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Giant Squid Could Be Bigger Than a School Bus
In Bethlehem's Ancient Church, a Long Unseen Presence Appears
Week's Best Space Pictures: How Huge Black Holes Are Born
Portugal Ditched Fossil Fuels for 4 Days. Can We Go Longer?
Achieving a big scale-up of renewable energy will take more than building wind and solar power plants.
11 Otherworldly Pictures of Abandoned WWII Bunkers
Hiroshima Survivors Have a Message for Obama
Hundreds of Greek Artifacts Are on the Move
Now Is the Best Time to Spot the Space Station
New Species of Silver Snake Is Extremely Endangered
The shiny reptile likely only numbers a thousand individuals in its remote Bahamas habitat, experts say.
New Film Shows Brutalization of Temple Elephants in India
A new documentary exposes the plight of Kerala?s temple elephants.
12-Year-Old Wins Geographic Bee in Nail-Biter?How Would You Do?
Students demonstrate an impressive command of maps and world affairs in thrilling competition.
Neanderthals Built Mysterious Stone Circles
A Road Trip Down Memory Lane
New Evidence Shows the Illegal Pet Trade Is Wiping Out Indonesia?s Birds
Indonesia has a long history of keeping birds as pets, but now it?s driving many species to the brink.
The First Official Climate Refugees in the U.S. Race Against Time
A Native American tribe struggles to hold on to their culture in a Louisiana bayou while their land slips into the Gulf of Mexico.
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