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Reporting our world daily: original nature and science news from National Geographic.
»Female Monkeys Seen Having 'Sexual Interactions' With Deer 
»How This Man Survived Shark-Infested Waters for 28 Hours 
»Billions of Coral Sperm Banked in a Race to Save Reefs 
»Can You Spot the Difference Between a Jaguar and a Leopard? 
»Maps Show How Tearing Down City Slums Displaced Thousands 
»7 Python Meals That Got Really Ugly 
»Fishery Managers Seek to Gut Pacific Marine Monuments 
»Giant 'Swamp King' Fish Rescued From Flood 
»Hagfish Survive Attacks With Loose Skin and Lots of Slime 
»Five Ways Wildlife Won in 2017 
 China shutting down its ivory market and Instagram cracking down on harmful selfies are some of this year’s victories over wildlife crime and exploitation.
»Deep-Sea Predators Revealed in 30 Years of Footage 
»First Alien Star System With Eight Planets Found 
»Irish Ancestry Surprises Revealed by New DNA Map 
»Rare Aztec Map Reveals a Glimpse of Life in 1500s Mexico 
»Climate Change Likely Supercharged Hurricane Harvey 
»East Antarctic Ice Has a Wild Past. It May Be a Harbinger 
»Human-Size Penguin Fossils Discovered 
»First-Ever Video May Show Pig-Like Animals Mourning Their Dead 
»Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight—How to See It 
»Each U.S. Family Trashes 400 iPhones’ Worth of E-Waste a Year 
»Peer Inside a Mysterious Blue Hole in the Great Barrier Reef 
»Face of Ancient Queen Revealed for First Time 
»Famed 'Afghan Girl' Finally Gets a Home 
»Ticks That Fed on Dinosaurs Found Trapped in Amber 
»The True Story of Machli, the World's Most Famous Tiger 
»Your Questions About Our Starving Polar Bear Video Answered 
»New Volcanic Island May Survive Much Longer Than Expected 
»This Island Is Overrun With Rabbits—Here's Why It's a Problem 
»Tasmanian Tiger Genome May Be First Step Toward De-Extinction 
»Six New Tiny Anteater Species Found—Hiding in Plain Sight 
»Scientists Fight to List Cheetahs as Endangered 
»Extremely Endangered Tiger Losing Habitat—and Fast 
»3,500-Year-Old Tombs Uncovered in Egypt. One Has a Mummy 
»These Imaginary Islands Only Existed on Maps 
»Beavers Have Vanilla-Scented Butts and More Odd Facts 
»Poisoned Bald Eagle Highlights Lead Bullet Controversy 
»The Earth Is Humming—Here's What It Means 
»Alleged Massacre of Uncontacted Tribe Linked to Gold Mining 
»9 Countries and the EU Are Protecting the Arctic Ocean Before the Ice Melts 
»The 11 Weirdest Animal Stories of 2017 
»Heart-Wrenching Video Shows Starving Polar Bear on Iceless Land 
»New Species of Dog-Size Marsupial Lion Discovered 
»See Some of the World's Largest Rock Art—Scanned for the First Time 
»Narwhals Wearing Heart Monitors Reveal Danger of Human Encounters 
»Bizarre, Enormous 16th-Century Map Assembled for First Time 
»The Simple River-Cleaning Tactics That Big Farms Ignore 
»Archaeologists Discover New Mass Grave From Notorious Shipwreck 
»See Wreckage of Vessel That Fired First American Shot in WWII 
»New Englanders May Soon See More Great White Sharks 
»Where's Santa Buried? Resting Places of the Real St. Nick 
»Nature Is the Best Engineer 
»Duck-Like Dinosaur Is Among Oddest Fossils Yet Found 
»3.6-Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Unveiled to Public 
»Vast Yukon Wilderness Protected in Ruling for Native Tribes 
»76 Years On, Pearl Harbor Survivors Forgive—But Can't Forget 
»To Fight Opioid Addiction, Scientists See Promise in Sea Snail Venom 
»What You Need to Know About California's Wildfire 
»Huge Bubble of Hot Rock May Be Rising Under New England 
»10 Strange Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Earth 
»Can Monkeys Befriend People? Experts Weigh In. 
»Tourist Dies in Extremely Rare Shark Attack 
»'Time Capsule' Found in Jesus Statue—Where You Wouldn't Expect 
»Exclusive: Instagram Fights Animal Abuse With New Alert System 
»Welcome to the World's Most Awesomely Awful Places 
»What Trump’s Shrinking of National Monuments Actually Means 
»Cutting-Edge Science Honored by Star-Studded Breakthrough Prize Awards 
»Ice Age-Era Cave System Found Under Major City 
»See the Alaska Wildlife Refuge Targeted for Drilling by Tax Plan 
»Secret Lives of Jellyfish: Robots, Genetics, and World Domination 
»How to Tell a Turtle From a Tortoise 
»Who Is Krampus? Explaining the Horrific Christmas Devil 
 Santa's got some competition: a terrifying Christmas beast named Krampus, which is catching on in pop culture worldwide.
»Bunnies With Head Tilts Can Live Happily Ever After 
»10 Awesome Holiday Gifts for Map Lovers 
»The History of Europe's Most Controversial Christmas Character 
»Leaked Maps Show How Trump May Slash National Monuments 
»Does Understanding Urban Growth Build Resilient Cities? 
»How Krampus, the Christmas ‘Devil,’ Became Cool 
 We spoke to the man who says he helped make the demon-like beast popular in the U.S.
»Cold Moon, Meteors, and More Can't-Miss Sky Events in December 
»Call of World's Rarest Big Cat Recorded in Wild For First Time 
»How to See the Brightest Supermoon of 2017 
»To Save the Oceans, Should You Give Up Glitter? 
»2017 Hurricane Season Was the Most Expensive in U.S. History 
»Are Dogs Smarter Than Cats? Science Has an Answer 
»Camera Gets Swallowed by Lava, But Keeps Rolling 
»Shocking Video Shows Hawk Beheading Its Prey 
»13,000 U.S. Archaeology Sites To Be Flooded by Rising Seas 
»Hundreds of Pterosaur Eggs Found in Record-Breaking Fossil Haul 
»Lobster's Pepsi 'Tattoo' Highlights Major Ocean Problem 
»Elusive Wild Dog Caught on Camera in Surprising Place 
»Elephant Trainer’s Death Spotlights Thailand’s Captivity Controversies 
»Prehistoric Women Had Stronger Arms Than Modern Athletes 
»Saint Nicholas to Santa: The Surprising Origins of Mr. Claus 
 Santa Claus, Kris Kringle, St. Nick—no matter which name you call him by, everyone knows the story of this plump, jolly, gift-bringing Christmas icon. Or do they?
»New Fish Species Lives 5 Miles Underwater—a Record 
»Fiona the Famous Baby Hippo—Everything You Need to Know 
»Snap a Shark Photo and Help Save the Biggest Fish on Earth 
»Stunning Dinosaur Likely Used Armor to Flirt as Well as Fight 
»See the Strange, Beautiful Landscapes Revealed by Lasers 
»Yeti Legends Are Based on These Real Animals, DNA Shows 
»Asian Elephants Are Now Being Killed for Their Skin 
 A lawless zone in northeastern Myanmar has cornered the market in a gruesome good: elephant skin jewelry.
»Drones Spray Tree Seeds From the Sky to Fight Deforestation 
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