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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.
The fact the Kashmir musk deer still exists is exciting, but isn't the only important point. There is another, more vital take-away from this sighting.
While this massive knot of magnetic energy has created a number of powerful solar flares, it has not yielded a single coronal mass ejection.
The NTSB is concerned that space plane's twin rudders were used at unusual stages in the flight, possibly contributing to the crash.
These birds know how to work it! These species have feathery 'dos that would make any '80s TV star jealous.
A new study by NASA scientist James Famiglietti quantifies how fast we're pumping water out of California's aquifers in response to the drought.
The mystery of the elusive Spinosaurus is explored in a special from 'Nova' and National Geographic.
A major new U.N. climate report outlines what it will take for humanity to save itself from catastrophic climate change.
Researchers are identifying new craters by examining minerals, deformed rocks and structural characteristics that match other, confirmed meteorite craters.
A developer had planned to build 3,500 homes near Texas' Bracken Cave, but a group of conservationists purchased the land to create a buffer zone for the animals.
Some salamander species can grow to be much larger than you'd expect. That's true for this marbled beauty, too.
Polar stratospheric clouds are beautiful to look at, but does their destructive dark side spell doom?
There's a concern within the space community that the public could link extraterrestrial specimens with a biohazard threat.
Even the most die-hard animal rights activist has to admit that sometimes, animals can be jerks. Check out a few good examples here.
The NTSB is still 'a long way from finding cause,' but the agency has eliminated the space plane's fuel tanks and engine as culprits.
Depending on the species, there are different names for different groups of animals. Some of these names can get pretty weird!
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