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Mon, May 04, 2015 3:10 PM
Scientists first heard the Sichuan bush warbler sing in 1992, but it took two decades to find and identify the new species.
Scientists have been monitoring the volcano for 15 years by measuring movements in the seafloor.
Before you head out to explore a reef or swim along the coastline, learn which species to avoid.
These receptors are built for speed, allowing bats to respond to stimuli in a split second.
Like many whales, this gentle giant seems to enjoy interacting with humans — as long as it's voluntary.
Build enough of these and you could run the world on renewable resources.
Messenger revolutionized scientists' understanding of the innermost planet of our solar system.
Kerosene lanterns are dangerous, polluting and unhealthy. That's why one charity aims to eliminate them by the end of the decade.
Living in a big city certainly has its charms, but light pollution isn't one of them!
Deadlier than Glen Close with a kitchen knife, light's 'fatal attraction' kills millions of birds each year.
These frogs and toads run the gamut of beautiful, odd and even deadly. Prepare to be amazed!
The iconic towers of space dust may collapse in 3 million years...if they're not gone already.
A rat recently attacked Mrs. T while she hibernated, but thanks to human help, the nonagenarian is now faster than ever.
Some scientists are questioning the new find, including whether or not it's even a dinosaur at all.
Scientists are excited by what the white spots at the dwarf planet's poles could mean.
Why would a woman in the bed of a pickup truck stick a ladder into a dumpster? To help a bear, of course! [Video]
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