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Why do Flamingos Stand on One Leg?
Scientists have revealed why flamingos stand on one leg.
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A Warming Planet Jolts the Iconic Creatures of the Galápagos
Species that inspired Darwin’s theory of natural selection are facing new challenges to adapt.
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This Turtle Tourist Centre Also Raises Endangered Turtles for Meat
Animal advocates accuse the Cayman Turtle Centre of mistreating its sea turtles and stoking demand for the meat of an endangered species, claims it denies.
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Watch a Tarantula Crawl Out of Its Own Skeleton
A time-lapse video shows what happens when a young Mexican Red Knee tarantula is ready to shed its old exoskeleton.
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6 Tips for Better Wildlife Encounters
Experiences with animals can be exhilarating, uplifting, and educational, but they can also be dangerous—for you and the wildlife. Here's how to make the activities sustainable and safe.
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There Are Only 3 of These Turtles Left on Earth
And conservationists are desperately searching for a fourth.
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Space Sperm Produces Healthy Baby Mice
If the results hold up, the experiment may be a step toward understanding how well humans will be able to reproduce off-world.
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The Dinosaur of the Turtle world
In honour of International Turtle day National Geographic takes a closer look at the alligator snapping turtle
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