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These birds may also use their feet to groom themselves.
Immortality, much? Scientists believe that the hydra may be able to eternally resist going gentle into that good night.
Fusing her own blends of recycled glass to create jewels of light and color, this artist's gorgeous mosaics remind us of the spirit of nature.
A rare sighting of one the most endangered mammals in all of North America.
Hopefully this is another nail in the coffin of the myth that electric cars are bad in cold weather conditions.
Out of 300 photos of golden cats taken over the course of over 18,000 trap days, just four images of kittens have been captured.
How to start a business on the cheap with the latest version of the tricycle coffee franchise
This glowing, mobile art installation in the shape of a moon invites people to take it for a spin around its phases.
Reading is a healthy and rewarding habit that requires discipline. Here are some ideas for making it part of your regular routine.
The cross orbweaver spider is also commonly called a European garden spider.
Switching to a standing desk doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing endeavor.
Our work is only half-done. If we want to see big energy savings, we need to change people's behaviors.
Combining low-maintenance air plants with reused sea urchin shells, these unique creations look very much like mysterious jellyfish.
According to the research of author David Simon, the externalized cost of our animal food system totals about $414 billion per year, which is carried by all of us.
The holiday once marked by amorous missives and hand-plucked posies has evolved into a day of staggering statistics.
Gerhard Feldbacher has designed a lovely little portable home that you can drop anywhere in Austria.
The Resilient Design Institute suggests we should all have six weeks of food in our homes. Too much or too little?
The single-use coffee pod situation is getting so dire that one film producer decided to tackle it from a different angle, in hopes of catching consumers' attention.
We have citizen scientists and citizen journalists, so why not citizen first responders?
It's one of the few areas where people buying a home have a lot of choices. Here's a Pecha Kucha look at how to make the right one.