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'Zombie cicadas': The mind controlling fungus infecting insects like an STD

Move over murder hornets, here come the 'zombie cicadas'. → Read More

The Boys season 2: New trailer, cast, plot and release date

See the latest trailers for Amazon's dysfunctional superhero series, The Boys. Catch up on everything you need to know before season 2 starts Sept. 4. → Read More

Mulan on Disney Plus: 'Exciting, vibrant, emotional'

"If there was any CG used it was invisible." Now that Mulan will be released on Disney Plus on Sept. 4, here are some of the reactions from movie critics who saw it in March. → Read More

Frog eats beetle, beetle escapes alive through frog's butt

A new study shows how the aquatic beetle Regimbartia attenuata can survive after being gulped down by a frog. → Read More

This Larry Bird tomato is horrifying and hilarious

Once you see it, you can't unsee the veggie version of the famous basketball player Larry Bird. → Read More

The internet says this tomato looks like Larry Bird

Once you see it, you can't unsee the veggie version of the famous basketball player Larry Bird. → Read More

Help save Space Camp! Crowdfunding campaign started to prevent shutdown

The Space Camp at U.S. Space & Rocket Center at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center needs help from space fans to stay afloat during the quarantine. → Read More

Bill & Ted Face the Music gets surprise cameo from George Carlin

Rufus returns. A Comic-Con at Home panel for Bill & Ted Face the Music reveals the late comedian will be in the new movie. → Read More

Bill & Ted Face the Music gets surprise cameo from the late George Carlin

Rufus returns. A Comic-Con at Home panel for Bill & Ted Face the Music reveals the comedian will be in the new movie. → Read More

Zack Snyder shows new footage of Superman's black suit from Snyder Cut

During Justice Con, Snyder gives a video preview of Henry Cavill as Superman wearing his black suit, and fans share their excitement. → Read More

This robot will give you a new haircut… if you dare

"My hair is getting too long so I decided to build a robot to cut it for me." Watch a robot barber with scissors give YouTuber Shane Wighton a quarantine hairdo. → Read More

My wildest Comic-Con moments: Stan Lee sang to me, George R.R. Martin hugged me

With SDCC virtual this year, author and former Lucasfilm employee Bonnie Burton gets nostalgic about her most memorable in-person experiences at the con. → Read More

Meet the sturddlefish, a new fish hybrid accidentally created by scientists

This weird-looking fish is a hybrid offspring of the American paddlefish and Russian sturgeon, both critically endangered. → Read More

Star Trek fan re-creates holodeck controls in Los Angeles public park

Two ordinary metal pylons now look like Star Trek LCARS holodeck control panels, thanks to a clever designer. → Read More

Bill Nye explains 'we're all one species' in new TikTok science video

Bill Nye the Science Guy uses science facts to show why we all have different skin colors but also says that we need to start treating each other as equals. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg's white sunscreen face has already been transformed into a meme

Joker, Star Trek's Data, Dr. Moreau, Halloween's Michael Myers, and more get shoutouts in memes mocking the Facebook mogul's uber-white sunscreen-covered face. → Read More

Mouse hanging out atop volcano called world's highest-dwelling mammal

A yellow-rumped mouse is spotted at the top of a 22,000-foot volcano in the Andes. "This astonishing elevation shows to what extremes life is capable of." → Read More

Bizarre smooth handfish declared first modern-day marine fish extinction

The surviving 13 species of handfish that walk on their fins are also in danger of dying out, according to scientists. → Read More

Lemurs, North Atlantic right whales and European hamsters are critically endangered

Over half of the primate species in Africa are also at a high risk of extinction, according to the new Red List of Threatened Species. → Read More

The Far Side cartoonist Gary Larson debuts first new comics in 25 years

Cow monsters, aliens, and bears, oh my! Larson releases the first set of new comics since his retirement in 1995. → Read More