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Sat, Mar 28, 2015 10:02 AM
Plans for 2 mega developments and a uranium mine around the iconic site have critics crying foul.
You've probably noticed that when crocodiles bask on land, they do so with an intimidating gape. Here's the purpose behind the pose.
A grizzly has been spotted roaming Yellowstone a month earlier than is typical for the species, and the park is warning visitors to be on the lookout for hungry bears.
Possible causes include Martian auroras and a cloud of mix of water, ice and carbon dioxide.
They build their own towns, they help the environment, and they even talk about us.
Most people would recoil at the thought of mold growing on their food, but this time-lapse offers an oddly beautiful perspective of these fungal colonies.
From blue lobsters to brown pandas, these creatures offer colorful surprises.
There's nothing quite like the moment when wildlife turns the camera back on the photographer!
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are collaring and tracking foxes and coyotes to learn about the species and head off potential conflict with other city residents.
A toucan in Costa Rica recently lost most of his beak in an attack by local kids, but thanks to the magic of 3-D printing, he may soon get a new one.
NASA food scientist Vickie Kloeris explains the monumental challenges of feeding astronauts.
The possible Martian colonists will next engage in tests that will gauge their ability deal with the rigors of Mars life and work with their fellow crew members.
These adorable animals are experts at sleeping — and winning our hearts.
You may have heard it said that sloths have algae growing on them and it's because they move so slowly. Well, that's sort of true. But the real answer involves moths and microorganisms.
A new study reveals the global pace of plastic pollution, where it's coming from, and how we might start to stem the tide.
Rising temperatures will play a bigger part in the forthcoming drought than a lack of rain or snow.
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