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Mon, Apr 20, 2015 8:17 PM
Add yet another group of people to the list of civilizations who re-discovered the New World before Columbus.
Charged solar particles enhanced the brilliance of the northern lights.
Rare foxes living only on the Channel Islands off California nearly disappeared forever. But recovery efforts have brought them back, and in record time!
Scientists remain unsure if the catfish will shoot intergalactic smugglers first or not.
Researched turned to collagen from bones to determine these oddball animals' lineages.
Spring is right around the corner and we're ready to herald in the season of showers and flowers!
Covering 322,000 square miles, the U.K.'s new marine reserve in the Pacific represents a huge victory for biodiversity campaigners. (And fish.)
For an animal that looks a bit like a furry boulder, a bison has quite a few surprising moves.
Han Son Doong is known for its swift underground river, vast caverns, cloudy micro-climate, fossilized passageways and, most of all, the jungle that grows within it!
Test your knowledge of the wild world of animal mating.
Dr. Joseph Roche, one of 100 candidates shortlisted for the planned one-way trip to the red planet, speaks out about the 'hopelessly flawed scheme.'
An exceptionally snowy winter can alter migration patterns, make foraging for food difficult and make a typical environment uninhabitable.
A new time-lapse video offers an appropriately retro tribute to flower power.
Researchers think unusually warm waters might be the reason for stranded and starving pups.
The eclipse won't be visible to most, but Europeans will be treated to a large partial eclipse of the sun.
The waters are feeding areas for endangered blue whales, humpback whales, sharks, salmon and seabirds.
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