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A caving project became a rescue mission after a dog was found 500 feet down

Dogs don't usually dwell in caves, but sure enough, there was a dog curled up on the mud floor.

Fiona the Hippo gets a little brother

The 23-year-old mother Bibi carried the boy, who weighs at least roughly 60 pounds.

A librarian collects all the things left in books — from love letters to old photos

Librarian Sharon McKellar collects the found artifacts and posts them on the library's website.

The water came back

Poor water practices made the Santa Cruz River practically disappear, but new efforts have some water flowing again. And when there’s water in the desert, life follows quickly.

A 105-mile-long city will snake through the Saudi desert. Is that a good idea?

It will cost hundreds of billions of dollars to build.

“Not here for some agrarian fantasy”

Arizona plays a big role in providing Americans with fresh greens year-round, and its farmers are feeling the pressure to keep that going while cutting down on water. It’s also not an easy place to start farming from scratch.

We know Greek statues weren't white. Now you can see them in color.

"For some, it will be a shock," said Max Hollein, the director of the museum. "But one has to understand that our current, whitewashed idea of Greek and Roman antiquity is wrong. It's false."

The Large Hadron Collider will embark on a third run to uncover more cosmic secrets

Scientists plan to restart the particle accelerator this month to possibly better understand cosmic unknowns like dark matter.

A mummified baby mammoth was found in Canada with intact hair, skin and tusks

Despite being buried for over 30,000 years, the baby mammoth found in Canada's Yukon territory still had hair, skin and tusks intact.

What tiny towns in rural America can teach the cities about adaptation

"We'd spend 10-11 hours in the car, all day long, and travel from town to town. And I guess we started to see patterns develop."

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