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Deep-sea creatures devour whale carcass, photos and video reveal

By Christopher Carbone

Marine scientists onboard a research vessel that searches for new discoveries in the ocean's depths stumbled upon something quite rare on Wednesday: the skeletal remains of a 16-foot long whale.

Great white shark captured off US coast with gash on head was bitten by even bigger shark, experts say

By Stephen Sorace

A new photo showing a disfigured great white shark that was recently captured off the U.S. coast has experts guessing that the nearly 13-foot, 1,200-pound apex predator was attacked by an even bigger shark.

WWII-era racy paintings discovered at English nursing home

By Chris Ciaccia

Workers renovating a room for a new resident at a nursing home discovered racy paintings dating back to World War II beneath the wallpaper.

Kansas sisters discover β€˜ancient’ bear skull along Arkansas River

By Stephen Sorace

A pair of sisters from Kansas made a “grizzly” discovery when they found what experts have called an “ancient” bear skull that was buried along a river while on a summer kayaking trip.

World's fastest ant runs equivalent of 360 mph

By Chris Ciaccia

The speed of the fastest ant in the world has been recorded, traveling at 108 times its body length in a single second.

Amazon fish's 'bulletproof vest' is piranha protection

By Chris Ciaccia

A fish in the Amazon River basin has developed a "bulletproof vest" to protect itself from piranhas' nasty bite.

4,000-year-old mummies showed early signs of heart disease

By Mindy Weisberger - Senior Writer

Four-thousand-year-old mummies have cholesterol buildup in their arteries, suggesting that heart disease was likely more common in ancient times than once thought, according to a new study.

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Ancient Egyptian 'industrial zone' uncovered in Luxor's 'Valley of the Monkeys'

By Christopher Carbone

New archaeological discoveries were made in Luxor, including an "industrial zone," according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.

In Pompeii, scientists unearth gladiator fresco

By Christopher Carbone

Archeologists have unearthed a stunningly realistic fresco of gladiators in action amidst ongoing excavation in the ruins of Pompeii.

Alexei Leonov, 1st human to walk in space, dies in Moscow

MOSCOW (AP) — Alexei Leonov, the legendary Soviet cosmonaut who became the first human to walk in space 54 years ago — and who nearly didn't make it back into his space capsule — has died in Moscow at 85.

NASA shows off new spacesuits as return to the Moon gets closer

By Chris Ciaccia

NASA is making preparations for sending humans back to the Moon by 2024 and in doing so, has shown off the latest spacesuits that astronauts will wear on their return trip.

Da Vinci bridge design stuns researchers 500 years later

By Chris Ciaccia

Perhaps the most famous painter, inventor and sculptor ever, Leonardo da Vinci's name resonates in the annals of history. While he may be best known for works such as the "Mona Lisa" and "Salvador Mundi," a bridge design he created for the Ottoman Empire could be his most awe-inspiring work.

Enormous lion terrifies photographer with loud roar β€” then smiles at him

By Chris Ciaccia

Gren Sowerby from England got the "shock of his life" while photographing a lion in Kenya while on a safari. But instead of attacking Sowerby, the lion appeared to smile at the startled photographer.