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In this video, the BBC has traveled to Norway to meet a pack of wolves.
A strong earthquake has struck central Mexico, killing at least 93 people and toppling dozens of buildings.
People who have lived all their life by the Snåsa lake in Nord-Trøndelag have seen things they can not explain.
Research shows that spiders around the world consume more food than the human population, and thus prevent disasters.
It is the first time in Europe that poachers have attacked a living animal in a zoo.
VIDEO: At 3,329 metres tall, Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe. Now it has started spewing lava.
Police in Iceland warn against driving under the influence of the aurora, after having stopped tourist motorists who were more concerned with the celestial phenomenon than keeping their eyes on the road.
No one knows how the worm that has destroyed massive corn crops could be stopped. Now the UN holds an emergency meeting.
At Svea Airport in Norwegian Svalbard, travellers may have to wait for the runway to be cleared of polar bears.