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Fri, May 29, 2015 7:17 PM
The dementor wasp, named after the soul-sucking monsters from the Harry Potter series, is as terrifying as it sounds.
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.
Scientists have for the first time figured out how to capture the sound waves from thunder in an image.
The U.S. just gave Shell conditional approval to drill for oil off Alaska. Here are 5 reasons why that's a bad idea.
The LightSail-1 will pave the way for future spacecraft to take advantage of cosmic solar winds for propulsion.
Once the Dawn probe is in orbit around Ceres, it should get a good view of the shiny patches.
Decades have passed since the creation of these iconic posters, but their visual impact lives on thanks to nostalgia.
A 17th-century Dutch report gives new insights into the animal oddities of Mauritius.
These photos celebrate Amur tigers and their habitat, the Russian Far East.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.