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Sat, Jan 31, 2015 10:50 AM
Renewable energy is growing rapidly. But recent developments in storage could prove to be a game changer.
Meet 15 rare animal species whose futures could be determined — for better or worse — in 2015.
The asteroid may be observable from the Northern Hemisphere with telescopes and strong binoculars.
Researchers have long been confounded as to why zebras have stripes, and now there's a new theory that could explain their eye-catching coats.
The solar flare was ranked as an M-class flare, the second highest classification.
Every year, a brotherly trio constructs an epic snow sculpture of an aquatic animal in their front yard.
A carnivorous plant from Borneo proves that you don't need a brain to outwit your prey.
Though fog may seem like something that would ruin a good wildlife outing, you can put it to your advantage and make moody, dream-like photos.
The phenomenon is often talked about but rarely seen, so is it real?
3 intensive Earth forces helped make Greenland into the landscape it is today.
Mission controllers in Houston are analyzing data from the station to determine if there was an actual leak or a malfunctioning sensor.
The earliest dogs appeared in the Americas only about 10,000 years ago, which is around the age of the oldest known dog burial site.
Most species of shark give birth to live young, but shark births are rarely witnessed in the wild.
Sea otters are always up to something!
From flamingos to giant trees, rocky shores to exploding volcanoes, these are some of America's greatest hits.
The flare may've been the result of the black hole munching on a stellar snack, like an asteroid.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.