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Wed, Oct 22, 2014 3:46 PM
The 6.4 ton dino had a tail of feathers that it may've used to attract mates.
After enduring life inside a government testing facility, these chimpanzees are now learning what it's like to live outside of metal cages at a 200-acre Louisiana chimpanzee sanctuary.
Whether you're having fun or not, there are psychological — and physical — reasons that time seemingly moves faster the older we get.
'This will be worse than anything seen during the last 2,000 years,' researchers say.
We can't get over the cute!
Other items in the auction include cosmonaut autographs, commemorative stamps and medals, and collectible pins.
Alien lifeforms may fill their home planets' skies with stinky sulfur-based chemicals rather than oxygen, researchers say
Camel crickets were reportedly mostly east of the Mississippi River.
National Geographic marks the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act with these gorgeous images.
We had an outstanding month with reader-submitted photos, and these ten images stood out as favorites.
The Netflix original film about Sylvia Earle serves as both homage to a champion of the seas as well as a plea for the rest of us to step up.
The ARISE mission uses lasers, radiometers and other instruments flown in a C-130 plane to measure the thickness of sea ice.
Dams that block salmon during their annual upstream migration have contributed to the species' decline, but an innovative Washington company may have found a creative solution.
Isaiah Cooper's Vines bring snippets of Appalachian Trail life, customs and scenery to his 50K followers.
With views like this, it's a wonder astronauts on the International Space Station get any work done.
This little guy needs some warmth, stat!
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