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Fri, Nov 21, 2014 10:28 PM
Capable of growing to over 3 inches in length, the St. Helena giant earwig is now merely the stuff of legend.
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.
Easily disturbed by noisy helicopters, the tiny and nearly silent drone grants researchers close access to the iconic whales.
The new study has led state officials to revise evacuation maps for some Hawaiian residents.
If the sun sets before the eclipse starts or if the weather isn't cooperating, you can watch it online.
A group of tigers that were part of a dramatic animal cruelty bust are now kicking back in a swanky, 5-acre sanctuary habitat.
Environmentalists have long warned of the dangers of fish farming. But with wild stocks running out, do we need to rethink that position?
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.
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