They are surprisingly social and slither long distances for sex.
Hong Kong's five-year plan for closing its ivory market will eliminate a legal loophole exploited by smugglers.
The largest planet in the solar system will put on a fine display, and the green-hued ice giant will glide near the crescent moon.
A new theory offers what may be the best explanation yet for hisses and pops heard during powerful light displays.
North Dakota, with its vast prairies, is perfect for raising honeybee colonies. But can its bees and their keepers, already facing so much stress, survive the widespread loss of grasslands?
In this week’s crime blotter: prison for an auctioneer, a bird researcher bust, and a suspected ranger turned poacher.
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