Weird & Wild There’s another entry in the growing collection of pictures of animals riding on other animals. Seals might not be able to stick out a thumb and hitch a ride, but that didn’t stop one from
Antarctica's ice floes have been found to be growing faster than they are shrinking despite fears over global warming NASA scientists have shattered the conventional wisdom that Antarctica's ice surface
5 reasons to enjoy your ham and cheese sandwich There is no one right way to eat for everyone. We are all different and what works for one person may not work for the next. I personally advocate consumption
For 125 years, a group you’ve never heard of has been helping create a common language for the world’s place names. Would a place by any other name smell as sweet? Maybe. But how would you find it on map?
Researchers stumbled upon a 'newly unearthed slice of human history’ just before a new bridge was built over it
Salmon conservation is not normally the business of a state's transportation agency, but in Washington, the State Department of Transportation tries to restore areas near large projects. Nine such projects
A new study uses genetic data from living people to trace millennia-old migration patterns. Earlier this year, researchers from Oxford University published a study showing how the slave trade and colonization