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Photo: Least tern adopts angel pose

Our photo of the day reveals the angelic side of an energetic tern.

Is the McMansion era over?

It appears that they have turned out to be a bad investment.

Artist's murals of animals in mystical metamorphosis reconnect us back to nature (Video)

Animals painted with fantastical realism undergo an extraordinary transformation in these large-scale artworks.

How to reduce exposure to pollutants while stuck in traffic

New study says simple adjustments to a car's ventilation system during traffic jams can reduce exposure to pollutants by up to 76 percent.

Have we reached Peak Dog in our cities?

On National Dog Day, a look at the question of doggie density

Off-grid Autonomous Tents are made for luxurious camping

Sitting like a white-shelled organism on the landscape, these hi-tech tents offer a glamorous camping experience.

Happy 25th birthday, Linux!

There's a lot for TreeHuggers to love about the little operating system.

Sage Project turns food data into personalized interactive food labels for the 21st century

This food label platform takes complex food data and turns it into easy-to-understand and actionable information that fits our own health goals.

These 70-year old sea snake hunters are supernaturally fearless (video)

Watch Yoko and Setsuko descend into the dark watery caves to catch super venomous snakes with their bare hands.

Hide and seek championship to be held in Italian ghost town

Grown-ups frolicking in an abandoned Italian resort reminds us that playing isn’t just for kids.

World's tallest timber tower topped off

Acton Ostry's Brock Commons student residence goes up ahead of schedule

Couple builds their own adventurous 204 sq. ft. modern shed home

This self-built tiny home looks like a shed on the outside, but hides a beautiful, modern interior within.

2020 Tokyo Olympics medals will be made from metals recovered from e-waste

By reclaiming precious metals from its 'urban mine' of obsolete electronics, Japan may be able to produce the medals for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics from recycled materials.

Airlander crash-lands on its no-longer flying bum

The second flight doesn't quite go as smoothly as the first.

5 houseplants for removing indoor air pollution

New research finds that certain houseplants are best for removing specific harmful compounds.

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