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Mon, Mar 02, 2015 2:17 PM
Due to their seemingly ever-smiling demeanor, these small marsupials are the perfect selfie buddies.
A number of space phenomena led to the creation of the happy face.
These dreamy landscape photographs by Jeff Mitchum will have nature lovers everywhere pining for some time outdoors.
A buzzworthy new discovery might help explain the alarming speed of colony collapse disorder.
From PACE financing to tax credits, here's how to go green with solar panels while saving some green.
Though they look round and cute, hippos are anything but cuddly.
Many interesting things have been chosen to be the state something-or-other. Put your random knowledge to the test.
A chemical analysis of an ice core reveals large quantities of metals polluted the atmosphere from just before 1600 until the early 1800s.
Scientists are forecasting three different outcomes regarding invasive species and the lakes, and one of them is not great at all.
Some of mementos, including the camera used to record Armstrong's steps on the moon, are already on display at the Smithsonian.
Keep an eye out for these colorful, charismatic and (in some cases) rare birds.
In addition to more tornadoes in the Southeast, tornado season may also peak earlier.
Given that the ancient animal dined on soft vegetation and fruit, the teeth had to serve a purpose other than biting into meat.
The new 24-hour webcam from explore.org is aimed at an Allen's hummingbird's nest in California.
The Planck space observatory has captured in the Milky Way in all its diverse glory.
The satellite, originally intended to study Earth's weather, will work to detect major solar storms and other severe space weather events.
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