SCHNIPSELDIENST
Animals   1
Polar Bear
Auto   2
NYT-Automobiles
Bookmarks   4
Delicious
Dictionary   5
Merriam-Webster's
Entertainment   6
dailymail
People
Environment   7
Greenpeace
Games   8
AddictingGames
Job   9
SourceForge
Knowledge   10
National Geographic
Nature
Market   12
Forbes
Medicine   13
NLM
WebMD
WHO
Mobile   14
Google Mobile
Motorcycle   15
AMA
Music   16
RollingStone
Newspaper   17
NYT
Policy   18
BBC
euro|topics
Spiegel
Programming   19
Snipplr
Searchengine   20
WolframAlpha
Sport   21
Sport Illustrated
Travel   22
New York
Thailand
Video   23
YouTube
Virus   24
Sophos
Webdesign   25
dhtmlgoodies
Knowledge » National Geographic Weitere Quellen
National Geographic
Reporting our world daily: original nature and science news from National Geographic.
»Cannibalism—the Ultimate Taboo—Is Surprisingly Common 
 
»Honeybee Buzz Literally Makes Flowers Explode With Pollen 
 The fuzzy pollinators are also the only bees that make an excess of honey.
»See Vintage Photos of the Post Office in Its Prime 
 
»Watch a Sea Snake Devour an Eel Its Own Size 
 
»Could U.S. Endangered Species Rules Go Extinct? 
 
»World's Oldest Wild Bird Has Baby at 66 
 
»Mysterious 'Sea Serpent' Oarfish Resurfaces 
 
»Weird Life Found Trapped in Giant Underground Crystals 
 
»‘Lost Continent’ Hidden Underneath New Zealand? 
 
»Pruitt Confirmed to Lead EPA, Alarming Environmentalists 
 
»14 Photos That Illumine a Dark Chapter of U.S. History 
 
»Vintage NASA Pictures Get New Life in Vibrant Color 
 
»Googly-Eyed Trash Eaters May Clean a Harbor Near You 
 
»Why 'Fainting Goats' Really Collapse in Fear 
 
»Watch a Venomous Spider Kill a Deadly Snake in Rare Attack 
 
»How Snakes, Spiders, and Other Predators Fool Their Prey 
 
»What to Do When a Wild Seal Hops On Your Kayak 
 
»How One Brilliant Woman Mapped the Ocean Floor’s Secrets 
 
»Antarctica’s Sea Ice Shrinks to New Record Low 
 
»Westminster's Newest Dog Breeds Strut Their Stuff 
 A German shepherd took best in show at the annual event—and cats made a buzzworthy appearance.
»New Way to Fight Superbugs Found in Noxious Weed 
 
»The Oroville Dam Crisis Could Happen Elsewhere 
 
»Underwater Cave Discovery Features Stunning Red Coral Garden 
 
»Deepest Place on Earth Contains 'Extraordinary' Pollution Levels 
 
»Precision Farming: Harnessing Technology to Feed the World 
 
»Our Sun Produces Bizarre Radiation Bursts—Now NASA Knows Why 
 
»Baby ‘Sea Monster’ Found Inside Fossil Mother 
 
»A Horrifying List of Creatures That Can Crawl Into Your Body 
 From roaches in noses to leeches in nether regions, here are the animals most likely to get under your skin.
»Wife Discovered With Husband’s Heart, Centuries After Death 
 
»Poaching for Abalone, Africa’s ‘White Gold,' Reaches Fever Pitch 
 A booming illegal trade in abalone—the world’s most valuable shellfish—is fueling a social and environmental crisis in South Africa.
»Bondage, Cannibalism, and Castration—Spiders' Wild Sex Lives 
 
»Watch: Bizarre Deep-Sea Squid Has Mismatched Eyes 
 Scientists have finally figured out why the cock-eyed squid has such strange peepers.
»We Are Wired To Be Outside 
 
»Huge Sinkhole Opens at Highest Dam in the U.S. 
 
»7 Ways Bats Are Just Like Batman 
 For one, these dark knights help the less fortunate.
»U.S. Conservatives Unveil Plan to Fight Climate Change 
 
»Watch the Elaborate Courtship of Three Gray Whales 
 
»See the Faces of Immigrants in 1917 America 
 
»Watch a Moose Chase Two Snowboarders in Wyoming 
 
»World's Rarest Boa Rediscovered After 64 Years 
 The Cropan's boa, native to Brazil's Atlantic Forest, hadn't been seen alive since its discovery in 1953.
»Ghostly Green Comet and Lunar Eclipse Dazzle on Same Night 
 
»Explore This Interactive Map of the New U.S. Megaregions 
 
»Newcastle Has a Smart Vision for the Future 
 
»New Dead Sea Scroll Find May Help Detect Forgeries 
 
»Elephant Calf Makes Amazing Recovery After Being Shot in Legs 
 Watch a youngster named Luggard find his feet again with the help of carers at an elephant orphanage in Kenya.
»Surprising Ways Science Survives Travel Bans and Gag Orders 
 
»Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video 
 A National Geographic explorer spotted the adult male on a recent expedition to Bale Mountains National Park.
»A Striking New View of the Pacific “Blob” 
 
»Arctic Ice Isn't Doomed Yet—Here's How to Save It 
 
»One Fish Frozen While Eating Another—A Rare Discovery 
 
»Who's Still Fighting Climate Change? The U.S. Military 
 
»New Gecko Sheds Skin on Demand, Looks Like Raw Chicken 
 
»U.S. Animal Abuse Records Deleted—What We Stand to Lose 
 By removing online records of welfare violations, U.S. agency robs journalists, investigators, and the public of timely information—and takes pressure off abusers.
»Iraq's Unique Wildlife Pushed to Brink by War, Hunting 
 After decades of strife, the world’s first civilization is losing many of its animals, such as otters, deer, songbirds, and more.
»Found: Guts of 470-Million-Year-Old Sea Creature 
 
»Darwin's Theory of Evolution Roiled U.S. on Eve of Civil War 
 
»Weird and Fascinating Ways Animals Use Poop 
 
»Watch Deer Burst Into Convenience Store and Run Amok 
 
»Deadly Snake Wags Tongue to Lure Its Prey—A First 
 Africa's puff adder is the only known snake to attract its victims with both tongue and tail, a new study says.
»Opinion: Want to Empower Women Worldwide? Give Them Access to Contraceptives 
 
»Cheap Thrills, Poor Conditions Plague Indonesia's Zoos 
 A viral video of sun bears appearing to beg for food from zoo visitors has people calling for change at Indonesia’s zoos.
»Inside Einstein’s Love Affair With 'Lina'—His Cherished Violin 
 
»Geoffrey Rush Explains Why Playing Einstein is 'Scary' Yet 'Delicious' 
 
»Watch: Paraplegic Man Finds Freedom Through Scuba Diving 
 
»The New Film, The Lost City of Z, Celebrates Adventure 
 
»Lunar Eclipse and 10 More Can’t-Miss Sky Events in February 
 
»Watch Foxes Brawl on a London Sidewalk 
 
»Closest Earth-Size Planet May Get Robot Visitors—Here’s How 
 
»Changing the Face of National Parks 
 
»Watch This Huge 'Waterfall' of Lava Pour Into the Ocean 
 
»Watch 'Pom-Pom' Crabs Fight with Anemone-Tipped Claws 
 
»The Dramatic Impact of Illegal Amber Mining in Ukraine’s Wild West 
 
»First Photos of New Amazon Coral Reef System Released 
 
»In Rare Killing, Chimpanzees Cannibalize Former Leader 
 
»Watch: How to Become a Space Archaeologist 
 
»150-year-old Diorama Surprises Scientists With Human Remains 
 
»How Time Rules Your Body—and Your Social Life 
 
»How the U.S. Air Force Mapped the World at the Dawn of the Cold War 
 
»"Year of the Rooster" Brings Celebrations and Hazardous Smog 
 
»The Rare African Park Where Elephants Are Thriving 
 The elephants in Chad’s Zakouma National Park were supposed to have been wiped out by now. Instead their numbers are growing.
»7 Real-Life Dragons That Live Up to Their Names 
 
»Watch Alien Worlds Whirl Around a Distant Star 
 
»3 Things You Need to Know About the Science Rebellion Against Trump 
 
»Why a Volcano Has Erupted Almost Every Hour for 94 Years 
 
»The Worst Wildfires in Chile’s History Revealed in Pictures 
 
»Human-Pig Hybrid Created in the Lab—Here Are the Facts 
 
»Another Baby Dolphin Killed By Selfie-Seeking Tourists 
 Seriously, stop taking photos with wild animals.
»These Are the Defiant "Water Protectors" of Standing Rock 
 
»4 Key Impacts of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines 
 
»New Crypt-Keeper Wasp Is Parasite That Bursts From Host's Head 
 The insect, native to the southeastern U.S., is named after the Egyptian god of evil and chaos—for good reason.
»Watch a Massive Fire Tornado Sweep the Outback 
 
»Amazing Sky Bursts Are About to End—How to See Them Now 
 
»A Border Wall Already Exists In Some Places. We Visited It. 
 
»India, Israel Officially in Race for First Private Moon Landing 
 
»Earth Shines in Dramatic New Pictures From Space 
 
»Watch Mother Bear Rush to Save Her Cubs From a Waterfall 
 
»Rare Optical Illusion Lets a Man ‘Walk on Water' 
 
»Pale, Beady-Eyed Crab Named for Harry Potter 
 
»A Buddhist Tradition to Save Animals Has Taken an Ugly Turn 
 What began as a quest to protect wildlife is now killing animals and harming ecosystems.
»Red Skittles Spilling Onto Wisconsin Highway Were Headed for Cattle Feed 
 
Tipp    
Immobilien suchen und anbieten bei ImmobilienScout24
Sch�fer Shop Deutschland
Die ganze Welt der Domains.
Hoeren    
Musik hören von
 
Hotel    
Propeller Island Hotel
propeller island citylodge
<< weitere Bilder >>
zum Hotel in Berlin
Sudoku    
Spielen Sie
Biorhythmus    
Lassen Sie sich Ihren augenblicklichen Biorhythmus (körperlich, emotional, geistig) berechnen. Geben Sie hierzu Ihr Geburtsdatum ein:
Tag
Monat
Jahr
 
Weitere Themen (outgoing)
schnipseldienst vs. 2.0 - last modified: 21.02.2017
Powered by: