ABC News - Science Ancient whales were fearsome predators with razor-sharp teeth, fossil analysis shows 2017-08-30T09:42:00.000000000+10:00 ANCIENT WHALES: The ancestors of today's gentle giants of the ocean were equipped with the razor-sharp teeth of a fearsome predator and could have hunted seals and penguins, rather than the tiny krill they eat today, scientists say. Focus on the beauty of the human body 2017-08-11T09:48:00.000000000+10:00 ART OF SCIENCE: A beautiful image that unearths the mysteries of embryonic lung development is one of the winning entries in this year's Art of Science competition. Australian trapdoor spider may be a seafaring castaway from Africa 2017-08-03T11:41:00.000000000+10:00 SAILING SPIDERS: Trapdoor spiders are reluctant travellers, but millions of years ago one species appears to have made an epic journey from Africa across the vast Indian Ocean to call Australia home. Molecule discovery on Titan an intriguing clue in hunt for life 2017-07-29T11:14:00.000000000+10:00 VINYL LIFE?: A compound that may form cell wall-like structures has been detected in the dense atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan. Ancient DNA shows Canaanites survived Biblical 'slaughter' 2017-07-28T09:40:00.000000000+10:00 ANCIENT HISTORY: The ancient Canaanites, who were commanded to be exterminated according to some parts the Bible, lived on to become modern-day Lebanese, according to the first study to analyse their DNA Scientists create 3D print brain-like tissue from stem cells 2017-07-26T12:19:00.000000000+10:00 CUSTOMISED NEURONES: Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells. Indigenous rock shelter pushes Australia's human history back to 65,000 years 2017-07-20T12:00:00.000000000+10:00 DEEP CONNECTION: New excavations of a rock shelter near Kakadu National Park indicate humans reached Australia at least 65,000 years ago - up to 18,000 years earlier than archaeologists previously thought. Super-fast stars in the Milky Way are 'runaways' from another galaxy 2017-07-05T09:17:00.000000000+10:00 RUNAWAY STARS: New research suggests super-fast stars in the Milky Way are actually 'runaways' - from another galaxy. Cockie drummers beat a regular rhythm to catch a mate 2017-06-29T08:58:00.000000000+10:00 BEAT OF LOVE: Just like a human drummer, male palm cockatoos uses drumsticks to beat out a steady rhythm. The origin of the tabby coat and other cat mysteries revealed 2017-06-20T12:06:00.000000000+10:00 FELINE HISTORY: A new study on how cats conquered the world - and our hearts - has answered long-standing questions.