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Why Does Florida Keep Getting Sinkholes? loading...
Why Does Florida Keep Getting Sinkholes?
Several sinkholes opened up in a retirement community overnight, and authorities are working to fix the situation.
Latest Earthquakes–and How Earthquakes Work loading...
Latest Earthquakes–and How Earthquakes Work
Earthquakes are a naturally destructive effect of our earth's constantly changing surface, and thousands of them happen every day.
Deep Bore Into Antarctica Finds Freezing Ice, Not Melting As Expected loading...
Deep Bore Into Antarctica Finds Freezing Ice, Not Melting As Expected
Scientists will leave sensors in the hole to better understand the long-term changes in the ice, which may have big implications for global sea level.
The Superfood Qualities Of Mushrooms loading...
The Superfood Qualities Of Mushrooms
The benefits of fungi are still largely unknown—but researchers keep turning up surprising ways they boost human health.
Why Snow Is Forming Donut-shape Spirals In Canada loading...
Why Snow Is Forming Donut-shape Spirals In Canada
The rare phenomenon can only occur under very specific winter weather conditions.
Experience The Magical Practice Of Forest Bathing loading...
Experience The Magical Practice Of Forest Bathing
Photographer Tali Kimelman brings the sensory experience of the forest to life after letting herself get lost in its beauty.
This Dutch Inventor Is Transforming Our Roads loading...
This Dutch Inventor Is Transforming Our Roads
His innovations will improve infrastructure with paint, stones, solar power, and reflective lines.
Stunning Super Blue Blood Moon Photo—How This Photographer Got the Shot loading...
Stunning Super Blue Blood Moon Photo—How This Photographer Got the Shot
To get a photo of the moon in all its glory, Keith Ladzinski relied on one camera tweak.
Earth's Poles Will Eventually Flip, So What Then? loading...
Earth's Poles Will Eventually Flip, So What Then?
From animal migrations to human communications, a reversal of Earth’s magnetic poles could seriously mess with life as we know it.
How A Wildlife Photographer Captured A Healthy Ecosystem loading...
How A Wildlife Photographer Captured A Healthy Ecosystem
Paul Nicklen discusses the importance of living "here and now" to protect the planet.
Chile Adds 10 Million Acres Of Parkland In Historic First loading...
Chile Adds 10 Million Acres Of Parkland In Historic First
American philanthropists and the Chilean government pledged to protect the land nearly a year ago. Now, it's official.
2017 Was The Hottest Year Yet In The World's Ocean loading...
2017 Was The Hottest Year Yet In The World's Ocean
Warming ocean waters can have harmful impacts on habitats like coral reefs and sea ice, to name a few.

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