Nature

Lily Wilder, 4, has discovered a 220 million-year-old dinosaur footprint, while walking on a beach with her dad in Wales.[1]

Once mating season is over, the Parks said the snakes should go their separate ways. [1]

Researchers have found the Fritillaria delavayi plant, which has been used for 2,000 years in Chinese traditional medicine, has evolved camouflage in heavily harvested areas.[1]

Appearing before bees did, the flowers are theorized to have evolved to encourage pollination by beetles.[1]

Every year, about 1 to 5 trillion plastic bags are used and discarded around the world.[1]

A bird-like creature weighing less than a tenth of an ounce – has been discovered inside a drop of amber, where it was preserved for 99 million years.[1]

If confirmed, it will shatter the previous record of a six-hour rainbow in Yorkshire, England on March 14, 1994.[1]

Vanilla is considered the world's only edible, fruit-bearing orchid.[1]

Human ears can't hear them, but other plants or animals might.[1]

The Manitou Incline is just under a mile but climbs 2,000 vertical feet.[1]

During the peak growing season, the corn belt outproduces the Amazon.[1]

An Oregon farmer successfully grew a tomacco plant that gave off fruit for 18 months.[1]