This film features over 2,000 flags, set in motion to Ludwig van Beethoven, centuries in the making.
It took a string of shark attacks in New Jersey more than a hundred years ago to make U.S. swimmers fear the ocean’s top predator.
Whatever you choose to call them, these monster storms are powerful natural events with the capacity to wreak incredible havoc.
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Scientists probe the mysteries of violent twisters.
For all our advanced technology, nothing beats the ability of marine mammals to find things in the ocean.
A tech-savvy art historian uses lasers to understand how medieval builders constructed their architectural masterpieces.
From a close-up of a spider to the first underwater color photos, these pioneering pictures capture the spirit of exploration.
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Two ancient quarries some 180 miles from the famed prehistoric monument have been identified as the source for stones in the monument’s inner circle.