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Amazon Tribes Stand Up for Their Survival
The world’s fourth-largest dam will flood some of the land that indigenous tribes have lived on for centuries.
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Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles
Fewer foreign visitors and political chaos has led some Egyptians to turn to hunting Nile crocodiles as a source of revenue.
What Happens When a Baby Hippo Plays With a Croc loading...
What Happens When a Baby Hippo Plays With a Croc
A scene that could have ended in carnage takes a surprising twist.
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Exclusive: Bone-Sniffing Dogs to Hunt for Amelia Earhart's Remains
In what may be the best chance yet to learn the famous aviator's fate, forensic dogs are headed to a Pacific island to search for her bones.
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How To Save The World's Tallest Animal
Conservationists are working to save giraffes from a "silent extinction".
Demystifying the Ancient Tangle of London’s Streets loading...
Demystifying the Ancient Tangle of London’s Streets
For 81 years, A-Z maps have helped everyone from cabbies to clueless tourists navigate one of the world’s most confusing cities.
6 Spiritual Adventures to Challenge the Mind and Body loading...
6 Spiritual Adventures to Challenge the Mind and Body
Adventurous souls and spiritual seekers can find peace, and a challenge, on these spiritual hikes.
Inside a Flourishing—and Conflicted—Weed Industry loading...
Inside a Flourishing—and Conflicted—Weed Industry
Hemp and marijuana have been legally grown in Italy for centuries but new challenges are emerging.
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See How Muslims Celebrate the End of Ramadan Around the World
Millions of Muslims across the globe are preparing for Eid al-Fitr, the conclusion of the Islamic holy month.
In the Darkness, Thousands of Tiny Creatures Thrive loading...
In the Darkness, Thousands of Tiny Creatures Thrive
Photographer Ryo Minemizu illuminates ocean waters to reveal the secret underwater world of plankton.
How a Refrigerator Led to Einstein’s Pleas for Atomic Bomb Research loading...
How a Refrigerator Led to Einstein’s Pleas for Atomic Bomb Research
The great physicist was an avowed pacifist—so why did he urge the U.S. to fund such a devastating weapon?
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Two Rare Black Bear Attacks Show Rise in Conflict With People
After back-to-back black bear maulings in Alaska, officials warn that knowing how to respond to an attack could mean life or death.

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