Watch a South American "superbird" diving 150 feet underwater

For years, it was assumed that imperial cormorants — large seabirds typically found along the southern coasts of South America — fed on fish just below the surface of the ocean. But when scientists in Argentina outfitted one with a tiny camera, they discovered that the birds are, in fact, remarkably accomplished… » 8/01/12 4:51pm 8/01/12 4:51pm

How two worlds 8000 miles away team up to reveal the ancient past

The fjords of Norway and the rugged coasts of the Patagonia region of Argentina are quite literally on opposite ends of the Earth, separated by thousands of miles and multiple hemispheres. And yet the two combine for one archaeological goldmine. » 9/25/11 1:15pm 9/25/11 1:15pm