The Bahamas - and Caribbean in general - are important marine ecosystems under threat. Before conservationists can protect them, however, they must understand the species living there, and sometimes that means swimming with sharks.
Right about now, winter is getting a little old -- especially for residents of the Northeast U.S. and Western Europe who've been pounded with snow, slammed by wind, and chilled with freezing temperatures for more than
The Hispaniolan Solenodon may look a bit strange for a modern mammal, what with its long snout, hairless legs, and rat-like tail, but considering how long they've been around, it's no wonder why their look is not in vogue. Solenodons, it turns out, are
Unless you've been stranded on a desert island for the last few years, you probably know that the series finale of ABC's "Lost" is fast approaching, which means we should soon be finding out the fate of TV's favorite islanders.
A growing number of environmentalists are re-envisioning 'disaster relief' as something that can provide hope for the future, not just a hot meal and somewhere to sleep. Their tool of choice? Permaculture.
With over a million left homeless and its capital city all but destroyed, Haiti is set to become the focus of an enormous rebuilding effort. Internationally, many are calling for a full-fledged "Marshall Plan" to rebuild the