They came. They rolled. They conquered... by forming a giant mass blocking the exits from these houses.
As the restaurant dislodged from its moorings, it heaved a sigh of relief. "Finally, freedom" it murmured as it slowly made its way downstream, into the unknown.
This little guy was running at full tilt down a highway in San Antonio. The monkey's keeper and the cameraman worked together to tire him out so they could corner and catch him.
Agriculture could pull carbon out of the air and into the soil — but it would mean a whole new way of thinking about how to tend the land.
And how do they process said oxygen when they have yet to develop lungs?
Dedicated Pacific Northwest plant lovers nurture an indigenous food with ancient roots.
Cars are for land, planes are for air, boats are for water. Dirt bikes are for all three?
The price I paid for a temporary refuge, immense beauty and some unforgettable experiences.
The breakthrough, spurred by the discovery of plastic-eating bugs at a Japanese dump, could help solve the global plastic pollution crisis.
A rare photographic documentation of a violent, chaotic collision of hungry sharks and breeding groupers in a French Polynesian channel.
Watch Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds break the standing speed record on "The Nose," after eleven failed attempts.
Hammocks can be difficult enough for a human, so they're basically impossible for bear cubs.
And yes, we'll admit this is also one giant nope but we're too enthralled to give a damn.
At some point, sweet potatoes crossed the Pacific. This much we know. As for the rest — How? When? Why? — we're just not sure. Or, to be more clear, some people are sure they're sure, and others disagree.
Apparently these bobcats in Arizona did end up mating in the end, but not without some fighting.
Warm current that has historically caused dramatic changes in climate is experiencing an unprecedented slowdown and may be less stable than thought — with potentially severe consequences.
It looks like all the people got clear safely, but we can't say the same for their vehicles.
In late March, this river in Kinsey, Montana quickly made the transition from iced-over to freely-flowing. And our beloved cameraman can't get enough of it.
These guys were trying to scare the bear away from their fishing camp in Russia's Kuril Islands and it definitely wasn't pleased — and rightfully so.
More than a year after a Seattle-based crabber vanished in Alaska's Bering Sea, its final hours remain a mystery. The surviving family of the Destination's crew — and one intrepid investigator — seek to uncover the secrets the ocean still keeps.
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