Young, undernourished mammal was discovered entangled off Southern California, but has been freed and is inching slowly toward Arctic home waters
Juvenile gray whale, spotted last week trailing kelp and rope, is unencumberded, but is hungry and has a long way to go to reach its Arctic feeding groundsRead More →
Sought after young photographer Becca Skinner gives us the dish
Becca Skinner offers tips for better landscape photography.Read More →
Leaf-cutting artist Omid Asadi has also surgically carved Jimmy Hendrix, the Mona Lisa, and The Scream, among other things, into the face of leaves
Omid Asadi began using leaves as his canvas two years ago after a walk with his wife one autumn day. Leaf art soon became a profitable hobby.Read More →
300-pound-plus fish bites swim fin off spearfisherman and devours a free meal
Arif Sabir was attempting to take an amberjack off his spear and put it into his stringer when a goliath grouper happened onto the scene with other plans.Read More →
Patrick Eger sets bowfishing mark off Southern California; 'He came in [and] starts hitting the boat, ramming the boat, sizing up the boat.'
Patrick Eger sets new mark by subduing mako shark after a perfect shot, and a two-hour struggle off Southern California.Read More →
Alex Stevens hooked up to an estimated 500-pound goliath grouper that the fishing rod he was testing couldn’t handle, breaking it in two at the handle
A fishing rod representative had a back-to-the-drawing-board moment while fishing for goliath groupers with a fishing rod he was testing. It snapped in two.Read More →
Alexander Gerst could see no borders, only the war: 'There were streaks of light going forth and back over a dark Earth, occasionally lit up by orange fireballs'
German astronaut says of one image he captured, showing the Israel-Gaza conflict from space: "My saddest photo yet."Read More →
Predator's length is boosted considerably by 'abnormally long tail'; shark was hooked off Miami at a depth of 590 feet
Giant thresher shark caught after a two-hour fight off Miami boasted an 'abnormally long' tail fin that boosted its length considerablyRead More →
Sharon Jeffreys 'surfs' on her yard in Mt. Hope, Alabama, after three inches of rain uproots the sod; 'That is just something'
Sharon Jeffreys was able to "surf" on her yard after three inches of rain uprooted her sod, causing it to resemble a waterbed.Read More →
Annual phenomenon is bigger than usual; insects cover cities, cause accident
A mayfly swarm emerged from the water and became airborne, producing on radar what NWS described as echo values similar to that of light-to-moderate rain.Read More →
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