Meet The Harpy Eagle, The Amazonian Raptor Named After A Greek Myth
With a 6.5-foot wingspan and talons the size of a bear's claw, the harpy eagle is a predator of epic proportions. But sadly, this majestic bird is now at risk of disappearing for good.
27 Jaw-Dropping Science Images From 2020 That You May Have Missed
The best science photos of the year will take you from the Siberian permafrost to a radish garden in space.
The 9 Most Incredible Space News Stories From 2020
From a glow-in-the-dark moon to a planet where it rains diamonds, this is the most fascinating space news of 2020.
French Treasure Hunter Busted With Massive Hoard Of 27,000 Looted Artifacts
The man was arrested after investigators seized the vast trove of looted artifacts from his home.
Alabama Police Bust Illegal Winery Operating Inside A Sewage Facility
Authorities searched the wastewater facility following an anonymous tip.
A British Plumber Just Discovered A New ‘Sea Dragon’ Dinosaur Species
"I'm very pleased that this ichthyosaur has been found to be new to science, and I'm very honoured for it to be named after me."
11 Astounding Science News Stories That Made Us See The World Differently In 2020
Freaky hybrid fish, a mummy's reconstructed voice, and a prehistoric megapredator are a few of the most illuminating scientific breakthroughs that defined this year.
An Artifact From Egypt’s Great Pyramid Was Just Found In A Cigar Box In Scotland
The 5,000-year-old piece of cedar wood is one of only three items that were removed from the Great Pyramid during a 19th-century excavation.
German Police Rescue $340,000 Painting From Garbage After It Was Mistakenly Left At The Airport
The painting was an untitled piece by 20th-century French artist Yves Tanguy, whose artworks were compared to the likes of Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.
Japan’s ‘Twitter Killer’ Who Stalked Suicidal Victims Online Gets Death Sentence
Takahiro Shiraishi was arrested in 2017 after nine decapitated bodies were found stored in his apartment.
Why Does The Netherlands Have A Christmas Character That Wears Blackface And Steals Children?
Dutch Christmas celebrations include a blackface character called Zwarte Piet, who's based on 19th-century minstrel shows.