A hunter spied the skull in 1968 along the banks of the Nechako River near Vanderhoof, a small logging and farming village 500 miles north of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Greenland sharks, as their name suggests, favor the waters of the cold North Atlantic.
The squee-CHUNK, squee-CHUNK of the vacuum pump forces everyone in the cavernous room to yell.
Physicist Bruce Buchholz peers at an aluminum container the size of a black bean.
Atomic bomb testing resulted in a huge influx of carbon-14 into the atmosphere.
Carbon is a key component of many of the most intricate structures in our universe, from diamonds to DNA.