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It Turns Out That Fish Around The Great Lakes Are On Antidepressants
A new study shows alarmingly high levels of prescription drugs in the region's fish.
Giant Craters Open Up Across Siberia’s “End Of The Earth” Peninsula
Craters quickly growing across Russia have mystified scientists over the past few years. But most can agree that they're not a good sign.
21 New “Masterpieces” Of Nature And Culture Join The World Heritage List
See the unparalleled beauty of the 21 new UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from the ancient caves of Germany to the plateaus of China.
Shoppers Buy “Magical” Roots, But Get Something Very Different Instead
Dozens of arrests have been made regarding the bogus homeopathic remedy.
A Chinese Province Of 5.8 Million People Just Ran On Renewable Energy For A Whole Week
China's Qinghai province, which is about the size of Texas, ran on wind, solar, and hydroelectric power for an entire week.
These Rare Whales Are Dying In Droves And No One Knows Why
They're the most endangered whale on Earth, with only 500 left alive. And now they're dying at alarming rates.
Koalas Face Extinction In Parts Of Australia, New WWF Research Says
The effects of urbanization have made life hard for koalas, a new World Wildlife Fund video says.
Huge Gangs Of Killer Whales Chasing Down And Harassing Alaskan Fishing Boats For Food
Killer whales used to peacefully co-exist with Alaska's fishing boats. Now gangs of the intelligent creatures won't let humans catch a bite.
Ten More Elephants, Including A Mother And Baby, Poisoned By Poachers In Zimbabwe
Poachers have killed ten elephants in Zimbabwe using cyanide poison. The increasingly popular killing method is said to be slow and painful.
North Korea Says Trump Pulling Out Of Paris Climate Deal Is The “Height Of Egotism”
North Korea — where people are jailed for mocking the president — said that Trump pulling out of the Paris deal was "the height of egotism."
New Ocean Reserve, The Largest In Africa, Will Protect Sea Turtles, Dolphins And Whales
The country of Gabon announced this week that it would protect 26 percent of its ocean territories in a new reserve, the largest in Africa.