Learn about animals, weather and natural disasters, alternative energy, environmental politics and space.
Tue, Oct 21, 2014 1:00 PM
Sometimes all you need to make your day a little better is a great photo of a cute bear cub.
Territoriality, the lack of available prey and the vulnerability of smaller males are potential reasons for cannibalistic behavior among octopuses in the wild.
Moving invasive purple sea urchins helps to restore balance to the ecosystem.
Researchers want to 'rule out' gas and dust from the Milky Way that may have contaminated the results of the earlier study.
Motion-activated wildlife camera traps are vital tools for conservation (and when they capture moments like this, they're funny too).
These long-haul hikes, all longer than 1,000 miles, put you in touch with scenery, cultures and lifestyles that few get to see firsthand.
The scientific world is left reeling after a researcher offers breakthrough mathematical proof.
The black rain frog, endemic to South Africa, looks like it lives with a black rain cloud always over its head.
In construction crane-heavy downtown Seattle, the city's largest, flashiest new development might be heated by a data center located just across the street.
The radar images suggest it was a biological storm rather than a meteorological one, scientists say.
This gorgeous songbird is a resident of the western side of North America.
A study finds that chimpanzees raised as pets or performers exhibit behavioral and social deficiencies, even after years of living among other chimps.
A young poet from the Marshall Islands reportedly 'brought world leaders to tears' at the U.N. Climate Summit.
The historic arrival of the Mars Orbiter Mission probe means there are now 5 operational orbiters around the planet.
You might have heard of nocturnal and diurnal animals. But did you know animals like rabbits, house cats and deer are neither of these? Find out about when these species are actually active.
Well, perhaps a photo can suffice. Meditating on this image is sure to calm your nerves and make you sigh a peaceful sigh.
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