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A picture speaks a thousand words but this quote from John Muir does a pretty great job of summing this up.
National Geographic marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act with these gorgeous images.
We had an outstanding month with reader-submitted photos, and these ten images stood out as favorites.
The Netflix original film about Sylvia Earle serves as both homage to a champion of the seas as well as a plea for the rest of us to step up.
Isaiah Cooper's Vines bring snippets of Appalachian Trail life, customs and scenery to his 50K followers.
Paleo-Eskimos likely survived in near-total isolation for thousands of years and did not pass on genes to Neo-Eskimos or Native Americans.
If the pace of past growth is anything to go by, much of the Southeast could become one big megalopolis in the next 50 years.
In keeping with being a weird place, Death Valley's roaming rocks involve ice in the desert.
Learn more about this hidden gem located in the middle of Utah's San Rafael Desert.
During droughts, the giant trees increasingly use 'storage water' and shut down the process of photosynthesis.
6 conservation groups are fighting to rid New York of harmful poisons originally deployed to control rats.
A beautiful stretch of boardwalk that will lure you into visiting this unique national seashore.
Several things can influence a bloom's well-being, including available sunlight and organisms that eat the algae, but viruses likely control the proliferation of blooms.
Researchers were surprised to find so many methane seeps and can't say for sure why there are so many along the Atlantic coastline.
The quake occurred along a 44-mile stretch of major faults within the San Andreas Fault system.
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