Timber mill workers in search of wild pigs found the Godzilla of amphibians in the bush one day last month.
Recent studies on finds from a 2020 excavation of the Oaklawn Cemetery are closer to be being affirmatively identified as artifacts left behind from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
The 110 tombs contained a variety of archaeological artifacts, including pottery, jewelry, kitchenware, and, of course, human remains.
On Wednesday, a contractor doing a routine project on a family home made a shocking discovery buried in their yard.
In a weird coincidence, the rings were found in the same spot that they were found in a novel about the legend of the rings.
As well as a brain-like item, the mysterious package also contained flowers and what appears to be foreign currency.
The shark was later euthanized, as animal control officials found that it was injured.
A 3-inch tooth was found on a dirt path in Eglin Reservation, northwest Florida. Paleontologists suspect it came from a quarry.
Conservationists say they rediscovered a rare species of glass frog, the Bolivian Cochran frog, during a rescue mission in Carrasco National Park. The frog has not been seen in Bolivia for 18 years.
Researchers claim to have identified its author using signs from the shape of the 'e's to the "rampant lion" watermarks.
A century-old message from two bricklayers was recently discovered at Montclair State University in New Jersey.
The notorious mass murderer once again trended on social media following the airing of new documentary "Ted Bundy: Mind of a Monster."
The six-part docuseries, produced by Emmy-winning filmmakers Simon Fuller and John Downer, premieres Sunday.
The fourth season of the robot fighting show airs on the Discovery Channel on June 7.
The canyon was first found by Europeans in 1541.
These pests might be more of a threat to livestock than to humans, but so far none have been found with any human diseases.
In a race against tunneling looters, archaeologists stumbled on an "extraordinary" discovery just outside where the lost city walls once stood.
The cave stretches more than 200 miles.
"The secular science community has no viable answers to explain remarkable finds like these."
Fishing was so central to the inhabitants of that era that it took on a spiritual meaning, not just a practical one.
A major advance in synthetic biology was made public this week.