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The carcass of a bison that drowned in the Yellowstone River became a feast for this wolf and her two-year-old offspring.
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Within sight of downtown Seoul, South Korea’s capital and a hub of modern stressful life, salesman Sungvin Hong rests after a hike in Bukhansan National Park.
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Berkeley Earth was created to address potential biases in the land surface temperature record. We are now expanding scientific investigations, educating and communicating about climate change, and evaluating mitigation efforts in developing and developed economies.
An American crocodile rises from a bed of turtle grass to return to the labyrinth of mangrove roots that offer near-impenetrable shelter.
Join founder Bert Sperling for a live video Q&A the first Tuesday of every month at 67 PM PST/8 PM EST. The next is Tuesday, June 6th - here's the link to watch, ask questions and comment: Click here to watch.. Watch past town halls here.
Tempted by the fruit of a strangler fig, a Bornean orangutan climbs 655 feet into the canopy. With males weighing as much as 755 pounds, orangutans are the world’s largest tree-dwelling animals.