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This Volcano Caused the French Revolution

This Volcano Caused the French Revolution

On June 8th, 1783 in Iceland, a volcanic fissure named ‘Laki’ and an adjoining volcano named ‘Grímsvötn’ erupted over an eight month period, belching 3.4 cubic miles (14 cubic kilometers) of basalt lava...

Wave of Dead Fish Caught in Literal Freeze Frame

Wave of Dead Fish Caught in Literal Freeze Frame

Some pictures just beg for a caption. This photo captured in South Dakota’s Lake Andes National Wildlife Refuge is no exception. The seeming wave of frozen fish (mostly common carp and a few...

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

World’s First Shark Sonogram is Adorably Creepy

Sonograms are just adorable, right? Scientists have upped the cuteness (or maybe creepiness) by capturing the first-ever shark sonogram. Researchers Neil Hammerschlag of the University of Miami and James Sulikowski of the University...

On Assignment: Poaching Making Tuskless Elephants More Common

On Assignment: Poaching Making Tuskless Elephants More Common

Fewer African animals are more iconic than elephants. Lumbering across the scorching savannas and plodding through the thirsty forests, these mammals are the biggest terrestrial animals on Earth, and their physical features set...

10 of the Deadliest Venomous Animals on Earth

10 of the Deadliest Venomous Animals on Earth

Image: Wikimedia Commons Some of the most deadly animals in the world pack a secret weapon: highly venomous fangs, teeth and stingers that can immobilize and kill attackers and prey. Not to be...

World’s Tiniest Elephants Exterminated for Ivory Trade

World’s Tiniest Elephants Exterminated for Ivory Trade

While African elephants have long been the focus of the global ivory crisis, the Asian elephant population is garnering increasing interest — resulting in the death of some of the world’s tiniest elephants....

Climate Change Is Making This Fish Reproduce Differently

Climate Change Is Making This Fish Reproduce Differently

Image: Mike Pennington One of Alaska’s most abundant species of fish is modifying its breeding patterns as a result of climate change, according to a recent study from the University of Washington. The three-spined...

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