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It's bad news for declining ocean stocks, as well as animal welfare.
A rare white moose is seen in Gunnarskog, Varmland, Sweden on July 31st.
An aviation expert finds it "perplexing" authorities aren't reacting to new evidence.
This footage is definitely amooseing. A man hiking in Sweden on Friday night captured the above video of a rare white moose, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Hans Nilsson Nilsson was hiking in Varmland Co...
New reports have found 12 "probably man-made" objects in the Indian Ocean.
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More than 800 million people live without access to a safe water supply.
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This may stop your personal relationships cooling.
Extremes galore, but it's actually a pretty typical late winter weather pattern.
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This is absolutely incredible.
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Better than being arrested for neigh walking.
'They’re saying we should be investing taxpayer money with an Indian billionaire whose company is registered in the Cayman Islands.'
Glencore's Wandoan mine was granted three, 27-year development leases.
People are fascinated and petrified by these creatures. But if anything, sharks should be afraid of humans -- many species of sharks are threatened by human activities, including overfishing and shark finning. If sharks were to disappear, it would be bad news for all of us. Here are just a few of the reasons why.
'I have no regrets and we’re ecstatic to be having a child.'