Life is short, but when compared with the lifespans of some creatures, human lives last almost an eternity.
The unidentified object, which has been likened to one of the eggs from the movie 'Alien', was found off the coast of Alaska.
The serpent, which was found in the remote mountains of Peru, has been named in homage to Ford's most famous character.
Recent footage from a zoo in China suggested that the sun bear was a man in a suit - but actually it wasn't.
Social media star Brodie Moss came across a whale's tail sticking out of the water while out on his kayak.
Scientists have discovered an entirely new ecosystem filled with exotic life forms beneath the ocean floor.
Scientists have been struggling to determine what has been causing the birds to wash up along the shoreline en masse.
The snake, which measured 5.79 meters in length, proved quite a challenge to catch.
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The seaborne mammals have sunk 3 boats and damaged 100 more over the past 18 months or so.
The gargantuan specimen - a Wels catfish - measured 2.85 meters (or 9.4ft) in length.
Known as Cassius, this gargantuan reptile was captured back in 1984 and has lived in a crocodile park ever since.
The distinctive seaborne mammal delighted passengers aboard a whale-watching vessel last month.
The footage shows the snoozing cephalopod jolting violently awake as though reacting to a bad dream.
Dr Justin Schmidt, who died back in February, spent years being stung and bitten by dozens of different insects.
Researchers at Hong Kong Baptist University made the discovery at the Mai Po Nature Reserve.
The original inhabitants of Australia have much to teach modern scientists about the nature of this intriguing phenomenon.
If there's one thing you don't want while you are piloting a plane, it's a venomous snake making itself comfy inside your clothes.
For the first time, scientists have captured footage of a type of snake that can do cartwheels as an escape mechanism.
The surprising find pushes the boundaries of just how deep down in the ocean fish are capable of surviving.