Fanged Mouse-Deer Identified After Vanishing For A Generation loading...
Fanged Mouse-Deer Identified After Vanishing For A Generation
A small group of silver-backed chevrotains, tiny deer-like creatures, has been photographed in a Vietnamese forest after an intense search.
Exclusive: This 7,000-Year-Old Woman Was Among Sweden's Last Hunter-Gatherers loading...
Exclusive: This 7,000-Year-Old Woman Was Among Sweden's Last Hunter-Gatherers
Buried on a bed of antlers and adorned with ornaments, this woman was a special member of her community—but why?
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The Ghosts Of Ancient Hurricanes Live In Caribbean Blue Holes
Core samples pulled from submarine sinkholes reveal a 1,500-year record of powerful hurricanes that passed through the Bahamas on the way to the U.S. East Coast.
Living Tree Bridges In India Stand Strong For Hundreds Of Years loading...
Living Tree Bridges In India Stand Strong For Hundreds Of Years
The entwined roots of Indian rubber trees form bridges that—unlike steel structures—grow more durable with time.
Why The Berlin Wall Rose—And How It Fell loading...
Why The Berlin Wall Rose—And How It Fell
The ugly symbol of the Cold War was built to keep East Germans from escaping to the West. A decades-long fight to flee brought it down.
Rare Cancers Spreading Among Sea Creatures Have Scientists Perplexed loading...
Rare Cancers Spreading Among Sea Creatures Have Scientists Perplexed
Some malignancies can jump between different marine species, the latest in a series of discoveries that’s changed our understanding of cancer.
Release Of Whales From Notorious Russia Whale Jail Complete loading...
Release Of Whales From Notorious Russia Whale Jail Complete
After nearly five months, authorities have completed the release of all 97 orcas and beluga whales.
Quiet Evening When Sydney Harbour Became Cauldron Of Hell loading...
Quiet Evening When Sydney Harbour Became Cauldron Of Hell
Have you even heard of Howard D. Bode?
It’s Cool To Be Cold: Confessions Of Frigid-Weather Fanatics loading...
It’s Cool To Be Cold: Confessions Of Frigid-Weather Fanatics
These chionophiles are happiest in subzero temperatures, but they worry that embracing the cold is a challenge fewer will have the opportunity to accept.
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She Sees Trash As A Precious Commodity
‘Our trash doesn’t disappear, it goes somewhere’—and in a circular economy, it could be a valuable resource, says this environmentalist.
Deadly Virus Spreads Among Marine Mammals As Arctic Ice Melts loading...
Deadly Virus Spreads Among Marine Mammals As Arctic Ice Melts
As climate change worsens, scientists fear the virus—once found only in European waters—could spread to the U.S. West Coast.
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See The Mississippi River's Hidden History, Uncovered By Lasers
Using hyperprecise LiDAR data, a cartographer maps the river’s bends and channels over time with mesmerising results.

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