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Spiders rely on the vibrations in their webs to perceive their environment, and now we can hear their mysterious music.
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Once in the grip of insurgency, Manas National Park in Northeast India had lost most of its wildlife to poachers. Now, some former poachers are using their intimate knowledge of the forest to renew it.
'Einsteinium' was first recovered from the debris of a hydrogen bomb in 1952, and it's been difficult to characterize in the laboratory and study in detail. Until now.
From waiting for the perfect setting for years to being emotionally stirred by human-wildlife conflicts, these photographers share stories behind their most challenging photos.
A gallon of semen from a popular show jumping stallion is worth $4.7 million.
A film crew visited the northernmost settlements in the world, documenting life in one of the most extreme places on earth.