A fossilized tomatillo, still in its papery shell, is the earliest fruit from the tomato family ever found in South America.
A gruesome plant blooms in the United Kingdom after more than a decade. Continue reading →
Plants that were frozen under a glacier for hundreds of years return to life. Continue reading →
Grasses are taking advantage of the warming Antarctic climate. Are weeds next?
An unexpected temperature spike this week in a nuclear reactor at the embattled Fukushima plant, has required emergency countermeasures.
Here at Discovery News, we understand the crisis in Japan is confusing. There was an earthquake, a tsunami and now a nuclear disaster. Our experts are on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Tropical forests under sustainable management have doubled in the last five years, but that's a small fraction of the total.
Want to plant a tree in the afterlife? A biodegradable urn that doubles as a seed-starter kit makes it easy to take that green thumb with you to the grave.
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