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Reporting our world daily: original nature and science news from National Geographic.
»In Unprecedented Loss, Endangered Whales Die of Mysterious Cause 
»Ice Age Hyenas Left Clues About These Ancient Human Sites 
»Lightning-Caused Fires on the Rise in the World’s Largest Forest 
»An ‘Atlas for the End of the World’ 
»Being Kidnapped and Losing a Finger Couldn't Stop This Climber 
»Coffin Flies, Corpse-Eating Beetles, and Other Bugs with Gruesome Jobs 
»Beekeepers Sweeten Solar Sites With the 'Tesla of Honey' 
»Coral Reefs Could Be Gone in 30 Years 
»Deafening Blasts Kill These Ocean Animals For Miles 
»Dramatic Video Shows Deadly Tsunami Hitting Greenland 
»Endangered Zebra Saved After Severe Lion Attack 
»Satellite Images Reveal Mosul's Cultural Destruction 
»Meet the People on the Front Lines of America’s Coal Wars 
»Would Your Dog Eat You if You Died? Get the Facts. 
»What Happens When a Baby Hippo Plays With a Croc 
»Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles 
»Removal of Yellowstone Grizzlies From Endangered List Ignites Controversy 
»Picture of Koala Hugging Mom Shows Species' Plight 
»Eerie Clouds Glow at Night—How to See Them 
»Watch Elephants Rescue Their Baby From a Pool 
»High Adventure, Hard Data, and a More Sustainable World 
»The Surprising Link Between Egg Shape and Bird Flight 
»Giant 'Mirror' Planets Found in First-of-Its-Kind Experiment 
»Medieval Sword Pulled From Polish Bog 
»Rare White Moose Twins Caught on Camera 
»A Tick Bite Could Make You Allergic to Meat—and It's Spreading 
»Cougars Are Terrified of Human Chatter—And That's a Big Problem 
»See How This Man Effortlessly Catches the ‘World’s Deadliest Snake’ 
»Dog Meat Still on Sale at Controversial Festival 
»Exclusive: Bone-Sniffing Dogs to Hunt for Amelia Earhart's Remains 
»Demystifying the Ancient Tangle of London’s Streets 
»Everything You Need To Know About The Summer Solstice 
»Chameleon Mummified Alive by the Tropical Sun 
»Struggling Relationship? Science Says Puppy Pictures May Help. 
»Two Rare Black Bear Attacks Show Rise in Conflict With People 
»How a Refrigerator Led to Einstein’s Pleas for Atomic Bomb Research 
»Getting More Precise With Water Stewardship 
»Inside the Afghan School Where Girls Can Dress Like Girls 
»NASA Finds 219 Possible Planets, Including 10 'Earths' 
»How 2 Million Pounds of Rotting Flesh Helps the Serengeti 
»Cats Domesticated Themselves, Ancient DNA Shows 
»By 2100, Deadly Heat May Threaten Majority of Humankind 
»Why It Matters Who Females Choose to Have Sex With 
»How to Save the Jaguars? Turn the Locals From Foe to Friend 
»Blue Herons, Jellyfish, and Other Animals With Daily Commutes 
»Praying Mantis Devours Hummingbird in Shocking Photo 
»13 Graceful Pictures of Rare Sea Turtles 
»How 9 National Geographic Explorers Got Their Start 
»Organic Weed? Marijuana Growers Go Green 
»Watch: Stranded Beluga Whale Flown Back to Sea 
»Your Old Cell Phone Can Help Save the Rain Forest 
»Renewable Energy Record Set in U.S. 
»Two-Headed Porpoise Found For First Time 
»Spider Catches Prey by Shooting Webs 
»UN Announces 23 New Nature Reserves While U.S. Removes 17 
»Watch a Cougar Take Down a Deer in Rare Video 
»Why These Adorable Baby Raccoons 'Adopted' a Fisherman 
»Rare Otter Fossil Found in the Mexican Desert 
»'8th World Wonder' May Lie Below Volcanic Lakeshore 
»Best View of Saturn's Rings Until 2032—How to See It 
»Plan to Save World's Most Trafficked Mammal Ignites Debate 
 Six zoos and one nonprofit have teamed up to breed pangolins before it’s too late—but critics say the scaly African creatures will likely die in captivity.
»A Running List of How Trump Is Changing the Environment 
»Climate Change Pushing Tropical Diseases Toward Arctic 
»Massacre Survivors Cling to Life in Giant Swamp 
»Hawk Adopted by Bald Eagles Isn’t Out of the Woods Yet 
»Bizarre, Glowing Sea Creatures Bloom in the Pacific 
»How the Bay Area Is Restoring Nature's Delicate Balance 
»6 Animals That Are Stellar Stepdads 
»How Boston Made Itself Bigger 
»4 Everyday Items Einstein Helped Create 
»Watch a Spider Take Down a Scorpion Twice Its Size 
»Orangutan Grabbed a Woman—Here's the Likely Reason Why 
»Mysterious Ghost Sharks' Sex Habits Revealed 
»Mysterious Disease Attacks Rattlesnakes 
»Why We're So Divided Over Saving Wolves 
»Fishing Ban Strives to Protect the World's Rarest Marine Mammal 
»Here’s What Your Cat’s Tail is Trying to Tell You 
»How to See the Best Total Solar Eclipse in a Century 
»Watch a Woman Wrangle a Nearly 6-Foot Snake From Her Living Room 
»Owl 'Swims' for Its Life in Rare Video 
»How Filmmakers Captured a Daring Escape From ISIS Territory 
»Cuttlefish Pretend to be Crabs to Catch More Fish 
»Map Shows Growing U.S. 'Climate Rebellion' Against Trump 
»Triumphant Rhino Transfer Ends in Tragic Conservator Death 
 Rare black rhinos were recently reintroduced into Rwanda’s iconic national park. Tragically, one has killed a man who was helping protect them.
»Pictures: What a Spark of Genius Looks Like 
»Transforming Garbage into a Sustainable Solar Future 
»Live Donkey Fed to Tigers at Chinese Zoo 
 The incident has horrified animal welfare advocates and highlights cruel behavior that can happen at some of the country’s zoos.
»Nightmarish, Toothy Lizard Fish Found in Ocean Deep 
»Baby Bird from Time of Dinosaurs Found Fossilized in Amber 
»These Early Humans Lived 300,000 Years Ago—But Had Modern Faces 
»We've Learned Jumping Spiders Can See the Moon, Thanks to Twitter 
»Einstein's 'Impossible' Experiment Finally Performed 
»Inside the Multimillion-Dollar World of Eel Trafficking 
 Agents with the U.S. government’s ‘Operation Broken Glass’ have nabbed more than a dozen men for smuggling valuable baby eels to Asia.
»Here’s What It Would Feel Like to Pet a T. Rex 
»Ravens Hold Grudges Against Cheaters 
»This Explosion Was the Biggest Blast Before Atomic Bombs 
»Watch: Giant Wasp vs. Giant Spider Battle Ends With a Twist 
»New Ocean Reserve, Largest in Africa, Protects Whales and Turtles 
»Why Slimy Fish Lips Are the Secret to Eating Stinging Coral 
»World's Oldest Known Sloth Dies of Old Age 
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