Wildlife An elephantnose fish swims in the Congo River. Photograph by Reinhard Dirscherl, Alamy Some animals are just plain shocking in that they’ve evolved the ability to detect naturally occurring electric
Human Journey This was an emotional moment for game ranger Jaques-Pierre Joubert, who captured a remarkable set of photos along with colleague Roan Ravenhill in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa.
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Drought in Western states, citrus disease in Florida, and a cold winter in the Midwest are driving up food prices. Drought, disease, and growing demand are contributing to rising food prices, with the
Changing Planet It’s summer time here in the northern climes, and that means kids are out of school. The streets and parks are filled with overheated, under-educated masses of little folk lolling about