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National Geographic's June Issue takes you into another world.
The 800-pound boulder, is estimated at $303 million in value.
Mary Lee makes trip near Jersey Shore, expected to head North.
Filmmakers imagine the Big Apple underwater in environmental film short.
The aurora borealis was visible from parts of the northern U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Campaign seen as efficient way of curbing farmer pests such as boar, deer.
Sherpas suspect carbon monoxide poisoning; death toll now at 10 in past month.
Filmmakers point camera at breathtaking phenomenon of full cloud inversion.
Henderson Island is awash in trash, despite being thousands of miles away from any major city.
Filmmaker Jamie Scott made the pollen-packed video as a follow-up to his viral hit 'Fall.'
The massive carcass was initially misidentified as a stranded boat.
Covered in 750 acres of glaciers in 1850, the park has less than 150 acres today.
Large landmasses, some as tall as the Eiffel Tower, could be breaking up Antarctica's ice.
Mount Nyiragongo's lava flow is over 2100 degrees Fahrenheit.