The snake is named Cenaspis aenigma, Latin for "mysterious dinner snake."
Richard Branson and Fabien Cousteau dove to the bottom of the Blue Hole in December.
The veteran broadcaster and naturalist appealed to political and business leaders to work together to protect the planet.
Scientists have previously predicted the existence of a large planet lurking in the farthest reaches of the Solar System. However, no observational evidence for this world has been found to date.
Shark provides new insight to the “fantastic world” of creatures that existed 67 million years ago.
Vampire bats' venom contains a compound that could revolutionize the treatment of serious medical conditions, researchers say.
The animals were discovered deep in the Gulf of California—home to some of the most low-oxygen waters in the world.
Newsweek rounds up some of the best Super Blood Wolf Moon photos captured by professional photographers around the world.
From the first moon landings to vertigo-inducing space walks and high-resolution images of deserts, glaciers and cities on our planet.
A panorama photograph of British World War Two military motorbikes deep inside a shipwreck in the Red Sea sees German photographer Tobias Friedrich named Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018. Friedrich's photograph beat more than 5,000 entries by underwater photographers from around the world.
Here's how to watch the twin supermoon and total lunar eclipse event online.
In an attempt to be either funny or ironic, President Donald Trump started his Sunday by launching into several Twitter rants, including a thinly veiled, recycled punchline directed at the...
In a video uploaded on Friday, the 28-year-old stareds somberly at the camera and announced: “It’s this sort of video again.”
Data from Cassini's "death dive" reveals Saturn’s rings could be just 10 million years old.
"No result like this had ever been described anywhere in the animal kingdom," said study author Daisy Robinton.
The perception of something as basic as whether an object is convex or concave is not reliably the same across people and populations.
The company has proposed using a formation of tiny satellites known as CubeSats, which will orbit the Earth at an altitude of around 280 miles