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Sat, Dec 20, 2014 9:09 PM
Some warblers may be able to detect storms using infrasound, and the discovery could lead to new ways of predicting the weather.
If the weather in your area obscures the celestial sight, you can always watch the Leonids online.
Scientists working in Siberia may be able to clone the mammoth by sequencing the preserved mammoth's genome and grafting on elephant DNA.
The European Space Agency probe was never able to get a proper solar recharge once it landed.
Some of the most memorable aspects of visiting this vast, beautiful city are the frequent encounters with local street cats.
Fox's 'Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular' to raise money and awareness for millions of shelter dogs.
The U.K.'s wild hedgehog population has fallen 96 percent since the 1950s. Can 'Saving Harry' popularize their prickly situation?
European Space Agency officials are worried that the lander's drill might be out of reach of the surface.
Florida is likely the only state in the continental U.S. that won't feel the effects of the sudden deep chill.
This arctic spot has many amazing features, but these five are what draw in travelers.
After seeing it in chimps, researchers think that aggression in humans may have some genetic or evolutionary basis.
Since lightning offers serves as a trigger for wildfires, there is a fear that more lightning could lead to an uptick in wildfires as well.
Learn about this gorgeous Norwegian time-lapse, which was almost 3 years in the making.
A sizable army of bioswales — aka 'those weird sloped mini-gardens with pebbles' — will help prevent overwhelmed sewers from discharging waste into NYC waterways during storms.
Have you always admired photos of our amazing galaxy? Well, it's getting easier and easier to capture them yourself!
Chimps do pass along knowledge, such as different technique for cracking nuts, they don't seem interested in doing much more than that.
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