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Mon, Sep 01, 2014 11:47 AM
Isaiah Cooper's Vines bring snippets of Appalachian Trail life, customs, and scenery to his 50K followers.
The bottle was brewed using spring water from the Taunus Mountains area of Germany.
These captivating, resilient creatures have long been misunderstood and maligned by humans, which is a shame because all felines — domestic or wild — deserve respect.
If you've ever wondered why mountains are often ringed by a soft saucer-shaped cloud, you'll be interested in this.
The lionfish has proven a successful invasive species due to its venomous spikes, high rate of reproduction, and their willingness to eat everything in their path.
The biggest of the particles weighed only a trillionths of a gram, and it would take a trillion of them to fill an entire teaspoon.
Even if you don't know the names of these little ones, you won't want to miss their cute photos!
Harmful algal blooms pop up nearly every summer along the nation's coasts, often turning the water an eerie red and creating problems for marine life and humans alike.
The California least tern is the smallest of tern species and is listed as endangered.
Like some other animals, the aquatic creatures experience a dopamine surge to the brain after completing a task.
Late 'Fast and Furious' actor was an active champion of conservation efforts to protect sharks and other marine species.
If you think hummingbirds and butterflies are beautiful, then prepare to be amazed at this underwater fashion show.
Thanks to doggie wheel carts, these energetic canines are able to get around without the use of their back legs. Watch them fetch, play and cavort!
Based on the sediment around the bones, the winged dinosaurs thrived in an area was once a vast desert with a central oasis nestled between the sand dunes.
The world has a long list of places where people are fighting for territorial control, but here are some contested spots that aren't marred by violence.
From sea to shining sea, the United States is home to some spectacular feats of nature — but can you match the nation's wonders with their home states?
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