|Filed Under:||Arts / Photography|
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|Archived Since:||March 6, 2015|
Once nearly extinct, there are now more than 100,00 crocodiles in northern Australia. And the government keeps the population in check through regulated hunting.
The Mountains of Kong are magnificent, impassable and totally not real.
In the 1970s, intelligence agencies supposedly sent out cryptic messages over the radio. Photographer Lewis Bush tries to hunt down their origin.
Cassini nears the end of its Grande Finale, the sun releases a giant solar flare, and a shot of Mars' Melas Chasma this week in space.
The Columbia River Gorge is cherished by locals and tourists alike. But over the weekend, the beloved canyon caught fire.
The gunman and blood are fake, but the threat is real.
A megamaser galaxy, a Cosmic Eyelash, and Cassini makes a movie about Saturn this week in space.
A British photographer captured the moment a Tornado GR4 soared through a radiant band of ROYGBIV.
Scenes on the ground during Texas' historic storm.
Edoardo Delille and Giulia Piermatiri photographed NGOs helping people crossing the border from Mexico and a paramilitary group trying to stop them.
Rachel Bujalski documents the people who drove hundreds of miles and countless hours to see the eclipse.
Some 600 people watched the eclipse in a field in eastern Oregon. And photographer Brian Guido watched them.
A jellyfish galaxy with a supermassive black hole, Jupiter's many clouds, and stunning views of Titan this week in space.
An enormous barred spiral galaxy, a close-up of Jupiter's great red spot, and more this week in space.
As the blaze careened towards a neighborhood in Oroville, four firefighters jumped into action.
Surrounded by colors, all they see is gray.
Xiaoxiao Xu dreams of flying. So do the DIY aviators who fill her delightful new photo book.
Photographer Mattia Vacca documented volunteers and draftees training at Lithuanian military camps.
Ayesha Malike documents Dhahran Camp, home to employees of ARAMCO.
A barred spiral galaxy, craters on a dwarf planet, and a close-up of the sun's surface.