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Race car driver Leilani Munter and the Oceanic Preservation Society team up to get a "Blackfish"-inspired car to race at the Talladega Superspeedway.
Video: NASA is reassuring the public that the world will not end in 2012, despite theories based on the Mayan calendar and the new fiction disaster film, 2012.
Scottish scientists searching for evidence of Nessie find a bevy of golf balls at the bottom of the famous lake.
Scientists are relocating plants that may be affected by climate change.
Video: Veterinarians at the Miami Zoo clean Bengal tiger's teeth and give her a checkup.
Mother shark stitched up and doing well after impromptu Cesarean section in front of stunned onlookers.
If you think every day viruses are tough, check out these newly discovered viruses that make Antarctica their playground.
Ahead of climate talks in Copenhagen, experts are focused on an unlikely legacy in post-Communist countries: A cache of carbon credits that could destabilize the market.
Rare event happened in front of amazed spectators at a New Zealand aquarium.
With world leaders meeting in Copenhagen next month to cut global carbon dioxide emissions, here's a look at where most of the hot air is coming from.
Acoustic-equipped undersea glider cruises at depths of 1,000 meters to capture the mysterious music of whales.
Butterfly population is splitting into two distinct species, scientists say.
Atlanta man got more than he bargained for after the dog he rescued in traffic gave birth to 9 puppies.
Read what The Nature Conservancy's climate change policy gurus have to say.
Parts of the New Mexico town near Carlsbad Caverns National Park could collapse because of irresponsible extraction practices by the oil industry.
Video: The Gulf Coast prepares for a rare November storm as Hurricane Ida approaches the U.S. mainland. Al Roker tracks the expected path of the storm.
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