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When looking for a place to settle down, young corals and fish use chemical cues to sniff out bad neighborhoods littered with seaweed.
A new study suggests a natural climate cycle in the North Atlantic Ocean gobbled Earth's extra heat.
The U.S. West is recoiling like a spring due to water loss from a severe drought, reports a new study.
Summer crowds at the beach may thin, as the season heads into its final month, but the waves keep coming, and with them some seriously strange things.
The chocolate spread is taking a beating due to bad news about this year's hazelnut shortage.
The Arizona monsoon is actually a long-documented meteorological phenomenon there. Continue reading →
The subglacial lakes in Antarctic are home to at least 3,931 species of microbes, a finding that resolves earlier controversies over whether life can exist in the dark, subzero temperatures.
Iceland has warned that its largest volcano is in danger of erupting, four years after millions of air travelers were grounded by a huge ash cloud from another peak.
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