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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.

The Goldfish Invasion That Is Threatening A Colorado Lake's Ecosystem

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on April 24, 2015
The Goldfish Invasion That Is Threatening A Colorado Lake's Ecosystem

For the casual visitor, Teller Lake in Boulder, Colorado looks like a delightful fishbowl filled with thousands of gorgeous orange, black, and white goldfish floating around. However, to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department they are a group of invasive species that could end up disrupting the lake's entire ecosystem if not removed soon.

Lewis Pugh Swims Antarctica's Icy Ross Sea To Save Pristine Ecosystem

By Meera Dolasia on April 22, 2015
Lewis Pugh Swims Antarctica's Icy Ross Sea To Save Pristine Ecosystem

Environmentalists use different tactics to raise public awareness. Some organize rallies, others set up petitions, and then there is Lewis Gordon Pugh. This activist and adventurer highlights the planet's woes by swimming in the vulnerable ecosystems of some of the world's coldest waters. If that sends a chill down your spine, consider this - the activist swims wearing only a Speedo swimsuit!

Engineering Students Use Sound Waves To Extinguish Fires

By Shariqua Ahmed on April 21, 2015
Engineering Students Use Sound Waves To Extinguish Fires

Water, foam, sand, blankets, and even baking soda are well-known solutions to putting out flames. But sound waves? That has to be a first. But that is exactly what two young engineers from George Mason University are using to douse small fires.

It's Almost Earth Day! What Are You Going To Do To Help The Planet?

By Meera Dolasia on April 20, 2015
It's Almost Earth Day! What Are You Going To Do To Help The Planet?

On April 22, 1970, twenty million people across the United States took to the streets to ask government officials to take preventive measures to protect the environment. Today, it is a global movement that is observed by billions of people and celebrated with rallies, environmental clean-up events and pledges to undertake "green" initiatives to help the planet.

Retired NYC Subway Cars Transform Into "Luxurious Condominiums" For Fish

By June Liu on April 16, 2015
Retired NYC Subway Cars Transform Into "Luxurious Condominiums" For Fish

While the sight of an 18-ton subway car being dumped into the Atlantic Ocean may appear like an ecological disaster, it is quite the opposite. Instead of harming marine life, the sturdy steel structures submerged deep into the Atlantic Ocean have transformed into perfect artificial reefs that provide comfortable homes for all kinds of sea creatures.

Hi-Tech Fabric Charges Devices On The Run - Literally!

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on April 14, 2015
Hi-Tech Fabric Charges Devices On The Run - Literally!

Over the past few years, researchers have come up with many innovative ways to use human kinetic energy - from powering soccer fields to playgrounds and classroom lights. Now some scientists want to take it to the next level with a new fabric that harnesses everyday motion to power personal devices!

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