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Free To Good Home: 145 Wild Bison
Why Yellowstone is giving away a herd of 2,000-lb beasts
This Chaotic New Cloud Could Be The Coolest Thing Since Cumulus
This raging airmass seems likely to become the first cloud formation the World Meteorological Organization will recognize in more than 60 years.
Video: How Tiny Sea Monkeys Drive Huge Ocean Currents
These critters are a lot less lame than we thought
Dramatic Ice Loss Is Messing With Antarctica’s Gravity
But don't worry, the penguins won't float away
Climate Week 2014: The Wrap-Up
Climate Week's big pledges included preserving forests and investing in renewable energy. Now those promises need to be kept.
Climate Change May Be To Blame For California Drought
Scientists say the dry spell that's costing the Golden State billions could be man-made.
The Turbine Tweak That Could Save Battered Bats
Solution: Make turbines look less like trees
Unleashing An Epidemic To Kill The Tumbleweeds
U.S. Agricultural Research Service scientists have applied to release exotic Eurasian fungi to kill invasive tumbleweeds in the American West.
Why These 15 Scientists Marched For Climate Change Action
“There is no point in doing the research if no one is going to listen to the results,” says one researcher.
Kicking Ice And Taking Names
The Polarstern plows through frigid waters to study climate change