Palaeontologists found a treasure trove of well-preserved Triassic period fossils on land that the Trump administration removed from the Bears Ears Monument.
Many of the structures are made of limestone and would slowly dissolve from the chemicals in the polluted precipitation.
Humans may have used places where sound echoed the most as "hot-spots" to visually represent language.
Definitive identification is currently impossible due to damage to the seal, but Hebrew University of Jerusalem researchers revealed why they believe it is connected to Isaiah.
The skeletal remains are those of a 170cm tall adult male, possibly a "powerful leader" who was directly connected with the Yamato imperial court.
Scientists raced as many as 12 bird species on an enclosed track to understand and relate their locomotive traits to those of long-extinct dinosaurs.
Nasa spent eight years modifying a structure that took only two years to build.
Victor Buso was testing a new telescope camera mounted on the top of his home when he made the unique discovery.
A grey seal found with a yellow frisbee embedded in her neck was released back into the wild after undergoing five months of rehabilitation at an RSPCA centre.
An archaeologist noted a small error in Egyptian pyramids and conducted a series of tests to posit how ancient Egyptians would have built these massive structures.
The storm – the largest in the solar system – is about to calm down and will eventually cease to exist.
Jellyfish is a regular meal in Asian countries and the Danish team behind the crisps research believe it could make it more mainstream for Western culture.
Astronauts can live in the suit for six days without taking it off. Food and waste will remain in the suit.
Researchers are exploring the depths of the merged Sac Actun and Dos Ojos underwater caves and believe the site could also be connected to other closely-located systems.
It was previously believed that the ancient islanders became extinct around 30 years after European colonisers made first contact with them.