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More than 10,000 hours of video shot over 3,000 days in 12 countries captures never-before-seen examples of animal behavior and interaction.
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In many ways, the deep sea is the last great unexplored frontier on Earth.
To fulfill his promise to become the 'Climate Change President,' Obama will have to channel his inner Harry Truman.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Jan. 17-23.
They may be known for their surly dispositions, but camels are more than happy to eat tamarisk, one the West's most destructive and invasive plants.
Dogs have taken a unique evolutionary path that has led them to a life of domestic bliss, say researchers.
The fears of wildlife officials seem to have come true with news that the Asian carp might have finally found its way into Lake Michigan.
Naturally occurring antibodies in llamas inhibit one of the toxins atop the CDC's list of potential bioterror threats, researchers find.
Family pet’s training helped it escape an extremely close encounter with a deadly copperhead snake.
One local Texan either has a very low opinion of local news or a fantastic sense of humor.
Is the Jumping Light, a mashup of a kinetic-powered flashlight and a jump rope, all that green? Or is it just eco-design porn?
Are cruise ships landing in Haiti a help to the devastated nation or a slap in the face? Will Barbie's next job be as an environmentalist? And is tanning killing you?
Unusually high number of deadly arachnids causes alarm in Australia.
Video: Dozens of skunks have taken up residence at a Bronx, N.Y., apartment complex. WNBC's DeMarco Morgan reports.
Florida State scientists refer to this slow-moving fish as the Frank Lloyd Wright of the sea.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.