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Dramatic Photos of Our World From Above
This photographer provides a bird's-eye view of urban and natural wonders.
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Why Snow In Eastern Europe Is Turning Orange
Meteorologists say the sand-spurred phenomenon happens once every five years.
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Arctic Sea Ice Is Second-Lowest on Record
But the amount of ice found throughout most of the Arctic was even lower than in recent years, except for the region around Japan.
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Surreal Photos Of India's Living Root Bridges
These intricate living structures take 15 to 30 years to complete.
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Meat Eating Plant Found Stealing Bugs From Its Neighbours
Sundews growing in a Japanese bog turned out to be far more devious than imagined.
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The World's Most Colourful Natural Phenomena
These bright and bold natural events are awe-inspiring. Just make sure you get the timing right.
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Why Does Florida Keep Getting Sinkholes?
Several sinkholes opened up in a retirement community overnight, and authorities are working to fix the situation.
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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.
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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.
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This Dutch Inventor Is Transforming Our Roads
His innovations will improve infrastructure with paint, stones, solar power, and reflective lines.
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Join Harry Marshall and his fearless crew into the Amazonia, as they battle oppressive heat and hordes of insects to examine the world's mightiest river and film seldom-seen creatures and sights.

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