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How This 7-Metre Python Swallowed a Man Whole
A shocking video from Indonesia reportedly shows the moment a snake was cut open and a 25-year-old man was found inside.
Enormous Fish Make One of the World’s Largest Migrations loading...
Enormous Fish Make One of the World’s Largest Migrations
Billions of fish make an annual trek through the rivers of Southeast Asia, supporting millions of people. Yet scientists still don’t know much about them.
Mesmerizing Photos Reveal Hidden World of Underwater Caves loading...
Mesmerizing Photos Reveal Hidden World of Underwater Caves
Dye experiments and a 360-degree tour are helping Floridians understand their water supply.
‘Two-Headed Snake’ Shocks Homeowner loading...
‘Two-Headed Snake’ Shocks Homeowner
The unusual creature with an eerie blinking “eye” showcases the incredible power of animal mimicry.
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11 New Cloud Types Named—First in 30 Years
Without personal technology, such as smartphones, these new clouds might have never been added to the International Cloud Atlas.
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How to Photograph an Orchid
These fascinating plants are worlds unto themselves.
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The Energy of Tomorrow Looks Strikingly Artistic from Above
Two photographers share their unique perspectives on the growing wind and solar power industries.
The Potential Big Impact of Trump's Clean Water Rollback loading...
The Potential Big Impact of Trump's Clean Water Rollback
Under the Trump administration seasonal streams and wetlands might not be protected. That could pollute waters near you.
Can the Amazon of Southeast Asia Be Saved? loading...
Can the Amazon of Southeast Asia Be Saved?
The Mekong River Basin supports millions of people and some of the world’s richest biodiversity, but it must overcome many threats.
Grand Canyon Adventure: The 800-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us loading...
Grand Canyon Adventure: The 800-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us
Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride explore the Grand Canyon
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