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The invasive species native to Japan and the Korean peninsula is no friend to forests or gardeners.
Pesticides known to kill bees, neonicotinoids, were found in over half of garden plants from local home improvement stores.
A once-in-a-lifetime event is happening in California, where an endangered enormous plant that blooms every 100 years readies to burst into thousands of flowers.
Flowers often need reproductive help from birds and bees, not to mention bats, moths, lizards and primates.
Peatland covers tens of thousands of miles and contains peat 23 feet underground.
A conservation organization is protesting a plant to fire air guns off the New Jersey coast, which could harm whales and other wildlife. Continue reading →
In the latest attempt to explain the cause of these circular patches, a group of researchers turned to aerial images.
Rachel Sussman spent a decade traveling to remote locations around the world to photograph continuously living organisms that are 2,000 years old and older.
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