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Texas Drought Affects Bats

A long-running drought in Texas is causing changes for the 1.5 million bats who reside under a bridge in downtown Austin. They must now leave their colony earlier each night to search for scarcer food.

Knapp's News 7/17/11

George Knapp shares a number of items this week, including his I-Team video report on a possible serial killer in Northern Nevada.

If You Can't Beat Them, Eat Them

As the invasive lionfish continues to ravage America's Gulf Coast, environmentalists have come up with a unique concept to combat their ever-growing presence: start eating them...

Plight of the Pig-Nosed Turtle

One of the most anomalous creatures on the planet, the pig-nosed turtle, is facing increased risks its native New Guinea.

Blind Photographer Up for Award

Legally blind photographer Tara Miller has earned a spot as a finalist in a national photography competition with her remarkable image of lightning over a sunflower field at sunset, titled Fortuitous Twilight.

Woman Hand Feeds Great White

A video making the Internet rounds this week shows world-renowned shark expert Valerie Taylor hand-feeding a great white shark.

Jellyfish Invasion

At Cocoa Beach in Florida more than 1,600 people were stung by purplish jellyfish that washed up on shore.

Turtle 2.0

After losing one of her front legs and struggling to walk, Tuly, a tortoise in England, has been given a new lease on life thanks to an ingenious appendage created by her owners.

First Person Tornado Footage

Video footage (mostly just audio) by YouTube user 'izelsg' captures the horrifying experience of being huddled inside a store when the Joplin, MS tornado came through on Sunday.

Iceland's Most Active Volcano Erupts

Iceland's most active volcano, Grimsvotn, began erupting on Saturday, only a year after a towering ash cloud from another of the island's volcanoes wreaked havoc with European air traffic.

Ready for Their Close Up

A new project from the California Academy of Sciences, dubbed 'AntWeb,' aims to catalog the world's 12,000 different ant species using advanced imaging technology...

Video: Jet Struck by Lightning

A video shot by photographer Chris Dawson shows a jet being struck by lightning as it approached London's Heathrow Airport in late April. The Emirates plane from Dubai landed safely, with its passengers and crew unscathed.

Video: Monster Tornado

Check out terrifying video footage of a huge tornado that hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama today. At least 53 people have died from the severe weather that slammed the South on Wednesday.

Tornado Hits St. Louis Airport

Check out surveillance video footage of a tornado that ripped through St. Louis' Lambert International Airport on Friday. It tore a hole in the ceiling and smashed all the windows in Concourse C.

Video: Time-Lapse Milky Way

Photographer Terje Sorgjerd spent a week atop Spain's highest mountain filming a time-lapse video that displays some of the most spectacular nature views ever seen, especially of our Milky Way galaxy.

Plastinated Animals on Display

A new science exhibit, Body Worlds of Animals, opened Friday at the Cologne Zoo in Germany. The bizarre display features a selection of 20 animals that have been turned into statues through plastination.

Rain of Worms

Students at a school in Scotland were said to run for cover when a rain of worms fell from a cloudless sky. Pictured is teacher David Crichton who collected over 100 worms from the bizarre incident.

Spiders' Shelter from the Storm

Following a flood which ravaged parts of Pakistan, relief workers were greeted with an eerie sight as millions of spiders had overtaken the area's trees...

Invasion of the Beetles

Thousands of beetles are swarming around Surfers Paradise in Queensland, Australia. Scientists don't yet have an explanation for the invasion of the large black water beetles.

'Sheep Dog' Born in China?

A sheep has allegedly given birth to a dog in Shaanxi Province, China. The unusual "puppy" has a wooly coat like a lamb, but its other physical features, including mouth, nose, eyes, paws and tail, appear remarkably canine.

Strange Fish Behavior

Masses of fish inexplicably crowded the coast of Acapulco on Friday, packed together so tightly they looked like a living oil slick from above.

Pompeii Body Casts

A new exhibit in NYC features a large collection of body casts from Pompeii-- human forms left behind at the time of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.

Swirling Sky

Photographer Anton Jankovoy spent several months camping at the foot of the Himalayas in order to capture this amazing image of swirling star trails over Mount Everest.

Town's 100 Degree Temperature Swing

In the small town of Nowata, Oklahoma record-setting temperatures swung from a frigid 31 below zero to a balmy 76 degrees in the space of one week.

Huge Solar Flare

The sun released a huge X-class flare on Monday night, the largest in six years. The coronal mass ejections aren't expected to cause damage but could lead to widespread auroras.

An Entire Day Photographed

Astrophotographer Chris Kotsiopoulos produced this spectacular panoramic image from numerous photos taken over the course of a single day in Athens, Greece

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