Voyeuristic scientists discovered a “golden” rule when it comes to how—and for how long—animals urinate.
Dolphins don't just use vocalization to find pals: They also take urine samples.
When it blew on May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens became the most explosive volcanic eruption in U.S. history. And no, it’s not done.
Thanks in large part to seismic waves transmitted during earthquakes, scientists have been able to size out the layers of the Earth.
The strange path was discovered by a remote exploration vessel. And no, it is not named Dorothy.