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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.
This sea slug gains the photosynthesizing power of the algae that it eats, allowing it to live for a time like a plant.
These personalities help cockroaches make important decisions, namely who gets the food.
The triple moon conjunction lasted for about 42 minutes.
Break out the telescopes to get a look at Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter this month.
Sea otters have the thickest fur of any mammal, so aim high with your guess.
Mitu Monteiro risks injury on rocks off Sal Island in Cape Verde, Africa to save the trapped loggerhead turtle.
The new study is just one more finding confirming the importance of social learning among chimps.
With underground fire season in full-swing in the Big Apple, a look at why manholes sometimes literally blow their covers.
Five years later, scientists may have finally found up to 10 million gallons of missing oil from the 2010 BP spill.
Ancient microbes may have once altered long-buried carbon, indicating an ability to survive in the harshest of environments.
Lolita, a wild-caught whale that has lived at the Miami Seaquarium for 40 years, may be one step closer to leaving her small enclosure.
Photographer redefines patience to capture extraordinary images, and demonstrates a thing or two about ethical wildlife watching along the way.
Facial hair differences among a certain group of monkeys may be critical for maintaining social relationships between individuals and the social group.
This young bear could become the leader of Alaska's welcoming committee.
Only discovered in 1976, the megamouth shark is one of a kind, scientifically speaking.
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