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A California nonprofit is asking teenagers to more deeply consider the environment around them
Indeed, the California nonprofit LEAF has challenged the next generation to make eco-statements through 30- or 60-second “ecommericals,” the best of which win prizes.Read More →
Paul Bunyard films the poetry-in-motion spectacle of nature, puts it to music
A photographer captured the imagination with still photos of a gorilla, two dolphins, and a giant bird painted in the sky by starling murmuration.Read More →
To nail a cover, photographer Dave Chami spitballs for perfection
This week’s “How I got the shot” takes us to Carlsbad, California, where in an ironic twist our photographer takes to the water to get [...]Read More →
Mammal had become anchored to seafloor and could barely keep head above water; 'Upon being freed, it simply swam off'
A juvenile humpback whale that was spotted Thursday tangled in fishing gear was rescued Friday morning off the coast of New Jersey.Read More →
'Ming the mollusk' was previously believed to be 405 years old, but new research pegs its birthday at 1499, seven years after Columbus reached America
Scientists in North Wales were already aware that they had experienced a major "Oops!" moment when they placed a deep-sea clam they had found in 2006 off Iceland into a freezer for future study.Read More →
Photographer Tero Repo catches history in the making
This shot is very special, as it is the first time any snowboarder straight lined an ice couloirRead More →
Could "The Bombie" be Australia's answer to Mavericks? Jeff Rowley explains
Australian big wave paddle surfer Jeff Rowley recently surfed some huge waves in Australia at a wave known as "The Bombie".Read More →
Photograph and video lend unique perspective of spectacular event off California, involving thousands, perhaps millions of bait fish
But it's not often that one of these swirling bait balls contains perhaps millions of anchovies and is large enough to dwarf, by many times, the large predators they're trying so desperately to avoid.Read More →
One up-and-coming surfer will win the opportunity of a lifetime in Santa Cruz
When the O'Neill Coldwater Classic gets started in Santa Cruz, California, Wednesday the surfers carving the green walls of Steamer Lane will look quite different than they have in the 25 years the event has been running.Read More →
Inside the battle to keep Bali beautiful
Since the '70s, Bali has seen incredible growth in both local population and visiting tourists. With that growth, trash and pollution have become a huge problem with little or no refuse disposal systems in place to handle the surge of trash that has made its way from land to sea.Read More →
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