Pingos are like small mountains that form in the permafrost. They are circular or elliptical formations that grow up to 230 feet in height and 2,000 feet in diameter.
Asian jumping worms are, as their name suggests, an invasive species. They were first reported in the U.S. in 1939, and were first found in Wisconsin in 2013.
Plants have evolved complex methods to ensure their survival.
Ants are responsible for removing more than half of the waste on rainforest floors.
Topsoil comes in many different forms, from nutrient-rich dirt to desert sand.
Crabgrass, the killer weed, inflicts chemical warfare on lawns and farms.
In the spring, the eastern half of North America turns into one big spittoon for spittlebugs.
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