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Wed, Apr 01, 2015 10:00 AM
The eclipse will cause the moon to turn red, resulting in what is commonly called a 'blood moon.'
The beginnings of the Anthropocene Era may not have occurred with the agricultural or industrial revolutions as previously theorized.
The owls are following their beaks to where their favorite food can be found in the highest numbers.
The flare was responsible for an hour-long blackout in high-frequency radio communications.
These amazing creatures come in so many stunning colors and crazy shapes, you'll spend hours marveling at them.
Thanks in part to a new vegetated roof, the country's busiest convention center is slowly making amends with the winged locals.
Lichens are not what you think they are. Not plant, not fungus — they are one of a kind.
The photographs confirm that male Amur tigers do make time for 'family life,' something the tigers' reclusive natures had made into a mystery.
Researchers also discovered a layer of skin cells that reflect near-infrared sunlight that likely help chameleons stay cool.
While habitat loss is a problem for the species, bobcats are figuring out how to survive -- and even thrive -- on the fringes of cities and suburbs.
Due to the extreme cold and then larger land area, penguins had to be choosy about where they set up breeding areas.
One of the states most at risk from climate change has reportedly banned officials from using the phrase 'climate change.'
The new study also confirmed that various methods of monitoring sea, ranging from satellite observations to on-the-ground measurements, tend to be equally reliable gauges of sea ice loss.
Landmark $150M project is aimed at demonstrating the power of environmentally friendly technologies.
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