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Thu, May 28, 2015 3:03 PM
Activists were already calling for a boycott of the event over claims of slavery and censorship. Now things just got a whole lot worse.
Scientists now have a better sense of the supervolcano's 'plumbing system.'
They may live at the edges of the earth but that doesn't mean we should let them slip to the edges of our brains. How much do you know about animals living at the extremes of our planet?
You watch them at your backyard feeder and see them out on a hike, but how much do you really know about our feathered friends?
Everyone knows what a red fox is, but this species may still surprise you.
Several friends in the Philippines were posing for a group photo, but this sea turtle had a better idea.
Volcano in Chile hasn't had a major eruption since 1962, but this one could be seen from 30 miles away.
Though years have passed, a number of animal species are still being harmed by the effects of the disaster and the full effects are yet to be known.
After stormy weather, the skies revealed a burst of color — and the Internet went crazy.
A new MNN comic explains why we should rename 'Wednesday' in honor of our home planet.
Australian photographer Kay Burn Lim takes us under the waves of Indonesia's Lembeh Strait, which is famous for its muck diving and vibrant marine life.
Eyeballs the size of their brain and the ability to leap 40 times their body length are just some of the things that make the tarsier absolutely fascinating.
An amusing video of a grizzly rubbing against a tree pairs perfectly with The Commodores' 'Brick House.' Have a laugh and find out why this bear is 'dancing.'
The majestic pair have what's believed to be the first active nest in 100 years.
Taking in the beauty of Butte Creek waterfalls is something to put on your travel destination list.
Americans' opinions about climate change are as divided as they are diverse.
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