John Bloodsworth allegedly tossed his son into the waves and left the 5-year-old to struggle to stay afloat for roughly 12-15 minutes.
Dan Skowronski, a local resident in Port St. Lucie, captured footage of the invasion and posted it on social media.
The aquifer stretches from Massachusetts to New Jersey—the biggest formation of its kind ever found.
An international team of scientists is about to embark on a four-year-long study on the Earth's second biggest ocean.
The creatures pack a powerful sting that can be excruciatingly painful to humans, and in very rare cases, may cause death.
The creatures have no digestive tract, and instead rely on bacteria living them inside to produce hydrogen sulfide for nutrition.
A passenger aboard the MS Amsterdam cruise ship said a missing woman was feared overboard so the captain turned his vessel around to search for her.
Islanders call Saba "The Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean" for its pristine landscapes and striking biodiversity as well as the absence of crowds, chain stores, and cruise ship throngs.
The ARA San Juan was lost with 44 crew aboard.
Multiple pilots reported fast-moving bright lights flying alongside their aircraft.
Thermal anomalies are areas of the Earth which satellites flag as "unusually warm."
The tropical storm spiraled to a Category 2 hurricane in the space of six hours on Tuesday and could clip Canada, but will likely weaken before nearing Newfoundland.
The pumpkin-colored crustacean is lucky to be alive after showing up in a Massachusetts supermarket shipping crate.
Sea levels rose six times faster than the global average between 2011 and 2015 in the "hot spot."
Undersea lines across the Atlantic are crucial for communication and trillion-dollar trade, but Russian ships have reportedly been moving near known cable routes.
An estimated 1.3 million gators live in the Sunshine State.
Hurricane Irma is the most powerful storm ever observed in the Atlantic basin, outside of the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, and it's picking up speed.
The ship is carrying 3,600 tons of cargo and 300 tons of fuel.
The last January hurricane in the Atlantic was in 1955.