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Mon, May 20, 2013 4:50 PM
The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program combines technology and biology to train bottlenose dolphins to find sea mines, enemy divers and even artifacts.
Pet lovers in China push law that would land people in jail for eating dogs and cats.
Mated pairs find new feathered friends.
It is almost impossible for critics to discuss Pleistocene rewilding without mentioning Jurassic Park.
What does a green dog do? Check out the contestants. Enter your dog now!
It's been two weeks since the magnitude-7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, but recovery efforts are slow-going and tempers are rising.
The BCC will air a documentary this week featuring a video shot by chimpanzees. Check out a sneak peak of the footage here on MNN.
Eugene Breynaert's garage is just a couple of inches wider than his car. Watch how he manages to get in and out.
Cleaning up the Chicago River could increase global warming emissions, argues water reclamation agency.
If I can bike through a Maine winter and Kreta Chandler can pedal all winter in Montana, what's stopping you from biking year-round?
Video: MSNBC's Peter Alexander talks with Andrew Rowan of Humane Society International about the organization's attempt to help abandoned animals in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
Video: Puppies are born to one tired and worn-out mother dog -- but did they create a world record? WCMH's Andy Banks reports.
Mark Boyle lives the good life and does it without spending a nickel (or in his case, a shilling).
Video: Five green sea turtles leave Florida's Turtle Hospital for their new home in England at Weymouth's Sea Life Park. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown has the story.
In many ways, the deep sea is the last great unexplored frontier on Earth.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.