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Earth Day is just around the corner. But like last year, we might have to celebrate at home once again. We've come up with a list of products that could help get you outside to appreciate Mother Nature in person or from the comfort of your home.
A fossil of the ancient shark, now named Dracopristis hoffmanorum, was found in 2013 by a team of researchers.
To keep your vase of cut flowers fresher for longer, opt for flowers that will last for weeks rather than days.
If you're not sure that you'll be able to keep up with the care perfectly, there are plenty of plants that will forgive a little neglect.
Yawning has been a subject of scientific debate for years. Now researchers think it could have social advantages for the big cats.
In the world of nature-based solutions, preventing deforestation will have the biggest near-term impact on slowing the rate of global warming.
Salmonella linked to bird feeders is to blame for recent deaths affecting certain species of North American finches.
Visitors arriving by vehicle or motorcycle will need to book a day use reservation to enter Yosemite National Park.
It's probably not aliens leaving the mysterious monoliths across the globe, but we can hope.
Until now cameras only allowed a glimpse into the secret nocturnal life of animals, but with next-generation cameras, this new Apple TV+ docuseries, for which Newsweek had a first look video, reveals wildlife at night clear as day for the first time ever.
£165 million worth of funding cuts has meant Natural England is unable to protect the country's most valuable habitats according to a report by the Prospect trade union.
"They're kinda like discarded chicken bones," said Adrian Smith, who studies the Formica archboldi ants.
It stacks its old molted heads on top of one another, sometimes up to seven skulls high.
The snake catcher was then called out to a report of another Eastern brown snake at a nearby house.
The event will take place in Colorado but can be live-streamed.
David Orin has a love of reptiles that allows him to admire their beauty, even in situations that look scary.
The carpet pythons can be seen twisting and wrapping around each other, an act that members of the public often mistake for mating.
The team hopes the work brings us a step closer to new treatments.
Luckily, the whole thing was caught on video.
Researchers also found evidence to suggest wasps had killed a number of other nestlings in the area.
We've fought hard to find the right balance between protecting our public health and supporting the economy. Passing the Great American Outdoors Act addresses the need for both.
The discovery could shed light on the mysterious formation of strange, metallic balls that have been documented on the seafloor across many parts of the world.
Researchers looked at data on the Chinese city of Wuhan, the original epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic, for their study.
The remains of the giant squid will be preserved in the wet collection of the Iziko South African Museum.
Flowers have the inherent ability to make us think about nature and its limitless beauty. In urban environments filled with dull hues, the vibrant colors of flowers make us think about the beauty that is out there. Bloomsybox allows you to bring in the beauty, peace, and the vibrant colors of Mother Nature, wherever you are.
Nature provides us with a simple way to improve emotional health—in this case, flowers. The presence of flowers triggers happy emotions, heightens feelings of life satisfaction, and affects social behavior in a positive manner far beyond what is normally believed.
A Dutch nature program takes us inside a city apartment for a rare view from inside the nest of a Eurasian eagle-owl that decided to raise her chicks in his garden window box.
Back in 1979, I was looking for gibbons in Khao Yai National Park in Thailand. There in front of us, about 30 feet away, was a large tiger lying in the middle of the trail.