of two finalists in NASA’s New Frontiers competition.
Microscopic tubular structures found within red garnets may be caused by the burrowing of microorganisms.
S. Alan Stern, center, New Horizons’ principal investigator, surrounded by children at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md., on Tuesday.
One of the 2.1 million-year-old artifacts, right, recovered from a gully in western China, left, suggest that hominins may have left Africa far earlier than previously believed.
Game warden Keith Knighton, left, with a buck shot by Brodie McDonald during a special hunt to check for chronic wasting disease in deer in Montana last month.
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