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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 5:42 PM
No more escargot? An invasive worm from New Guinea, known to have an insatiable appetite for snails, is invading Europe.
New research proves that the Peruvian glacier is shrinking due to climate change.
The satellite will fill gaps in precipitation data over oceans, remote land masses and other undeveloped regions.
Michael Roth might have lived forever in the record books, but instead the amateur angler from Scranton decided to let an unusually large shark live another day.
The conservation nonprofit Polar Bears International will use the 360-degree panoramas for educational outreach and scientific research.
At Lion Country Safari, you're the one in the cage (aka your car). Read about my drive around this expansive, drive-through wildlife park.
Even after suffering technological failure, the Kepler spacecraft can still deliver big planetary finds.
'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey' revives the classic Carl Sagan show, with an animated-assist from the creator of 'Family Guy.'
A puppy meant for illegal dog fighting is treated to lots of cuddles by U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.
Scientists think the animals were likely poisoned-to-death from harmful algal blooms and then washed up in the Chilean desert millions of years ago.
The critically endangered grey nurse shark was coaxed into a 'shark sock,' wrestled onto a stretcher and then brought to the surface for her life-saving procedure.
Butterflies get all the glory in the bug world. But moths are far from being the ugly step-sisters. Check out these gorgeous winged moths and their flamboyant coloration.
Scientists aren't sure how the microbes are thriving on the plastic, but think finding out could give new insights into ecosystem of the ocean.
Video: A rare cloud formation nicknamed 'River of the Sky,' was spotted over Atlanta recently. The clouds' scientific name is Undulatus Asperatus, which means 'agitated wave.'
The invasive species has already wreaked havoc in the Great Lakes and other regions.
SpaceX's Elon Musk believes that a rapidly reusable launch system like the landing legs could lower the cost of spaceflight by a factor of 100.
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