Topic: National Geographic Society
As scientists debate whether or not the giant Guatemala sinkhole actually fits the definition of a sinkhole, they agree on one thing: Guatemala City's geology makes it prone to huge sinkholes.
06/07/2010 04:05 pm
New species including Pinocchio-nosed frogs and gargoyle-faced geckos were discovered in Indonesia's Foja Mountains.
05/19/2010 04:58 am
Top Picks: 'Food, Inc.,' 'SpongeBob's Last Stand,' 'Burma VJ: Reporting From a Closed Country,' and other recommendations
'Food, Inc.' on PBS, 'SpongeBob's Last Stand' to save Bikini Bottom, 'Burma VJ' harrowing documentary on HBO, and more top picks.
04/21/2010 05:05 pm
Terrorism & Security Gunfire at pro-Bakiyev rally sparks concern of more violence after Kyrgyzstan coup
Bodyguards of deposed Kyrgyzstan President Bakiyev fired shots at a rally in the southern city of Osh. His refusal to leave the country since the Kyrgyzstan coup could provoke more violence.
04/15/2010 09:50 am
Scientists have found a hydrothermal vent community three miles beneath the sea near the Cayman Islands. Other vents have led to the discovery of new and exotic creatures.
04/13/2010 08:19 pm
Conan O'Brien's comedy tour, 'The Blind Side' out on DVD, 'The Fantastic Mr. Fox' and more top picks.
04/01/2010 01:26 pm
National Geographic’s launch of the new Nat Geo WILD channel puts HD wildlife programming in a venue all its own.
03/28/2010 05:25 pm
The first evidence that relatives of Tyrannosaurus rex lived in the Southern Hemisphere is a foot-long piece of bone discovered in Australia.
03/26/2010 05:47 pm
The Plastiki, a boat made from recycled plastic, is sailing from San Francisco to Sydney to raise awareness about ocean-borne plastic litter, particularly in the Pacific garbage patch.
03/23/2010 08:30 pm
In Pictures Iceland volcano