The tracks most likely belonged to an acrocanthosaurus, who roamed North America around 113 million years ago.
The vessels were among hundreds scuttled along the Danube by Nazi Germany's Black Sea fleet in 1944 as they retreated from advancing Soviet forces.
China warned on Wednesday that the severe dry spell along the Yangtze could last well into September as local governments race to maintain power.
A new study projected that it is up to 85% more beneficial to limit warming to 1.5°C globally, rather than to the accepted 2°C.
Smart meters instead send wireless signals in real-time so residents and utilities can better track water use hourly, daily or weekly, making it easier to hit conservation targets and detect leaks.
Rice is one of the single most important food crops grown worldwide but its harvests are in danger. Finding ways to strengthen them is essential for saving them.
Meet the VENµS probe, which conducts routine flybys of the Earth, and attains high resolution, multispectral images of specific sites around the world.
Besides the impact of drought and fires, land clearing by property developers and road builders has destroyed the iconic marsupial's habitat.
The 87-year-old lawmaker had come under fire from other Democrats for her friendly questioning of Amy Coney Barrett during the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearings last month.
A granite inscription reveals that seven years during the reign of the ancient Egyptian king Djoser, the Nile failed to go through its annual flooding cycle, causing a devastating drought and famine.