Water [OLD VERSION]
Tree growth in temperate forests is driven by availability of water and not by temperature as previously thought.
Hydration is the key to a happy and healthy life, but how much water do you really need to drink?
More than 70% of our little blue planet is covered by water, but we can only drink a tiny fraction of it. Why can't we drink saltwater when it is all around us?
Camels' large, leathery mouths can handle the prickly thorns of almost any kind of desert vegetation, including that which other desert animals steer clear of.
One critical factor turned the heavy rainfall in Virginia and Washington D.C. into a flash flood emergency.
Researchers have discovered the first-ever water sample dating to the end of Earth's last ice age, 20,000 years ago.
Scientists have used an X-ray laser to create the loudest possible underwater sound on Earth.
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