Four two-month old hedgehogs eat cat food in a garden where they were found last week in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
The latest boat people are Sri Lankan refugees caught in Indonesia while fleeing to Australia highlights the tricky waters countries must navigate between offering asylum and stopping human traffickers.
As the US prepared to dispatch emergency relief to American Samoa, Australia and New Zealand focused their aid efforts on Samoa.
A large, Bornean stick insect is seen climbing on a branch. Stick insects are usually long insects that use their shape and color as a natural camouflage to blend in on branches.
It’s not yet a gold rush to the ocean floor, but seabed prospecting is raising concerns.
Latest IMAX 3D adventure puts you nose to nose with a dazzling array of sea creatures and makes you wish the movie were longer.
Kansas State University professor Michael Wesch’s ‘World Sim’ course – aka Anthropology 204 – helps students create new ‘cultures’ to get beyond the multiple choices to understanding the ‘why’ of global affairs.
Where is it, why do you want to go there, and why couldn’t I have had normal children, my mother asks.
Many scientists believe that, given enough political will, humanity can still manage to avoid catastrophic climate change. But the president-elect of the Maldives isn't taking any chances.
President Bush's $48 billion Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief could see cutbacks.