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Discoveries in a cave provide the oldest evidence of fire making in Europe and support proposals that members of the human genus Homo regularly ignited fires starting at least one million years ago

DNA testing confirms that 3 Nile crocodiles were captured in South Florida in recent years. Researchers are unsure of how they were introduced into the wild.

A new study reveals how crocodiles' eyes are fine-tuned for lurking at the water surface to watch for prey findings suggest that although the beasts have very blurry vision underwater they do use their eyes beneath the surface.

Researchers have calculated that the Middle East and North Africa could become so hot that human habitability is compromised. Temperatures in the region will increase more than two times faster compared to the average global warming not dropping below 30 degrees at night (86 degrees fahrenheit).

Why scientists are so worried about sea-level rise in the second half of this century - The study finds that by 2100 New York could see a sea level rise of more than 3.5 feet.