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I shot this from up in a tree stand while documenting a bear hunt in Athabasca (Alberta, Canada). Beavers are used as bait, often... [Read More]
New study finds that approximately 60 percent of people of European-descent in the U.S. can be matched to a third cousin or closer... [Read More]
Shepard has endured as a symbol of violent hate crimes against LGBTQ people... [Read More]
The heiress, poet and activist funded and oversaw military field hospitals during both world wars, penned series of sonnets inspired by wartime experiences... [Read More]
A new study suggests that exposure to large home libraries may have a long-term impact on proficiency in three key areas... [Read More]
Scientists analyzed DNA samples from 141,431 pregnant Chinese women, or roughly 1/10,000 of the country's population... [Read More]
But some participants in a recent study were able to recall as many as 10,000 faces... [Read More]
A new ordinance means that at least 30 percent of new public art will depict notable women of history, beginning with Maya Angelou... [Read More]
Experts describe conflicting scenarios that alternately find the state's poisonous algal bloom either weakening offshore or spreading inland... [Read More]
This stripy toe sock appears to have warmed the foot of a tot in the late antiquity period... [Read More]
Her 1992 nude self-portrait... [Read More]
A Norwegian aquaculture company plans to combat sea lice and other problems by monitoring individual salmon in a high-tech fish farms... [Read More]
A musky ingredient in this infamous scent may be the secret to ensnaring an elusive killer... [Read More]
During the pogrom, a white mob killed an estimated 300 black Tulsans. According to eyewitnesses, the dead are buried in unmarked mass graves in Greenwood... [Read More]
A new study has found that a host of similar animals match, or even exceed dogs' intellectual abilities... [Read More]
The flexible wearable could be an alternative to current invasive methods of measuring central blood pressure within the human body... [Read More]
The Dynamoterror, a relative of Tyrannosaurs rex, lived millions of years before other known species of tyrannosaur... [Read More]
Far from consequential, the battle over where the papers of the Republic of Texas should reside reminds us of the politics of historical memory... [Read More]
Leading climate scientists paint dire portrait of years to come if we maintain carbon-emission status quo... [Read More]
Cartographers had previously been in the habit of representing the Scottish islands inside a box because they are located so far from the mainland... [Read More]
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