Isabelle Rose

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How to Find a Diamond in Arkansas

A teenage visitor to Crater of Diamonds State Park takes home a 3.85-carat gem.<p><b>As teenager Tana Clymer discovered this month, watching where you step can really pay off—especially on a certain patch of volcanic soil in southwest Arkansas. Visitors to Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro</b> …

The Monkey and the Snake: How the Primate Brain Reacts to Serpents

A new study probes a hardwired fear of snakes.<p><b>Snakes on a Plane, snakes in a can, a rubber snake under someone's chair—just thinking we see a snake is enough to make some of us leap away like a suddenly expert dancer. And it might be those slithery serpents that helped us evolve to see as well as</b> …

Best Microscopic Photos of 2013 Announced by Nikon

Pictures: Space Spooks Come Out to Play

In space, no one can hear you scream. But you'll try anyway, after seeing this Halloween's spooky space pictures.

Seeking Success and Wonderment in Failure

<i>Zand and the trusty canoe. Photo by Bria Schurke.</i><p>In science, like in all worthwhile pursuits, there is no guarantee of success. In fact, I would suggest that without the looming chance of failure, very few things are truly worth doing. Failure can take many forms, some more extreme than others but …

Syria’s Polio Outbreak Is a Reminder of the Disease’s Power

The crippling virus has been almost eliminated—but it’s just resurfaced in Syria.<p><b>Polio has returned to Syria, which had been free of the potentially paralyzing and at times fatal disease since 1999. “There are ten cases confirmed right now in the Deir Al Zour province” in northeast Syria and 12</b> …

Witch Head, Elephant Trunk, and Eye Of God

Witches, elephants, and gleaming eyes. Oh my! A bewitching brew comes this way in the week's best space pictures.

More Women Give Hunting a Shot

For truly free-range meat, some say they prefer the woods to the grocery store.<p><b>In recent years, American women are spending more time in tree stands and deer blinds—and putting fresh meat on the table. Although men still account for the majority of the 13.7 million U.S. hunters, the number of women</b> …

Billionaires Buy Into Ocean Conservation

The superrich have long been known — accurately or not — for their competitiveness.<p>Take Ernesto Bertarelli and Larry Ellison. The Swiss biotech billionaire and the American software billionaire — both sailors — fought bitterly in court over the America’s Cup yacht race. But luckily, some of the …

6 Sky Events This Week: Taurids, Lagoon, and Neptune

Changing Planet<p>The moon and Venus help guide sky-watchers this week to the Lagoon nebula. Credit: N. A. Sharp, REU Program/NOAO/AURA/NSF<p><b>Sky-watchers will see a sprinkling of shooting stars, bask under autumn’s brightest star pattern, and take a dip in a cosmic lagoon.</b><p><b>Taurid meteors</b>. Look toward the …

There Are Hominid Fossils Waiting to Be Discovered!

Wildlife<p><b>Rising Star Expedition: November 7, 2013</b><p>The tents are up. The generators are purring. The clothes have dried from the adventure of a gear rescue during a quick but powerful South African thunderstorm. We’re sitting quietly at last, in collapsible chairs, and suddenly Elen Feuerriegel’s …

How to Elope to Paris

Last month, after ten years of dating, my longtime beau, Andy, and I eloped. When we were figuring out our game plan, we thought it would be romantic to get married in the City of Light, but we discovered that if you want to get married in Paris as a foreigner, at least one of you has to live there …

Frog Legs: A British Innovation?

New Discovery in England Sheds Light on Who Ate Frogs First<p><b>For better or worse, frogs are often associated with the French.</b><p>But now, sacre bleu! A team of archaeologists has recently discovered remains of one such amphibian—which had obviously been cooked in some manner—at an ancient site in …