The dino-era terror is a surprise, because most other known pterosaurs from the last days of the Cretaceous were supersized.
The Fujiwhara Effect can lead to unusual weather conditions.
The skin’s placement could be a hoax—or evidence of “Wessie,” a supposedly massive snake that recently has grown into a local legend.
An annular eclipse on September 1 will blot out the sun for viewers across Africa and Madagascar.
An unprecedented census gives a sobering baseline for managing what’s left of Africa’s elephants.
Some French officials don’t want women to wear burkinis. But how did today’s tiny bathing suits become the standard?
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