Tuesday, October 24, 2017
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Scientists Are Building an Incredible Artificial Reef Next to The Sydney...

The Sydney Opera House is one of Australia's most recognisable landmarks, and soon it could also be home to a whole new underwater ecosystem.Researchers...

Scientists Are Digging Up ‘Ghost Ponds’ And Bringing Zombie Plants Back...

Aquatic plants buried underground for more than a century can be revived and regrown, according to a new study investigating the phenomenon of 'ghost...

Within 3 Years, We Could Have Private Space Stations Orbiting the...

In BrieftBigelow Aerospace's founder believes we could have lunar depots by 2020 if the Trump administration prioritizes the funding and national urgency the project...

WW2 bomb craters are a home to rare and vulnerable animals

Some bombs can help create life. A rich mix of rare saline water species have been found thriving in ponds formed in second world...

First national ‘bee map’ charts their decline – but hopes to...

-Scientists have compiled a map detailing wild bee activity across the US, but the picture it paints isn't great.It's no secret that bees are...

The Worst Coral Bleaching in History Is Entering Its Fourth Year

Coral bleaching is a serious problem. As ocean temperatures rise, corals start dying, and invaluable ocean ecosystems are lost along with the marine invertebrates....

To save bees, city plans 1,000 acres of prairie

It's generally a bad time to be a bee in the United States. Populations of the pollinating insects have been declining for more than...

Scientists discover coin-sized night frogs in India

Seven new species of frog -- some of the smallest in the world -- were found after five years of searching in the Western...

Impacts of mass coral die-off on Indian Ocean reefs revealed

Picture was taken in September 2016 along the shallow (2-3 m depth) fore-reef slope habitat around Kandahalagala showing the extent of coral...

TV Review: ‘Planet Earth II’

Simply put, "Planet Earth" is the most important program of our generation. It makes writing about it almost beside the point; the program,...