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A decaying baleen whale first thought to be a giant squid is washed ashore on Seram Island, one of Indonesia's islands.

Gigantic decaying sea creature makes the water bloody red on an Indonesian island leaving local residents perplexed

By Mharia Emmareen | May 15, 2017 03:48 AM EDT

Local residents are very much baffled upon seeing the decaying behemoth sea creature being washed ashore on an Indonesian island. It was first thought as a giant squid but scientists shed some light on the identification of the marine species as a type of baleen whale.

Hundreds of leopard sharks die off along the San Francisco Bay area in California.

Mysterious death of more than hundred leopard sharks recorded in California: What causes the sharks' eradication

By Mharia Emmareen | May 09, 2017 04:07 AM EDT

Hundreds of washed up leopard sharks died along the coastlines of San Francisco Bay in California. Marine scientists believe the sharks died of toxins.

Hiker Gigi Galong, of Kona, watches the lava flow in Volcano National Park. On July 27 Kilauea's lava flow increased resulting in additional forest fires within the park

Scientists discover the secrets on the formation of Hawaii's largest and most active volcanoes

By Mharia Emmareen | May 04, 2017 10:50 AM EDT

Scientists have now found the answer regarding the formation of Hawaii's most active and largest volcanoes.

This inflatable greenhouse could feed   astronauts on Mars

The Prototype Lunar/Mars Greenhouse could sustain astronaut life in space while on mission to Mars or other planets [VIDEO]

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 29, 2017 04:21 AM EDT

Astronauts will not be afraid to go hungry again as the Prototype Lunar/Mars Greenhouse will provide their food for nutrients, sustainability, and fresh air.

Killer whale breaching.

Bizarre slaughter rampage of orca pods on gray whale calf in Monterey Bay caught on video

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 28, 2017 09:18 PM EDT

A pod of orcas has been caught on camera while hunting a gray whale calf as they make efforts to separate it from its mother. In just a matter of minutes, the gray whale calf met its doom.

A nest of eggs of the dinosaur Faveoloolithus ningxiaensis found in Nei Mongol, China. This fossil is ages 100-65 million years old (Cretaceous period).

5 Fossilized dinosaur eggs dated 70 million years unearthed in China [VIDEO]

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 22, 2017 03:50 AM EDT

Recently, 5 dinosaur eggs that have been fossilized are discovered in a construction site in China. the eggs are believed to be 70 million years old and belong to plant-eating dinosaurs.

Raja the Komodo dragon, the latest addition to   London Zoo as part of an international  conservation programme, is seen on June 12, 2004 at London zoo in London.

Komodo dragon blood might have healing powers that could promote faster healing of wounds

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 13, 2017 11:57 PM EDT

A new strain of antibiotics is being developed from the Komodo dragon blood. The peptide that was called VK25 brought life to a new substance that could battle antibiotic-resistant microbes.

An aerial photograph of the Khumbu Icefall along Everest's West Shoulder including Changtse at 5200m and Khumbutse-6640m May 15, 2003 on the Nepal-Tibet border

Khumbu glacier drill expedition: Scientists to figure out the effects of climate change on glaciers

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 11, 2017 10:30 AM EDT

Scientists are set on a journey to Khumbu glacier to drill and figure out how climate change affects the glaciers.

In this photo, the girl believed to be raised by monkeys recuperates in the hospital.

"Mowgli girl" Update: Girl not naked, no monkeys when found; Abandoned due to mental illness

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 10, 2017 02:12 AM EDT

Police had found a girl nicknamed as "Mowgli girl" in the Indian forest and was believed to be raised by monkeys. New reports, however, indicate that previous reports are misleading because she is not naked and no monkeys around when she was found.

A large male Thiodina sylvana about to leap on the photographer's camera lens.

Male jumping spiders 'sing and dance' to charm potential mates to be eaten alive later by female

By Mharia Emmareen | Apr 07, 2017 10:35 AM EDT

It takes all time and effort for male jumping spiders to woo a female spider and become its mate. After the pleasure, horrific fate awaits the male jumping spider as it gets eaten by its mate.

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