An Australian photographer claims to have snapped the world's first photograph of humpback whales making love. We can call it that now — love making, that is — based on the detailed description provided by Jason Edwards, who captured the moment off the coast of Tonga.
A helicopter's rotor design may allow for vertical takeoffs but that comes at a price—the backwards moving blade counteracts the helicopter's forward momentum, causing it to stall at high speeds. But one German firm believes that outfitting the blades with bumps inspired by the fins of humpback whales will speed…
This is the Concavenator corcovatus, a new species of dinosaur discovered in Cuenca, Spain. This weird 20-feet-long predator could be the predecessor of the meat-eating titans that dominated the Cretaceous. But what's that hump? It could be his battery.