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This photo of an anemonefish was an honorable mention in the Water category.

30 award-winning nature photos that will make you fall in love with the world

The Nature Conservancy holds an annual nature photography contest to raise awareness for conservation.
Sea Life London Aquarium's Charlotte Barcas with its first gender neutral Gentoo chick.

The same-sex penguin couple who adopted a chick at a London aquarium are raising it ‘genderless’

The adopted Gentoo chick will become Sea Life London Aquarium's first penguin not to have its gender assigned.
Not out t get you, despite what you think.

Bear attacks and falling rocks? Here’s what to know to stay safe while hiking

Nature-focused Instagram accounts offer tons of inspiration for wanna-be hikers. But you may not have the skills to make it to your coveted photo spot safely.
A view of colorful buildings in Wrocław, Poland.

26 breathtaking photos of colorful places in Europe

From the Northern Lights in Tromsø, Norway, to vibrant painted buildings in places like Wroclaw, Poland, Europe is full of color.
Can you find the spider in the sand?

Can you spot the camouflaged animals in these photos?

Chameleons aren't the only animals that can blend in with their surroundings. These 15 creatures are also masters of disguise. Can you spot them?
Can you find the spider in the sand?

Can you spot the camouflaged animals in these photos?

Chameleons aren't the only animals that can blend in with their surroundings. These 15 creatures are also masters of disguise. Can you spot them?
An alligator is seen at the Gator Park in the Florida Everglades May 17, 2006 in Miami-Dade County. There has been a record three deaths attributed to alligator attacks in Florida in the month of May.

A horrifying video shows an alligator climbing over a fence near a Navy base in Florida

It was a big weekend for alligators in Florida. This weekend, an alligator climbed a fence near the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida.
A man pets a wild bison in Yellowstone National Park.

The National Park Service shared a sarcastic ‘Wildlife Petting Chart’ after a man pet a bison in Yellowstone National Park

The chart was posted hours after a video showing a man petting a bison in Yellowstone National park surfaced on the internet.
A chain catshark glowing green.

Scientists have discovered why two sharks glow bright green in the depths of the ocean

Only blue light can penetrate this far down, which makes the swell shark and the chain catshark glow in the dark.
Mark Rober and Luke Tipple.

A YouTuber tested whether sharks really can smell a drop of human blood from a mile away, and he seemed to debunk the theory

Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer, decided to conduct an experiment to see whether sharks could smell a drop of blood in the sea from a mile away.