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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 3:07 PM
New film documents the environmental and personal damage caused by the 2010 disaster.
The 6.4 ton dino had a tail of feathers that it may've used to attract mates.
In honor of Wombat Day, we've rounded up some adorable wombat photos and some surprising facts about this marsupial.
When it comes to space travel, women are just as capable as men, eat less and use fewer resources.
Did you know that 'peep' is what ornithologists call these birds?
Sometimes all you need to make your day a little better is a great photo of a cute bear cub.
The Trypillian temple was burnt down after being abandoned, a practice common to similar sites.
In addition to photographers here on Earth, three NASA satellites around Mars managed to collect data on the rare comet.
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 best time to watch is around 1 a.m. or 2 a.m. local time, but you could also stay warm in your bed and watch the meteor shower online.
The blackish nightjar is a bird well adapted to hide in plain sight.
Despite 2-inch fangs, barb-like hair and venom, the spider doesn't pose much of a threat to humans.
These organisms offer a window into extreme adaptation — and bolsters the adage: That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
The underwater veteran and his team were able to collect three years' worth of data outside of the 21-year-old Aquarius Reef Base.
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