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Mon, Apr 27, 2015 2:15 PM
Big bottomed baboon moms aren't any better at raising their young than smaller bottoms moms.
From dens and dams to nests and colonies, PBS 'Nature' series deconstructs animal dwellings.
Since this galaxy is going to merge with our own in four billion years, we might as well get to know it a little bit better!
The lizards' unique colorization allows them to blend in well to their rain forest habitat.
Ants that snack on our sugary trash end up with the same chemical signature bodies that we do. Luckily for the ants, they won't develop diabetes.
These exotic creatures may not look like they’re from around here, but they are.
Just a 3-degree change in temperature caused crop failure, starvation, riots, mass migration and a whole lot of pain.
Several well-intentioned people have recently moved the terrestrial reptiles into the ocean, mistaking them for sea turtles.
If you've ever tried to catch a fish with your bare hands, you know how hard it is. But this cat species has the skill down to an art.
Countries rarely account for greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere due to natural disasters when calculating their annual emissions.
These bovines grabbed headlines for surprising escapes and sparkling personalities.
Astrophotographers were out in force to snap pictures of this unforgettable eclipse.
Did you know that 80 percent of the known terrestrial plant and animal species are found in forested ecosystems?
Thanks to high-speed video inside a wind tunnel, we can see how Earth's busiest birds overcome April showers.
Well, it says to use the handrails so...
Meet the world's largest rodent. He's a gifted swimmer and serves as an excellent 'living chair.'
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