Shape-Shifting Worms, Robotic Light Shows, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week

Plus, the largest sea-crocodile ever discovered

Monster Croc

Paleontologists in Tunisia found remnants of the world's largest sea-dwelling crocodile ever discovered. They estimate the massive reptile was up to 35 feet long and weighed about three tons.Davide Bonadonna

Symphony of Light

Intel flew 100 LED-equipped drones in the air choreographed to the beat of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, creating a robotic light show.Intel Corporation

Seeing Stars

Astronomers discovered what may be the most powerful supernova ever seen, according to a new study in Science. The star explosion is 570 billion times brighter than our sun.Beijing Planetarium/Jin Ma

Otherworldly Underwater Creatures

Diver and photographer Alexander Semenov captured otherworldly underwater photos including this one of a lion's mane jellyfish in the White Sea.Alexander Semenov

Shape-Shifting Worm

The nematode worm, recently discovered inside figs, is capable of shape-shifting into five different forms, the New Scientist reported.MPI f. Developmental Biology


A color image of Pluto's surface reveals what appears to be a giant ice volcano, which is estimated to be about 2.5 miles high, according to NASA.NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI

Newly Tagged Cubs

Biologists found two mountain lion kittens inside a den in the Santa Monica Mountains last month and tagged the cubs with GPS trackers, Discovery News reported. They've been tracking the cubs' mother since she was a cub, as well as other mountain lions in the area since 2002.Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area/Youtube

Ice Toupee

"Hair ice"is a fungus-water hybrid that forms during a unique combination when high humidity levels coincide with temperatures around zero degrees celsius. Several people have reported spotting seeing it this winter in Scotland.Ronaldhuizer/WikiCommons

Smoggy Skies

Scott Kelly snapped this shot from space showing air pollution clouding over India.Scott Kelly

Leg-Waving Spider

A new species of jumping spider that waves paddle-shaped legs at potential mates was discovered by Jürgen Otto of the Australian Department of Agriculture in Sydney, the New Scientist reported.Jürgen Otto