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Read more about Australia's Barrier Reef erupts in color as corals spawn
Read more about Australia's Barrier Reef erupts in color as corals spawn

Australia's Barrier Reef erupts in color as corals spawn

Nov 25, 2021
Read more about Australia's Barrier Reef erupts in color as corals spawn
Read more about Australia's Barrier Reef erupts in color as corals spawn
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is spawning in an explosion of color as the World Heritage-listed natural wonder recovers from life-threatening coral bleaching episodes.
Read more about Indians celebrate festival of light amid COVID-19 fears
Read more about Indians celebrate festival of light amid COVID-19 fears

Indians celebrate festival of light amid COVID-19 fears

Nov 08, 2021
Read more about Indians celebrate festival of light amid COVID-19 fears
Read more about Indians celebrate festival of light amid COVID-19 fears
Indians across the country began celebrating Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, on Thursday amid concerns over the coronavirus pandemic and rising air pollution.
Read more about Bangladesh's villages bear the brutal cost of climate change
Read more about Bangladesh's villages bear the brutal cost of climate change

Bangladesh's villages bear the brutal cost of climate change

Nov 08, 2021
Read more about Bangladesh's villages bear the brutal cost of climate change
Read more about Bangladesh's villages bear the brutal cost of climate change
The effects of global warming — particularly increased cyclones, and coastal and tidal flooding that bring salt water further inland — are devastating Bangladesh and destroying the livelihoods of millions.
Read more about Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world's biggest
Read more about Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world's biggest

Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world's biggest

Nov 06, 2021
Read more about Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world's biggest
Read more about Doug the ugly New Zealand potato could be world's biggest
Colin and Donna Craig-Brown were weeding their garden in New Zealand when Colin's hoe struck something huge just beneath the soil's surface. As the couple knelt down and began digging around the object, Colin wondered if it was some kind of strange fungal growth, a giant puffball. After Colin pried it out with his garden fork, he scratched away a bit of the skin and tasted it. A potato.
Read more about Mexican villages try to preserve authentic Day of the Dead
Read more about Mexican villages try to preserve authentic Day of the Dead

Mexican villages try to preserve authentic Day of the Dead

Nov 02, 2021
Read more about Mexican villages try to preserve authentic Day of the Dead
Read more about Mexican villages try to preserve authentic Day of the Dead
The famed Day of the Dead ceremonies around Mexico's Lake Patzcuaro were once again thronged with visitors on Monday, economic relief for a tourist-dependent region that suffered from last year's pandemic shutdown of the observance.
Read more about Giant 'corpse plant' draws crowds in Southern California
Read more about Giant 'corpse plant' draws crowds in Southern California

Giant 'corpse plant' draws crowds in Southern California

Nov 04, 2021
Read more about Giant 'corpse plant' draws crowds in Southern California
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The bloom of a giant and stinky Sumatran flower nicknamed the “corpse plant” because it smells like a dead body is drawing huge crowds to a Southern California botanical garden.
Read more about 'Heartbreaking' Madagascar is wake-up call to climate crisis
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'Heartbreaking' Madagascar is wake-up call to climate crisis

Nov 04, 2021
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The drought-stricken island nation of Madagascar is a "wake up call” to what the world can expect in coming years due to climate change, the head of the United Nations' food aid agency said Tuesday.
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island

With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island

Nov 02, 2021
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
Read more about With no sign of eruption's end, ash blankets La Palma island
A volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma that has been erupting for six weeks spewed greater quantities of ash from its main mouth Sunday, a day after producing its strongest earthquake to date.
Read more about Jupiter's monster storm not just wide but surprisingly deep
Read more about Jupiter's monster storm not just wide but surprisingly deep

Jupiter's monster storm not just wide but surprisingly deep

Nov 01, 2021
Read more about Jupiter's monster storm not just wide but surprisingly deep
Read more about Jupiter's monster storm not just wide but surprisingly deep
Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a storm so big it could swallow Earth, extends surprisingly deep beneath the planet's cloud tops, scientists reported Thursday.
Read more about Cat got your vote? NYC candidate brings pet to polling place
Read more about Cat got your vote? NYC candidate brings pet to polling place

Cat got your vote? NYC candidate brings pet to polling place

Nov 04, 2021
Read more about Cat got your vote? NYC candidate brings pet to polling place
Read more about Cat got your vote? NYC candidate brings pet to polling place
New York City's Republican mayoral candidate, Curtis Sliwa, tried to bring a furry friend to his polling place on Tuesday — one of his many pet cats.