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Scientists probe the mysteries of violent twisters.
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For all our advanced technology, nothing beats the ability of marine mammals to find things in the ocean.
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A tech-savvy art historian uses lasers to understand how medieval builders constructed their architectural masterpieces.
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From a close-up of a spider to the first underwater color photos, these pioneering pictures capture the spirit of exploration.
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Learn about these clever April Fools' Day hoaxes and pranks, including the famous Swiss spaghetti harvest.
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Roughly 180 miles from Stonehenge, two quarries in Wales have been identified as the source for the bluestones in the monument’s inner circle.
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The humble Bramble Cay melomys has disappeared from its island in the Great Barrier Reef.
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Billions of tons of plastic have been made over the past decades, and much of it is becoming trash and litter, finds the first analysis of the issue.
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In 2016, our photographer visited the heavily guarded—and completely empty—parts of the 2,000-mile-long U.S.-Mexico border.
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Launched in 1977, the twin probes will likely outlive the sun. Find out what star systems they’ll meet as they head deeper into the galaxy.
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