Watch a Thirsty Wasp Drink Water in Mesmerizing Slow Motion loading...
Watch a Thirsty Wasp Drink Water in Mesmerizing Slow Motion
In a unique video, a wasp seemingly tries to catch drop after drop of water in a delicate dance between hydration and drenched wings.
Here’s What Makes a Dripping Faucet Go ‘Plink’ loading...
Here’s What Makes a Dripping Faucet Go ‘Plink’
Annoyed by the persistent dripping of water in a bucket, one scientist set out to learn what creates the distinctive sound.
Why Cape Town Is Running Out Of Water, And Who’s Next loading...
Why Cape Town Is Running Out Of Water, And Who’s Next
The South African city plans to shut off the taps to 4 million people. But it's just one of many cities around the world facing a future with too little water.
Huge Water Reserves Found All Over Mars loading...
Huge Water Reserves Found All Over Mars
New NASA images show layers of ice peeking out of eroded cliffs—a potential boon for future humans on the red planet.
Duck-Like Dinosaur Is Among Oddest Fossils Yet Found loading...
Duck-Like Dinosaur Is Among Oddest Fossils Yet Found
The exquisite fossil, which was rescued from poachers, is one of the few known dinosaurs that lived on the water.
9 Delightful Adventures Along the Water loading...
9 Delightful Adventures Along the Water
Your perfect aquatic adventure is on this list—even if you prefer to stay dry.
Maps Show How Water Can Be a Precious Lifeline—or a Deadly Weapon loading...
Maps Show How Water Can Be a Precious Lifeline—or a Deadly Weapon
A new atlas by "guerrilla cartographers" explores the importance of water in everything from ancient mythology to modern warfare.
Water Found Deep Inside the Moon—Get the Facts loading...
Water Found Deep Inside the Moon—Get the Facts
Satellite data suggest that water inside the moon is widespread, and that volcanic rocks may be a valuable resource for future explorers.
Turning Salt Water into.. Fresh Water loading...
Turning Salt Water into.. Fresh Water
With a little help from the sun.
Bizarre, Glowing Sea Creatures Bloom in the Pacific loading...
Bizarre, Glowing Sea Creatures Bloom in the Pacific
Tropical, tube-shaped animals called pyrosomes, known as "fire bodies," appear by the millions off the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. No one knows why.
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As California experiences increasing water woes and the future of its agriculture becomes less certain, the world is waking up to the stark reality that water has become a commodity and it is one that is already being exploited by those in power.

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