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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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Quolls Trained to Stay Away from Poisonous Cane Toads
The experiment is taking place on an island off the Northern Territory coast
Why All of America's Circus Animals Could Soon be Free loading...
Why All of America's Circus Animals Could Soon be Free
After 146 years Ringling circus is putting on its final show. Lawmakers may unite to take all travelling exotic animals off the road.
Here are the Best Liars in the Animal Kingdom loading...
Here are the Best Liars in the Animal Kingdom
From sneaky squid to blue jay impressionists, deceit abounds in the animal kingdom.
Watch: Why This Sea Lion Dragged a Girl Into the Sea loading...
Watch: Why This Sea Lion Dragged a Girl Into the Sea
In a dramatic video, a sea lion can be seen dragging a young girl into a marina after she and others fed it from a dock.
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Inside the Effort to Kill Protections for Endangered Animals
The U.S. Endangered Species Act has saved more than 200 species from extinction—but business and political interests want to scuttle it.
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Taronga’s Miracle Otter Pup Explores Outside World for the First Time
A tiny otter pup has begun to venture outside its nest at Taronga Zoo after being delivered in a life-saving caesarian birth.
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They might not have military weapons, but these animals have evolved their own versions of poison-tipped harpoons, chemical missiles and high-powered bullets to help them compete for food, territory and mating rights.

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