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Last American slave ship is discovered in Alabama
The schooner Clotilda—the last known ship to bring enslaved Africans to America’s shores—has been discovered in a remote arm ...
This is the world's rarest form of gold. New clues are revealing why.
In 1887, as Colorado's gold production neared its peak, the Ground Hog mine near the town of Gilman yielded an unexpected ...
Botswana lifts ban on elephant hunting
After a five-year suspension, the government of Botswana has decided once again to allow sport hunters to kill elephants, ...
New 'dragon' species may already be extinct
In the last remaining pockets of natural grassland in southeastern Australia lives a lizard so small it can hide in spider ...
More people are eating marine animals—with deadly results
Swelling human populations and seafood declines in places like West Africa have led to an increased demand for sea animals like whales, dolphins, seals, and sea turtles: something scientists call ...
Strange waves rippled around Earth. Now we may know why.
On May 10, 2018, the geologic beasts of the tiny island of Mayotte began to stir. Thousands of earthquakes rattled the French ...
Giant tiger sharks eat backyard birds, surprising study reveals
Tiger sharks are among the most imposing predators of tropical seas. Reaching lengths of 15 feet or more, the beastly fish also have voracious appetites, devouring everything from sea turtles to ...
These 6 space centers are celebrating the moonwalk’s 50th anniversary
All eyes are on the skies this year for the countdown to July 20, 2019, which marks a half-century since Neil Armstrong and ...
As the climate crisis worsens, cities turn to parks
City parks have long been a place for urban residents surrounded by the gray of asphalt and concrete to get a small dose of ...
Plants help absorb our carbon, but for how much longer?
All the shrubs, vines, and trees that surround you play a critical part in pulling excess carbon out of the atmosphere, and a ...
Explore Leonardo da Vinci works from Queen Elizabeth II's private collection
The Royal Collection’s drawings by Leonardo da Vinci don't leave their protected sanctuary at Windsor Castle very often. But ...
Invasion of the stink bugs: how a tiny insect roils global communities
A stinky bug eating its way through the economy of an agricultural region in Eastern Europe stands as a stark example of how ...