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Ice and water and dissolved the book's binding, so researched made digital copies of the pages and then created a new binding for the diary.
New film documents the environmental and personal damage caused by the 2010 disaster.
Researchers found hundreds of ancient tools, including spear points and axes, along with a range of animal bones in what may've been an open-air workshop.
Most likely you're starting to see hay bales and pumpkins popping up right and left as we celebrate the most iconic aspects of the autumn season.
Whether you're planning to camp overnight or hike for only a few hours, make sure you're prepared before you hit the trail.
National Geographic magazine is known for its stunning, out-of-this-world photography, so it's no wonder that its photographers dominated one of the world's most prestigious photography competitions.
The new study has led state officials to revise evacuation maps for some Hawaiian residents.
Environmentalists have long warned of the dangers of fish farming. But with wild stocks running out, do we need to rethink that position?
The Trypillian temple was burnt down after being abandoned, a practice common to similar sites.
Underwater sculpture symbolizes the burden we're passing on to future generations, as well as the collective responsibility we have to prevent environmental collapse.
A recent study finds that industrialized fishing is mostly to blame for the shocking population collapse.
These amateur enthusiasts have uncovered some spectacular finds.
The blackish nightjar is a bird well adapted to hide in plain sight.
The underwater veteran and his team were able to collect three years' worth of data outside of the 21-year-old Aquarius Reef Base.
Conservation International has called for nature lovers and photographers everywhere to share their #NatureIsListening moments — and the results are beautiful.
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