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NASA detects water plume the size of U.S. streaming from Saturn's moon
The discovery has scientists excited about the possibility of alien life on icy Enceladus, one of Saturn's 100-plus moons.
Pit bull reacting to her face on owner's shirt leaves internet in stitches
"How is she so smart? My dog won't even listen when I talk to him on the phone," said one social media user.
Graveyard of extinct elephants from 5 million years ago found in Florida
The once-in-a-lifetime skeleton is the most complete gomphothere fossil from its time period discovered in Florida.
Florida lake warning issued over large algae bloom
It's not the first time toxic blue green algae has caused issues in Lake Okeechobee, a state of emergency having been declared in 2018.
Dolphins and other mammals wash up dead in New Jersey
Four dolphins have washed ashore in just four days, along with other marine mammals. But the "unusual mortality event" began much earlier, says NOAA Fisheries.
What the storms of Jupiter can teach us
Lightening on Jupiter and Earth may actually be comparable, despite the two planets being vastly different.
Puppy is visibly annoyed by owner dodging his kisses in adorable video
"When your pup snuggles beside you or wants to sleep in your room, it's a sign that they trust you and feel safe," Fetch said.
Medieval Housing Could Be the Secret to Longer Life
Those living in almshouses have an increased life expectancy of around 2.4 years, a U.K-based study has found.
Utah striking "fine balance" as flood water fills reservoirs
Water officials across the southwest need to be careful now, as warming temperatures are melting the snow very quickly.
Yosemite photos show park flooding as Sierra Nevada snow melts
One picture shows a walkway in the Sentinel Meadow area of the park completely underwater.
The Common Dreams That Puzzle Us Most
Tooth loss and snakes are two extremely common things that people across the world often dream about.
Lakes are drying up all over the world
The scientists found that over 50 percent of all lakes across the world have seen a reduction in their water surface area since 1992.
Weather phenomenon capsizes boat on Lake Michigan
The incident was caused by a weather phenomenon exclusive to the area known as a "pneumonia front."
Tiny spider's survival tactic to avoid being eaten shocks scientists
The spider's unusual behavior makes it much less appealing to some predators, allowing them to hide in plain sight.
Internet shocked at how much water elephants can drink in one go: "Amazing"
A demonstration posted to TikTok about how elephants drink water has received more than a million views on the platform.
Are your seasonal allergies getting worse? Blame climate change
Medical anthropologist Theresa MacPhail explains why there's an uptick in all allergic conditions—food allergies, asthma, eczema, environmental allergies and more—and what we can do about it in her new book. In this excerpt, she focuses on why climate change is a leading cause of increased hay fever symptoms.
Photos show Glen Canyon Dam before and after Lake Powell water release
The Bureau of Reclamation released a huge volume of water from Glen Canyon Dam to replenish areas of the Colorado River.
Videos show tornadoes sweeping across Colorado
Tornadoes generated by powerful storms touched down in Akron, in the northeast of the state on Wednesday.
Arkabutla Dam under emergency repair, Mississippi locals told to stay away
Certain places are under a flood warning, and recreational areas around the dam and areas downstream have been closed.
Marineland under scrutiny after beluga whale and dolphin die
The deaths come just two months after an orca named Kiska died at the same facility.
The countries at risk from rising sea levels
Experts predict places like New York City could see more severe floods as sea levels could rise by between 8 and 30 inches by 2050.
Black sea tragedy as more than 100 dolphins feared dead
The military operations underway during the Russia-Ukraine war seems to be disrupting dolphins sonars, causing them to wash up dead.
Before and after photos show Lake Mead shipwreck amid water rise
A vertical speedboat, that was first spotted emerging from the drying lake last year, is once again submerged in water.
Deadly insect virus is turning bugs blue in North Carolina
"I've known about them for years but I found a lot of them that day," photographer Josh Coogler told Newsweek.
Can you tell which of these snakes is venomous enough to kill a human?
One of Louisiana's most venomous snakes is often confused for one that is totally harmless. Can you tell the difference?
Lake Mead remains found at three different times belonged to same man
The remains, found last year on July 25, August 6 and August 16, belong to Claude Russell Pensinger, 52, who went missing in 1998.
Thousands of underwater volcanoes discovered by scientists
The findings will help scientists further study the seafloor and the Earth's tectonic plates.
Living Better Than the Jetsons: Six Science and Technology Innovations That
Today, science and technology are advancing at an unprecedented pace, their convergence is exponentially transforming the way we live and work beyond what even the cartoon could dream up.
Mystery solved after hammerhead shark and 40 pups found dead
Scientists have determined that the animal could have died from stress after being caught in a fishing net.
Lake Powell water release to boost Lake Mead's levels
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is releasing 39,500 cubic feet per second of water from Glen Canyon Dam.