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New Redheaded Opossum Named After Magical Gnome
The rat-size marsupial prowls the tropical rain forests of northern Brazil at night.
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World's Oldest Wild Bird Has Baby at 66
Not only that, but Wisdom has hatched chicks two years in a row—a rare feat for albatross.
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See Mammoth 'Hole' Open In This Lake
Drone footage captured a mesmerising spillway that began draining water after this lake experienced record rainfall.
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We Are Wired To Be Outside
Science is demonstrating what we intuitively know: Nature makes us happy.
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See Award-Winning Underwater Photos From Around the World
These 13 photos were among those recognized by the Underwater Photographer of the Year contest, which showcases the best in underwater photography.
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Is Zealandia Really The 8th Continent?
A team of researchers argue that a hidden continental mass has been completely overlooked.
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Climate Change Makes Goat Meat Tough
East African chefs worry that a staple business is threatened by a changing environment.
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What to Do When a Wild Seal Hops On Your Kayak
A young seal’s playful behavior points to a broader issue: how should we interact with wild animals?
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How to Photograph Yosemite’s Dazzling ‘Firefall’
If conditions are just right, Yosemite’s Horsetail Fall can gleam a brilliant orange. But to get your perfect picture, keep an eye on the weather.
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Vietnam was a land ravaged by war but the nature here managed to rejuvenate and it has become one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. This program explores how this was possible and shows some of the most unique animals on earth that have made Vietnam their home.

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