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Why Oregon's Lost Lake Disappears Every Year

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on May 23, 2015
Why Oregon's Lost Lake Disappears Every Year

Lost Lake that lies in Oregon's Mount Hood National Forest is a mysterious natural wonder. During winter, it resembles any other large body of freshwater. However, as drier weather kicks in the water disappears, transforming the 85-acre 'lake' into a beautiful meadow. Turns out that there is a logical answer to this magical phenomenon - a tube or tunnel created by an ancient lava flow that drains out the water.

The Majestic Opah Is The World's First Truly Warm Blooded Fish!

By Allegra Staples on May 21, 2015
The Majestic Opah Is The World's First Truly Warm Blooded Fish!

The Opah is a striking fish species that can grow as large as 7-feet in diameter and weigh over 100 pounds. Also referred to as moonfish, the giants that can be found in both temperate and tropical seas reside at depths of 150 to 1,300-feet where the waters can be extremely chilly. Scientists have often wondered how the fish can withstand the temperatures given that they lack typical deep sea dweller characteristics like a large heart. Now thanks to some curious California researchers that mystery has finally been solved - The Opah has warm-blood!

Oakland-Based Imperfect Will Sell Only "Ugly" Fruits And Vegetables

By Meera Dolasia on May 17, 2015
Oakland-Based Imperfect Will Sell Only "Ugly" Fruits And Vegetables

Similar to humans, produce comes in different shapes and sizes. Yet, chances are you have probably never encountered a gnarly looking carrot or an apple with "character" at your local grocery store or farmers market. That's because any fruit or vegetable that looks different from what is considered "normal" is deemed undesirable and automatically tossed out!

German Car Manufacturer Audi Creates Fuel From Air And Water

By Allegra Staples on May 16, 2015
German Car Manufacturer Audi Creates Fuel From Air And Water

Creating a "green" or carbon neutral fuel to replace gasoline has been the holy grail for scientists for many years. However, while there has been some progress with inventions like electric batteries and biofuel, most options are either too expensive or not commercially viable to compete effectively with the fossil fuel. Now automobile manufacturer Audi is stepping up to the challenge with diesel  made from carbon dioxide and water.

Giant Sinkholes Along The Shores Of Dead Sea Cause Concern

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on May 11, 2015
Giant Sinkholes Along The Shores Of Dead Sea Cause Concern

Though there are numerous saltwater lakes around the world, none can compare to the Dead Sea. Located between Israel and Jordan in the Middle East, the water of this landlocked lake boasts salt levels almost ten times that of oceans. The unusual salinity can be attributed to the fact that there is no outlet for the minerals to leave, causing them to accumulate. The same is not true of the water level, which remains constant due an almost even inflow from the Jordan River and loss through evaporation.

Meet Sudan, The World's Last Known Northern White Male Rhino

By Shariqua Ahmed on May 7, 2015
Meet Sudan, The World's Last Known Northern White Male Rhino

Over the years, numerous animal and bird species have become extinct. However, it is rare for the entire world to witness one as it is happening. This could very well be the case with the northern white rhinos given that there are currently only five known specimens left. What's worse is that only one, a 42-year-old named Sudan is male! If he passes away without producing an offspring, the rhino sub-species will soon disappear.

Video Of The Week - Elephant Seals Need Hugs Too!

By Meera Dolasia on May 4, 2015
Video Of The Week - Elephant Seals Need Hugs Too!

When Canadian resident Charlene Fritz joined an expedition to Snow Hill Island in the Antarctic Peninsula she was expecting to see many exotic animals. What she did not plan on was receiving a cuddle from one of them!

Researchers Unveil Three New Species Of Colorful 'Miniature Dragons'

By Kimberly Solis on April 30, 2015
Researchers Unveil Three New Species Of Colorful 'Miniature Dragons'

Researchers recently reported the discovery of three new species of dragons in the Andean cloud forests of Ecuador and Peru. However, don't run for cover yet, for these are not fire-breathing beasts that kidnap fair maidens and battle knights in shining armor. Instead, they are just tiny wood lizards that are often referred to as 'miniature dragons' thanks to their close resemblance to the mythical creatures.

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