Coffee shops love the free advertising that disposable cups provide, despite the fact that they're impossible to recycle.
"It's like the setting sun with a reddish hue, except it's 1:30 in the afternoon."
The hollow creature is is made up of hundreds of thousands of organisms, all wiggling and squirming together in tandem. (You're welcome).
Tourists in an uncovered truck at Tadoba National Park in Maharashtra, India got to see a tiger up close... Too close, in fact.
As human population growth fuels the need for increased crop yields, researchers look to engineer plants that perform photosynthesis more efficiently.
The death toll in the Camp Fire raging in Butte County rose to 29 on Sunday, tying the inferno with the deadliest toll in California's recorded history.
For 50 years, evolutionary theory has emphasized the importance of neutral mutations over adaptive ones in DNA. Real genomic data challenge that assumption.
Angry about climate change, activists shut down an oil pipeline in Minnesota — and then tried to convince a jury that their illegal actions were necessary.
The long life and slow death of woods porn.
An unprecedented fossil fuel venture in the Beaufort Sea is feeling the consequences of warming Arctic temperatures.
There are very clearly no grubs in a metal roof. No, this bird just wants to enact as much pain as possible.
At least five people are dead after a wildfire broke out in Paradise, California, destroying everything in its wake. This clip from CNN correspondent Nick Valencia shows the disturbing aftermath of the blaze, as the burned husks of cars and buses sit abandoned along a major road.
NASA data from a satellite which died five years ago shows multiple lost continents underneath the frozen one. Dead men may tell no tales but it looks like dead satellites can.
The 27,000-person community of Paradise was ravaged by the explosive Camp Fire last night. Early reports indicate the entire town was basically wiped out, and residents died or were severely burned trying to escape the inferno.
We're glad that he made it out eventually, but this was hard to watch, which means it must have been excruciating to experience firsthand.
If you had to come up with a fantasy monster, "giant worm that lives underground and attacks with two gigantic pincers" would be a pretty solid effort. Unfortunately, it already exists.
In a world of climate change, creating a biome of one’s own.
Bread makes ducks sick. You come into my city and feed bread to my Hot Duck. How would you feel if I came into your house and threw dog food at your kids?
These guys are so nonchalant and we're getting seasick just watching this.
Due to its unparalleled exposure to natural disasters, Manizales in central Colombia is globally recognized for its innovative approach to prevention and response.
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