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Mon, Jan 26, 2015 1:08 PM
Blizzard, schmizzard. New Yorkers are on edge following 2 rare coyote sightings in Manhattan within a matter of weeks.
Could protecting photography as 'free speech' threaten safety and privacy?
Monitoring these lakes will help scientists forecast how the ice sheet will respond to global warming.
Scientists analyzed tetrataenite, a mineral that records a magnetic history of its space rock home.
At first glance, you might gasp in horror at the thought of these vintage metal behemoths being unceremoniously dumped into our ocean waters, but don't worry — there's more to this story.
The venom of some cone snails contains insulin, a new study finds, helping the sluggish mollusks snag speedier prey.
New $48 million installation will provide land and air services to animals of all sizes traveling through the New York airport.
The American dipper is the only aquatic songbird in North America, and has a unique strategy for snagging a snack.
The investment will help fund a program to provide Internet access by way of low-orbit satellites.
If you ever wanted to know what an iceberg looks like underneath the waves, then check out these striking images captured during an expedition to Antarctica last month.
Habitat conservation and international assistance have helped India's tiger population rise 30% since 2011.
The terms "monkey" and "ape" are often used interchangeably, but these two categories of animals swing from two very different branches of the family tree.
Billionaire CEO teaming with animal welfare organization to build a unique wildlife refuge, rehabilitation and education center in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
New calculations suggest that a 'Planet X' does indeed exist — and possibly a 'Planet Y' too.
This real-time aurora video may not seem amazing at first, but that quickly changes at the 1:52 mark.
From Australia to Siberia, many places in the world experienced record high temperatures.
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