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Wed, Aug 20, 2014 2:39 PM
Without exposure to sunlight, the tiny organisms rely on minerals in the subglacial water and lake muck for the energy they need to survive.
The small, unrelated to birds dinosaur likely used its feathers to keep warm and attract mates.
A new video offers rare footage of a whale picking up a kayak — from the kayakers' perspective.
Moose were essentially wiped out from the United States not long after settlers arrived. But thankfully with conservation efforts they've experienced a resurgence. We'll let you in on the Maine places to view them.
While most researchers believe the predators were lone wolves, so to speak, multiple fossil specimens have been found in a single bone bed.
Minnesota football team declines to pay for bird-friendly materials in the massive, glass-roofed complex, and that may pose a serious threat to birds.
Through a pioneering waste-to-energy scheme, the spoiled stock at a Sainsbury's superstore will be used to keep the lights on and the refrigerated cases humming.
This monster of a bug was recently discovered in a remote area of China's Sichuan province.
The Catatumbo Lightning has helped sailors, thwarted invasions and wowed onlookers for thousands of years.
Never get surprised by the weather again with a personalized forecast that can even warn of bad hair days.
This species is known by several names including the water turkey and snake bird. Here's why.
The controversy around the amount of sea ice is due to the dataset that scientists have used for the past few years as their baseline possibly being wrong.
New Hampshire driver receives a $100 ticket for stopping in a median when she pulls over to help ducklings whose mother had been struck by a car.
Scientists are unsure how bats detect polarized light, especially as bats seem able to see such light after sunset or when it's cloudy.
Elephants use their superior sniffers to forage for food, identify family members and tell the difference between tribes in Africa.
Kepler-421b is about 100 million miles from its cool and dim parent star.
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