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However, one expert says we need more proof these organisms actually eat viruses.
There have now been more than 31 million COVID-19 cases reported worldwide and more than 965,600 deaths.
Earth has a small new moon coming, but it might have been made by people in the 1960s. It will take closer observations to know for sure.
It's the worst stranding event the Australian island has ever seen.
About 100 million years ago, a gigantic meteorite collided with Australia, creating a 3-mile-wide impact crater.
Individuals familiar with the situation told The Washington Post anonymously.
Scientists have found an alien world that orbits its host star every 3.14 Earth days, a close approximation of the famous mathematical constant pi.
Scientists have discovered human footprints embedded on an ancient lake surface in the Nefud Desert in Saudi Arabia that are around 120,000 years old.
A roundup of the various pushback and criticisms to the claim that there could be life on Venus
Basic facts about the unknown material called dark matter.
Roads are flooded again. Protective dunes destroyed. Louisiana is bracing for another impact. And the season still has much more than a month left to go.
After two dead giraffes were discovered in a South African nature reserve, scientists determined that the animals had been struck by lightning.
It took eight months to reach 200,000 deaths.
Toxic cyanobacteria may have killed 350 elephants in Botswana, government says
Earth will change the direction of an asteroid that's getting awfully close this week.
The main function of sleep may change as our brains do.
Archaeologists have identified the wreck of a Mexican steamer as La Union, an illegal slave ship that smuggled the Maya as cargo to Cuba.
Going forward, the North Pole will be plunged into twilight and then darkness.
With the formation of Tropical Storm Wilfred on Sept. 18, the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season reached the end of its storm names list and will now "go Greek."
Two experiments hunting for a whisper of a particle called a dark boson that prevents whole galaxies from flying apart recently published some contradictory results.