Local residents took to social media to report light shaking felt across the region, but no injuries or damage were reported.
The creatures were isolated millions of years ago when the continents were shifting around the planet, researchers say.
Some chickens like to travel far. Others like to stick near the chicken coup. New research links a chicken's personality and ranging behavior to impulse control.
Archaeologists have described a "unique" find dating back thousands of years ago to Neolithic Europe. Researchers say it is just the second ring of its kind found in Denmark.
Findings come over 30 years after the Montreal Protocol was introduced.
Volcano experts say the danger of another eruption remains high, with more than 100 tremors reported since Wednesday.
The popular running shoe is reportedly set to be banned when World Athletics announces new regulations.
A German tourist has suffered severe leg injuries in a possible shark attack on a beach in southern Thailand.
Researchers identified a naturally-occurring molecule in the brain that targets the same receptors as marijuana, possibly explaining why people find the drug relaxing.
The oceans absorb vast amounts of heat and it is causing global average sea temperatures to rise. The last ten years (and 2019 in particular) have been the hottest on record.
New data shows that plant cover has extended further up the Himalayas, a change that is likely to impact the millions of people who live downstream.
Almost a decade after the nuclear disaster, wildlife photos show the site is becoming a hotbed of local wildlife.
According to CNEOS data, there are 14 asteroids predicted to pass Earth this week. The largest of which is wider than the Empire State Building is tall.
Research looking at audience enjoyment of "The Last Jedi" suggests watching a film with overly high (or low) expectations can wreck your enjoyment.
Ben Workman, of Springville, Utah, has cybernetic implants, which are computer chips embedded under the skin that allow you to perform different functions.
Researchers at Newcastle University say they have observed the development of Type 2 diabetes for the first time, confirming a decade-old theory on what triggers the condition.
The anglerfish was filmed during a dive off the southwest coast of Florida on November 19.
An international team of linguists, anthropologists, psychologists, computer scientists, and statisticians worked on the study.
Researchers have observed the faint glow of "gas halos" around galaxies hosting supermassive black holes.
Bans could do "more harm than good" by leading people back to smoking, according to experts.
Silicon Valley wants to do for medicine what it's done for retail, finance and other sectors of modern life. Here's what that digital revolution could mean for you.
Scientists monitored rats reaction to stress over a 21-day period to find out what brain mechanisms affected their susceptibility or resilience to anhedonia.
IBM's Project Debater took part in a debate for and against artificial intelligence alongside to two humans. The case in favor of AI achieved a narrow victory.
"My mind was blown," a co-author of the study told Newsweek of the finding.
Researchers spent five years painstakingly creating a database which features music created by people around the world.
Kiss, the rock icons, boarded a cruise in Australia to play for a very specific audience: great white sharks.
Study shows how the brain can adapt after major surgery to enable the body to function normally.
Levels of high confidence in scientists continues to hover around 40 percent despite concerns that the Trump Administration would attempt to undermine and discredit scientific information.
The Student Religious Liberties Act prevents teachers from penalizing students from "religious expression" in their work, which critics argue could lead to students giving incorrect answers based on their faith.