Hundreds of billions of dollars are being invested in a high-tech gamble to make hydrogen clean, cheap and widely available. In Australia’s Outback, that starts with 10 million new solar panels.
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Death rates in the United States have increased in recent years, as they have in Europe, the W.H.O. reported.
In his recent special Rat Paradise, Aussie comedian Jack Druce twists the destigmatization of mental illness in surprising ways.
A study finds that the gloomy octopus — its real name — is in the small club of animals that toss things at other members of their own species.
Stopping up rivers where platypuses reside is restricting the odd animals’ migration patterns and causing inbreeding, scientists say.
In his new special, Aaron Chen realizes Norm Macdonald’s vision of the “perfect joke.”
A small Australian spider uses a Cirque du Soleil-worthy tactic to prey on fierce ants.
Sulfur-crested cockatoos are trash-can bandits in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia. Humans use tools to protect their bins, and the birds then go the extra mile to break in.
Invasive species can damage the ecosystems they wind up in. But in parts of the world, endangered predators make hearty meals out of them.
They won’t eat each other, and the family of marsupials does not seem to mind that the lizard is using them for warmth.