Articles by Claire Toureille
Ozone layer could have been depleted by volcanic eruptions letting in dangerous levels of UV rays from the sun to bring about the Great Dying.
Six ancient wells have been discovered in Central China. They push back the history of wells and irrigation in China by 2,000 years.
Trapped bombardier beetle emits toxic spray to make toad throw up and release it. Do not mess with that beetle's juice.
A Peta activist was spotted discussing the fur trade while only wearing a white bikini, bunny ear, tail and a pair of gloves near the Olympics rings of Pyeongchang, South Korea.
British backpackers get rude awakening as overnight flooding pushes up level of crocodile-infested waters, forcing trio to wait for help on roof of van.
Two fishermen decided to save stranded animals from crocodiles infested waters in Australia on February 1. They saved two wallabies and a wild boar.
The picture of a widower sitting by his wife's casket in a Kentucky funeral home has gone viral on Facebook. The photographer said she shared it per the man's family's request.
Maltreated chihuahuas, bulldogs and Jack Russells among puppies found living in cages in disgusting conditions in veterinary watchdog raid.
The Winter Games 2018 are finally here. Here are six reasons to watch the Pyeongchang games if you ever needed one.
Two glasses of antioxidant-rich red wine helps spinal fluid clear brain of toxins associated with types of dementia.
Nasa focuses on encouraging astronauts to eat more in space to reduce dangerous body and bone mass loss in orbit.
A study shows that standing for six hours a day instead of sitting helps burn more calories and could result in a weight loss of 2.5kg per year and 10kg in four years.
Trade in hippopotamus teeth is legal but animal is listed as vulnerable by International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Parts of the ancient Nazca lines in Pery were damaged after a truck driver ignored warning signs and entered the zone.
Clothing store criticised for cultural insensitivity again just two weeks after ad showing black boy wearing "monkey" hoodie.
Friendships are based on people who react to the world and process information in the same way, Darthmouth/UCLA study finds.
New York University study shows trust based on looks "template" of people we have trusted in the past.
New study published in Scientific Reports finds that while past studies showed women were more attracted to men who were already taken, it was also true of objects, like art.
Smart toys are in. Coding robot Botley was one of the stars of the 2018 London Toy Fair. The droid-like creation of Binary Bots aims to get kids excited about STEM topics.
Mutant orange African dwarf crocodiles found in Gabon live in dark caves and feed on bats. They are genetically different from other reptiles.