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Sat, Jul 12, 2014 1:00 PM
They're known for their silence-shattering howls. Here's the reason behind such loud vocalizations.
Researchers hypothesize that a miles-long crack in the Ethiopian desert may eventually become an ocean.
Britain may soon see its first multimillionaire playboy politician (who also happens to be an über green member of the Conservative Party).
Costa Rican man has a special friendship with a crocodile he nursed back to health after finding it dying of a gunshot wound.
Video: Former vice president discusses his new book and the choices Americans face on climate change.
Op-ed explores meat as the environmental good guy.
German zoo features rare hybrid species, but there are only 17 confirmed animals in existence.
A net full of huge jellyfish brings down a 10-ton Japanese fishing trawler, pitching its crew into the sea.
New Zealand mayor provokes outrage by suggesting that government should pay 'problem parents' not to have children.
Video: Rachel Maddow reports on the purchase and evacuation of a Kansas town deemed too polluted to inhabit.
New study proves visual system is key for birds using Earth's magnetic field to navigate.
But are we willing to live without blue skies?
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Oct. 25-31.
Oil company provided tapes made by a drug trafficker in case against Ecuadorean peasants.
New report calls for less damage in the development of biofuels.
Scientists hope animal experiments will better explain how space radiation affects humans.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.