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Two Potentially Life-Friendly Planets Found Orbiting A Nearby Star loading...
Two Potentially Life-Friendly Planets Found Orbiting A Nearby Star
“We will eventually see if they are actually habitable and, perhaps, even inhabited,” astronomers predict.
Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal loading...
Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal
The prehistoric predators may have had shaggy coats that changed colours with the seasons, helping them hunt caribou and mammoth.
The Secret Lives Of Fish-Eating, Beaver-Ambushing Wolves Of Minnesota loading...
The Secret Lives Of Fish-Eating, Beaver-Ambushing Wolves Of Minnesota
In the Great Lakes' boreal forests, grey wolves have evolved surprisingly flexible diets and hunting strategies.
How Many Squirrels Live In NYC’s Central Park? We Finally Have The Answer. loading...
How Many Squirrels Live In NYC’s Central Park? We Finally Have The Answer.
The inaugural census, announced at the venerable Explorers Club, has a real scientific purpose.
Large Disease Outbreaks Might Be New Normal loading...
Large Disease Outbreaks Might Be New Normal
The African Swine Flu is often referred to as the Ebola of the animal world and with its near 100 per cent mortality rate, the latest outbreak across Asia is a major threat to the region’s food security according to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations.
How Strong Is Africa’s Last Elephant Stronghold? loading...
How Strong Is Africa’s Last Elephant Stronghold?
Newly published aerial surveys—out just weeks after the country lifted its hunting ban—indicate that poaching is on the rise in Botswana.
Slave Labour Is Used To Catch Fish. This Tech Aims To Stop It. loading...
Slave Labour Is Used To Catch Fish. This Tech Aims To Stop It.
By using existing technology—satellites and AI—to monitor suspicious behaviour at sea, activists are shining a spotlight on an industry that’s rife with abuses.
Want To Ditch Plastic Straws? Consider These. loading...
Want To Ditch Plastic Straws? Consider These.
Americans employ more than 100 million single-use plastic straws a day. To cut back, try a reusable one made of bamboo, titanium, or glass.
Here’s Why Women May Be The Best Suited For Spaceflight loading...
Here’s Why Women May Be The Best Suited For Spaceflight
Physically and mentally, women have the right stuff for expeditions into deep space. So why send male astronauts at all?
Biking Is The Best Way To See A City—And It’s Good For The Planet loading...
Biking Is The Best Way To See A City—And It’s Good For The Planet
Take a spin through five cities that have built bike lanes for sustainability and fun.
This Dreamy Arctic Scene Won National Geographic’s Travel Photo Contest loading...
This Dreamy Arctic Scene Won National Geographic’s Travel Photo Contest
Meet the photographer behind the grand prize—winning photo and learn how it was taken.
Carnivorous Plants Eat Far More Salamanders Than Scientists Thought loading...
Carnivorous Plants Eat Far More Salamanders Than Scientists Thought
Vertebrates were considered an occasional snack for pitcher plants. A new study turns that idea upside down.

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