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3.27.2020 7:24 PM
Pangolins: What are they and why are they linked to Covid-19?
Meet the curious animal linked to the novel coronavirus.
Back to nature
3.27.2020 1:41 PM
Coronavirus: 15 stunning photos show how animals are reclaiming human spaces
“There's something very beautiful about nature never giving up and showing us that we're temporary in the scheme of things.”
3.26.2020 11:00 AM
Beyond houseplants: 6 vegetables you can grow at home year-round
Use scraps from store-bought veggies to sprout new life.
3.25.2020 9:17 PM
Study reveals just how much humans will pay to avoid hot weather
New research underscores the true cost of heat waves on our well-being, and our wallets.
3.25.2020 7:18 PM
An old-school fuel may be the future of renewable energy, but there's a catch
The environmental benefits of using wood for energy could outweigh the cost of cutting down trees, a new study suggests.
3.25.2020 5:52 PM
Can you tame a tiger? The science behind Netfix's Tiger King
“Although tiger cubs are small and cute, they will quickly grow up..."
3.25.2020 4:00 AM
Study reveals how pigeons came to dominate the world’s cities
Here's how these birds came to thrive in the concrete jungle.
3.23.2020 8:07 PM
555-million-year-old fossil may reveal human’s earliest relatives
It’s a squirmy family reunion.
3.23.2020 7:02 PM
Amazingly high-res images reveal hidden details of frogs' evolution
"Their skulls show how strange and diverse frogs can be."
3.23.2020 7:00 PM
Counterintuitive study shows Pablo Escobar’s hippos aren’t actually nature-wrecking monsters
We may have it all wrong when it comes to this accidental invasive species.
3.22.2020 4:00 PM
During coronavirus quarantine, find inner calm with 7 real-time nature videos
Stay connected to the outside world, even while stuck on your couch.
3.19.2020 6:00 PM
In America’s Southwest, free love is vital to toad survival
Spadefoot toads are on the lookout for the fittest mates — species agnostic.
3.18.2020 8:24 PM
Meet the ‘Wonderchicken,’ the oldest-ever bird fossil discovery
"We almost had to pinch ourselves when we saw it."
3.18.2020 6:18 PM
Climate prediction study reveals a better way to prepare for natural disasters
New research shows how we can prepare for our future reality.
3.18.2020 6:05 PM
Two bizarre new shark species discovered near Madagascar
These sharks certainly live up to their name.
3.18.2020 12:15 AM
For narwhals, a big tusk means a sexual advantage
When it comes to romance, size really does matter.
3.17.2020 10:00 AM
How Siberian horses became an unlikely climate hero in the Arctic
These adorable animals may protect thawing permafrost.
3.16.2020 5:47 PM
Protecting California’s legendary wine may come down to one pollutant
Reducing ozone is a boost for agriculture.
3.15.2020 1:00 PM
9 mushroom uses: Surprising uses for the fungus that improve your life
There's a lot you can do besides eat these incredible organisms.
3.13.2020 6:19 PM
Excavation of 3,400-year-old ballcourt rewrites the origin of an ancient, brutal game
Archaeologists may have been wrong for decades about this iconic and mysterious game's origins.
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