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Thu, May 28, 2015 3:03 PM
Activists were already calling for a boycott of the event over claims of slavery and censorship. Now things just got a whole lot worse.
Sudan the rhino and 2 females of his subspecies are under constant surveillance in Kenya, but it may not be enough to save the creatures from extinction.
The slaty flowerpiercer has an amazing bill perfectly designed for its straightforward way of gathering nectar from flowers.
From teeth to tailbones, many ancestral remnants are hanging out in our bodies with nothing to do.
Scientists hope to learn more about prehistoric Earth by analyzing samples from asteroid crater.
These sneaky reptiles seem like they can't be trusted.
A student has created a customizable reef system that speeds up reef formation.
Not washing your sidewalk or getting a fresh towel in your hotel is not going to move the needle — but reconsidering what you eat will.
Even if you live in the middle of the city, you can spot the ISS from your own backyard. You just have to know where and when to look up.
Prime Minister Modi's efforts aimed at tackling local air pollution, but the whole world stands to benefit.
Scientists aren't sure how these asteroids start spinning, but they have a few ideas.
From what they eat to where they live, test your giant panda knowledge with this quiz.
See what happens when you put a bunch of frisky felines in front of a slow-motion video camera.
The pattern-sharing could be due to both skin cells and fairy circles fighting for resources in the desert.
White-nose syndrome is obliterating American bats, but scientists may have found a ray of hope: bacteria that live on bat wings.
Officials hope that improvements to the Falcon 9 will result in a smooth touchdown.
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