Europe has been dealing with the high winds of Storm Friederike, and not everyone was prepared for it.
"You can't evade me forever, you tasty black box."
But it's hard to look away too.
Guess this is what winter wonderland really looks like.
Almost no animals out there make blue pigments — even the ones that look blue. Yes, it's confusing.
A wild desire to preserve one of Utah's most famous natural monuments almost destroyed it.
Private landowners present a rising threat to the millions of acres set aside for public use by blocking access to public lands.
The poor sloth had somehow managed to survive a storm and the high tides of the ocean from the night before.
The deep powder. The beautiful glades. The calming carving pattern. The soothing sounds of "Clair de Lune" playing in the background. Yep. This video is perfect.
From just text to Jane Goodall to the Titanic.
Whether off limits thanks to government regulations or just the sheer power of nature, a variety of tantalizing mountainous wonders across the world are as yet unconquered by climbers.
"You might have caught this, but I'm the one that's going to be eating this. Deal with it."
Apparently, when a shark charges you, just keep calm, carry on and oh, slap it in the face.
When permafrost melts, it will release unprecedented quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Could animals — including resurrected woolly mammoths — help preserve the permafrost of Siberia?
"We looked down out of the plane, and all there was was white. It was just ice. There was normally a group of 50-plus black dots."
These people seem unreasonably chill about their dog sprinting at an 11-foot crocodile.
A group of divers has found a connection between two underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet, a discovery that could help shed new light on the ancient Maya civilization.
A strange animal mystery captivated the internet back in 2015: 200,000 critically endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan died from internal bleeding after infections. Some researchers now have an update on that story, and it's tied to warmer temperatures.
Snakes, sharks, spiders — just how deadly are these creatures and how disproportionate is our fear of them? To find out we compiled a list of deaths commonly associated with summer.
It's just a layer of ice breaking apart over a waterfall on Massachusett's Hoosic River, but we could watch this on loop for a really long time?
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