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Fri, Mar 27, 2015 4:12 PM
More than 7,000 cities in 172 countries are expected to take part in the 1-hour event on Saturday.
Due to their seemingly ever-smiling demeanor, these small marsupials are the perfect selfie buddies.
What's the difference between moss, lichen and fungi? And how do you tell them apart?
In the on-going effort to reconcile quantum mechanics and general relativity, scientists theorize that the universe could be infinitely old.
No, your eyes aren't deceiving you. These goats are balancing themselves on thin tree branches.
The U.N. holiday's 2015 theme promotes getting serious about wildlife crime.
New Cornell University study shows that while cities would fall quickly, sparsely populated areas would have months to plan and prepare.
The conceptual Dutch Windwheel takes the term 'mixed-use development' to dizzying new extremes.
Sandhill cranes are regal birds, but a new video reveals some struggling to maintain their dignity on a partially frozen pond.
This simple quote will recenter you, no matter how frazzled or out of place you feel.
While the ocean has slowed down rising temperatures, it is expected to turbo-boost global warming.
Through 'companionship without commitment,' DOGO! gives shelter pups a chance to get out, explore and socialize.
Researchers used powerful spectrometers to monitor and track how much infrared radiation was being trapped inside the Earth's atmosphere.
People in Northwestern states get about 13 more minutes of shut-eye than those in sunnier locales.
These quick-moving winds race across hundreds of miles, tearing down everything in a straight path.
It may be an all-white animal but that doesn't mean it's albino. The strangely pale animal you're looking at could be leucistic.
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