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The U.S. bald eagle population is on the rise.
An expedition to an undersea mountain reveals large corals, brilliant sponges, and other strange sea creatures.
Trees, grasses, and other plants may produce the greenhouse gas methane.
With pollution, over-fishing, and shrinking habitats, the life of a penguin isn't getting any easier.
Trees appear to protect seaside settlements from the worst effects of a tsunami.
The actions of people can make the destruction caused by hurricanes worse than it would be otherwise.
Most glaciers around the world appear to be getting smaller.
When birds look for food at sea, they pick up and carry pollutants back to their nesting areas.
Although fish farms can supply lots of food, these operations may also cause pollution and hurt wild populations.
In Louisiana and elsewhere, wetlands are disappearing, threatening plant and animal life.
Unraveling the secret lives of whales may help keep them from dying out.
Because of fishing, fish are becoming smaller and growing more slowly.