If you were to fly over Enceladus' southernmost regions, you'd witness a remarkable sight. With surprising frequency, this ice-covered moon spurts a plume of water into space — a telltale sign that a global ocean lies underneath.
This deceased humpback washed up on shore in Queensland, Australia. When the tide can't pull the animal back into the water, there's only one option: dig a massive grave and tip the whale in.
Know the difference between a channel and a sound? Neither did we.
"I started volunteering with Brown Girl Surf about six months ago. I feel like the organization represents me. It represents everything that I stand for. It wants to create a space for me and for that I’m so grateful."
In a number of projects and proposals, architects and urban planners are working with water instead of against it
When the utilities company shuts off your water, it's not just rough doing basic tasks. It can put your whole life at stake.
Well, technically they're little guys that come together to form a blob — think of the blob like it's an apartment building.
The way this creepy-crawler builds a nest underwater is so serenely beautiful that you might just turn a new leaf on spiders.
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How else did you think this would go, brah?
Oh sure, it's fine. Have your phone out, with no case, while the boat makes these crazy-tight turns. Nothing could possibly go wrong.
Chunks of ice falling off a glacier? No big deal. A huge piece flipping and rolling around in the water? Pretty cool.
This beats every surf scene in "Point Blank," no questions asked. These dogs are the Johnny Utah and Bodhi of dog surfing.
Why some researchers are proposing a drastic measure to save a threatened ecosystem
If these folks hadn't showed up with their souped-up jet boat before the fire department did, some shoreline property might've been toast.
The camera loves this seal and this seal loves the camera back.
There's only one kind of octopus that's adapted to walk on land. It puts the skill to good, lethal use.
Even hardcore devotees disagree, though many acknowledge there’s something profoundly spiritual about catching waves — a feeling scientists attribute to the power of being in the water.
The Havasupai are attempting to fight back against the operation of a uranium mine that they say could contaminate their sole water source.
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