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Male great bowerbirds build these structures strictly to attract females for mating.
This tiny snail lives in one of the world’s deepest cave systems.
This Indonesian volcano burns blue at night, but that’s not lava you’re seeing.
This small ray can breach several feet into the air, causing a loud slapping sound upon its return to the ocean that has earned it the nickname “tortilla.”
The Richat Structure, or the “Eye of the Sahara,” can be seen from space and might be 100 million-years-old.
Why some tunes lodge in our brains isn’t so clear. Here are a few theories.
This hard-as-a-rock South American cushion plant can live thousands of years.
A new compilation of indie rock music includes sounds collected from the Voyager space missions.
A simulator based on one of the oldest problems in geometrical probability approximates pi.
The Salt Lake Valley's topography lends itself to a natural phenomenon called an inversion, which traps air pollution.
For Olympians, there’s interplay between natural athletic ability and suits that provide that extra edge.
SciFri tests out the cutting-edge virtual reality device at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
This year, the Sundance Film Festival's New Frontier exhibition explored humanity's evolving relationship with technology.
Researchers have discovered an unprecedented diversity of glowing fish species.
We asked you to submit your own photos of the ice spike phenomenon.
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