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Indiana hiker spots huge snake hanging from tree branch

By Madeline Farber

A hiker in Zionsville, Indiana was in for a slithery surprise when she came across a huge eastern rat snake hanging from a tree branch.

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Sonar anomaly leads to discovery of 500-year-old shipwreck in North Sea

By Tom Metcalfe Live Science Contributor

Salvagers looking for steel shipping containers at the bottom of the North Sea have discovered a 500-year-old Dutch shipwreck holding a cargo of tons of copper.

NASA wants to send astronauts to the Moon’s mysterious South Pole

By Chris Ciaccia

As President Trump continues to push America's space exploration program forward and have astronauts return to the Moon by 2024, NASA is attempting to do its part – it wants to send astronauts to the Moon's South Pole, a mysterious region that has never been explored by man.

China to explore asteroids and comets in upcoming mission

By Chris Ciaccia

Following the successful landing of its Chang'e 4 spacecraft on the far side of the Moon, China is looking to expand its space program by exploring an asteroid and a comet within the next three years.

There's a tiny, bright magnetar photobombing our galaxy's supermassive black hole

By Rafi Letzter Staff Writer

There's a bright magnetar photobombing the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, frustrating astronomers' efforts to study the black hole — called Sagittarius A* — using X-ray telescopes.

Indiana farmers uncover ancient mastodon bones

Workers installing a new sewer on an Indiana farm made a mammoth discovery this week — 13,000-year-old mastodon bones.

Slave in Ancient Rome became the empire’s chariot-racing superstar

By Mindy Weisberger Senior Writer

During the first century, people across Rome were obsessed with chariot races, which frequently produced horrific crashes.

America’s first woman astronaut candidate dead at 88

By Frank Miles

America’s first female astronaut candidate, pilot Jerrie Cobb, who pushed for equality in space but never reached its heights, has died.

Rare Kakapo parrot produces strong breeding season, scientists say

By Elizabeth Zwirz

The kakapo, a rare parrot that resides in New Zealand, has reportedly had quite a few babies as of late, marking an impressive mating season.

Here's what Scotland's dogs looked like 4,500 years ago

By Laura Geggel Associate Editor

The re-created, three-dimensional face of a dog that lived 4,500 years ago in Scotland is so realistic, you almost want to reach out and pet its thick fur.

Amateur treasure hunters find 14th-century coins worth estimated $200G

By Chris Ciaccia

A group of amateur treasure hunters in England found a horde of gold and silver coins from the 14th-century that could be worth nearly $200,000 according to experts.

'Giant lion' fossils discovered in museum drawer

By Chris Ciaccia

An extinct species of giant mammal has been identified after its bones were discovered in a Kenyan museum drawer decades after being unearthed.

Great white shark weighing 1,668 pounds spotted off Florida Panhandle, researchers say

By Stephen Sorace

A 1,688-pound female great white shark called Miss Costa was spotted this week swimming in the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida panhandle, according to researchers

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