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Thu, May 21, 2015 4:45 PM
A California pipeline spilled up to 105,000 gallons of oil this week. Here are some of the most eye-opening photos from the scene.
Not really! But these photographs will make you think our galaxy faces monster threats!
The beautiful, predatory moonfish can warm its own body, just like mammals and birds.
Why have an expensive energy-sucking dishwasher when you can do it by hand? Because it saves you water and energy.
These beautiful kids' books offer up beauty, mystery, an understanding of the natural world and an appreciation of birds.
Famed soprano, who was training to spend 10 days aboard the International Space Station, cites 'personal family reasons' for the cancellation.
Jeremy and Simon mark the day with a few of their favorite things: swimming, watermelons and, of course, birthday cake.
Astronomers still need to figure out what causes a galaxy to be strangled.
Remember the subprime mortgage bubble? The carbon bubble might be our next $6 trillion nightmare.
These powerful portraits will make you think twice before bringing home a cockatoo or macaw.
Even in this day and age, knowing how to tie a few basic knots can be beneficial.
With the announcement of a $3 million extermination scheme, is the rat reign of terror finally coming to an end?
The number is probably much, much lower than you think.
The new study may help researchers pinpoint the causes other evolutionary transformations.
The Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest encourages kids around the country to get passionate about wildlife conservation.
The dams provide hydroelectric power and jobs, but they also have many distressing consequences.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.