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How the oceans have become hostile for animals loading...
How the oceans have become hostile for animals
Climate change and overfishing have rocked life in the ocean—but some species fare better than others.
Sea turtles are being born mostly female due to warming—will they survive? loading...
Sea turtles are being born mostly female due to warming—will they survive?
Climate change is causing a crisis in sea turtle sex ratios. But there are signs of hope.
These tough-looking monkeys eke out a living at 11,000 feet loading...
These tough-looking monkeys eke out a living at 11,000 feet
Think life is hard? Imagine eating grass, sleeping on cliffs while hyenas wait to kill you, and doing it all in rain, sleet, and snow in Ethiopia’s highlands.
These animals thrive in extreme mountain conditions—here's how loading...
These animals thrive in extreme mountain conditions—here's how
It’s steep, it’s cold, and there’s little food, yet mountain habitats support a wide range of animals.
Nature makes you better loading...
Nature makes you better
Five countries heeding the call of the wild.
See the microscopic wonders of herbs loading...
See the microscopic wonders of herbs
A photographer reveals the intricacies of kitchen herbs. The result is otherworldly.
Rising seas give island nation a stark choice: relocate or elevate loading...
Rising seas give island nation a stark choice: relocate or elevate
Climate change means the low-lying Marshall Islands must consider drastic measures, including building new artificial islands.
Protesters battle police in a fight for an ancient forest loading...
Protesters battle police in a fight for an ancient forest
Parts of Germany's Hambach forest have been untouched for 12,000 years, but plans to expand a coal mine could make the forest a thing of the past.
Super Typhoon Mangkhut's Chaos in 13 Dramatic Pictures loading...
Super Typhoon Mangkhut's Chaos in 13 Dramatic Pictures
The Category 5 storm has caused death and chaos in the Philippines and China.
Here's What'll Happen When Plate Tectonics Grinds to a Halt loading...
Here's What'll Happen When Plate Tectonics Grinds to a Halt
A new study says we may only have another 1.45 billion years to enjoy the dynamic action of Earth’s geologic engine.
The Race Is On to Mine the Deep Sea—But Scientists Are Wary loading...
The Race Is On to Mine the Deep Sea—But Scientists Are Wary
Some of the biggest deposits of iron, copper, and rare-earth elements are in the middle of the Pacific. They come at a cost.
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The highest mountains on Earth are home to some amazing creatures but with extreme weather and limited oxygen, only the toughest will survive.

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