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Did you know that rats love to laugh and are used to save lives? Celebrate the smallest member of the Chinese zodiac and fall in love with these critters.
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These odd yuletide traditions from around the world may surprise you with their scariness.
He just won one of the biggest photo competitions in the world, hosted by Britain's Natural History Museum, but Cruz Erdmann tells us he only recently picked up a camera.
The team won a gold meal when they presented their idea at a worldwide biology event in the United States.
You can also carve up the slopes at an indoor skiing venue or chuck heavy stones at...other heavy stones in an introductory curling course.
As the effects of climate change continue to increase, amphibious architecture may be one solution to rising sea levels.
Instead of buying a new outfit, go ‘shopping’ in your own wardrobe to cut down on consumerism and protect the environment.
Follow this step-by-step guide to add some fizziness and fun to your next soak in the tub; they make awesome Christmas gifts as well!
Potential benefits include reduced pollution and a healthier population, but it is hard to agree on concrete proposals.
Anton Walker, 17, is trying to get his home city of Copenhagen to lower greenhouse gas emissions with policy proposals.
After she began to fear for teens trapped inside the campus, Veronica Yau of Fanling Kau Yan College decided to do whatever she could to save them.