When shot like this, even rocks are beautiful.
Things like iPods, solar panels, and car batteries are combined into self-contained wildlife listening pods all over the world.
Cornell University has digitized the world's largest natural sound archive and placed it online.
Any chance to write about shrimp seems like one worth taking, and now scientists are learning from one of the most interesting ones out there: the peacock mantis shrimp, whose "hammer" is being studied to improve human armor.
If you live in an urban jungle, it's easy to forget the natural wonders of the world. Fear not, for we have scoured the Internet to present timelapse videos that truly highlight Earth for what she is: our majestic, breathtaking and beautiful home. Will these videos make you want to quit your job to travel? To move to a place where you can see the stars? To find your inner explorer? We hope so.
Looking at these photos it seems as though a lava flow has suddenly erupted in one of America's most famous national parks — Yosemite. The problem is, though geologically active, it's not a park known to have a live lava flow, so what gives?
This incredible video shows someone standing pretty much right inside a volcano, wearing a protective suit. But even with the suit, you've gotta wonder how they're staying so calm down there while lava is boiling up right in front of them.
One of the perks of being an architecture firm such as Spain's Selgascano is that you get to design yourself an awesome place to work. Check out Selgascano's "office in the woods," designed by the company's Jose Selgas and Lucia...