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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 4:03 PM
The adorable duo inspired a book that the authors hope will 'show how similar foxes and dogs actually are.'
They might look sweet and innocent, but many of nature's cutest creatures are also deadly.
Heimo and Edna Korth have been living in Alaska's National Wildlife Refuge since before it was a refuge. Watch as VBS.tv spends a week with them.
A swirling sea of plastic bags, bottles and other debris is growing in the North Pacific, and now another one has been found in the Atlantic. But how did they get there? And is there anything we can do to clean them up?
Video: Licensed hunters will be allowed to stalk and kill the slithering serpents on state-managed lands around the Everglades with the revival of the snake hunt. WTVJ's Ari Odzer reports.
Designer Justin Perricone aptly illustrates the insanity behind the ingredient lists of some modern processed "foods".
If nothing else, this sharp editorial cartoon by Chappette will make you think about the some of the causes of climate change.
Take a journey to Alaska's Bristol Bay, where a healthy ecosystem brims with wild salmon and rich tradition.
An unlikely alliance bears fruit as military leaders realize that supporting local wildlife could mean fewer regulations down the road.
Rural residents in the Democratic Republic of Congo are raising the small, fast-reproducing rodents for food.
Take an Oceana quiz for a chance to win a trip to watch sea turtles in the wild.
Video: A 25-pound blue Great Dane measuring 3 feet 7 inches tall is the world's tallest dog, according to the Guinness World Records organization.
Scientists replace the liver cells of mice with human hepatocytes to test novel therapies for human liver diseases.
From Africa to Japan, animal researchers are discovering the extraordinary abilities elephants for language and even numbers.
Scientists genetically engineer a new strain of female mosquitoes that cannot fly, hoping the handicap will curb dengue fever outbreaks.
There's nothing like a day of sunny weather and temperatures in the 40s to get you pumped for some springtime bike riding.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.