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Thu, May 28, 2015 3:03 PM
Activists were already calling for a boycott of the event over claims of slavery and censorship. Now things just got a whole lot worse.
Spring is the season of mother bears raising cubs, which means you should be extra alert to how to act around bears.
There's something so moving and poignant about monochromatic photography — especially when magnificent animals are the subject.
Steven Chu makes the understatement of the week when he calls it 'a very big deal.'
New show takes an everyman approach to weather myths and curiosities.
This highly technical sport is one that requires a high level of expertise, but the sights are usually worth the work and worry.
PETA filed a complaint against Australian sheep farmers for cussing in front of their charges. Does this count as animal abuse?
The proposed probe will have two cameras that will map almost 90 percent of Europa's surface.
Utilizing silhouettes is a beautiful way to capture a scene, especially at sunrise and sunset. Here's what you need to know to pull off the trick.
A new study shows that the well-loved and vibrantly colorful panther chameleon has been hiding a secret.
Animal rights cases and films like 'Blackfish' are credited with influence public opinion.
NASA used photos from the rover and the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter to create a new path.
Beautiful rainbow-like phenomenon is awe-inspiring, and can be a rare sight in many parts of the world.
Hungry, coca-eating caterpillars are about to rain down on Colombia's illegal coca plantations.
In addition to making way for ducklings, the newly painted lanes are also meant to help humans slow down and be more polite.
The blue jay isn't the only member of this bird family worth watching.
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