Black rhinos were killed off from Samburu country by poachers, but now the community is bringing them back.
Mount Shindake sends an ash cloud 30,000 feet into the sky.
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Furnace-like conditions can overwhelm the body's natural cooling system, resulting in injury and death.
Teacher has spent $50K trying to prove the aviator didn’t crash into the Pacific -- and instead landed on a tiny island.
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Whatever you choose today, take a little extra time and enjoy this gallery of inspirational breakfasts from our Your Shot community.
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Bees are big business, an irreplaceable $15 billion economic resource that the government must protect using research, rooftop hives, and international cooperation.