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Images Of The Day: Here’s The Wildlife Zimbabwe May Sell Due To Drought

Images Of The Day: Here’s The Wildlife Zimbabwe May Sell Due To Drought

On Tuesday, officials said that the country would sell some of its wildlife to combat a crippling drought.
Then And Now: Coral Reefs On The Verge Of Death

Then And Now: Coral Reefs On The Verge Of Death

A new study reports that 95 percent of all coral have been exposed to conditions that cause bleaching.
Photo Of The Day: Deaf Child Uses A Hearing Aid For The First Time

Photo Of The Day: Deaf Child Uses A Hearing Aid For The First Time

We imagine we'd look pretty much the same.
25 Photos of Surprisingly “Normal” Life in Sudanese Refugee Camps

25 Photos of Surprisingly “Normal” Life in Sudanese Refugee Camps

While often sites of struggle themselves, sometimes life at refugee camps can be surprisingly "normal."
The Beltane Fire Festival Welcomes Summer With Flames, Nudity, Masks, And More

The Beltane Fire Festival Welcomes Summer With Flames, Nudity, Masks, And More

THIS is how you celebrate the start of the summer.
Photo Of The Day: Shepherd Charges Phone Using A Donkey and A Solar Panel

Photo Of The Day: Shepherd Charges Phone Using A Donkey and A Solar Panel

For everyone who thinks their charger is out of date.
20 Harrowing Scenes From The 1992 LA Riots

20 Harrowing Scenes From The 1992 LA Riots

This is what happens when police brutality goes unchecked.
What We Loved This Week, Apr. 24 – 30

What We Loved This Week, Apr. 24 – 30

See Bowie, Blondie, and more, just moments before they made history.
The 15 Best Summer Olympics Photos from the Past and Present

The 15 Best Summer Olympics Photos from the Past and Present

Look back on the quadrennial event with these stunning images.
Venture Down Into The 21 Most Stunning Caves On Earth

Venture Down Into The 21 Most Stunning Caves On Earth

Venture down into azure caverns, crystal lakes, and beyond.
Then and Now: El Castillo’s Unbelievable Rebirth

Then and Now: El Castillo’s Unbelievable Rebirth

A 20th century restoration saved an ancient Mayan temple and made it a popular tourist site, but now its popularity may threaten its survival.