Searching for Elusive Green Sea Turtles in the Persian Gulf loading...
Searching for Elusive Green Sea Turtles in the Persian Gulf
Scientists are trying to solve riddles about where and how green sea turtles live in the Middle East, one of the world's least-understood turtle populations.
These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century loading...
These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century
A pair of cubs was born in Iberá National Park, and scientists are aiming to be as minimally invasive in their lives as possible.
These 5 New Snake Species Suck Snails Out of Their Shells loading...
These 5 New Snake Species Suck Snails Out of Their Shells
The names of the snakes were auctioned off, and funds from the event will go toward preserving some of the species.
This Baby Elephant Might Be Feeling 'Awkward' loading...
This Baby Elephant Might Be Feeling 'Awkward'
This seemingly strange behavior may be the baby elephant’s version of feeling ‘awkward’.
Why Male Dolphin Buddies 'Hold Hands' loading...
Why Male Dolphin Buddies 'Hold Hands'
Bottlenose dolphins in Australia call each other by name and touch frequently to maintain alliances with other males, a new study says.
Decapitated Snake Head Nearly Kills Man—Here’s How loading...
Decapitated Snake Head Nearly Kills Man—Here’s How
Scientists warn that rattlesnakes can remain dangerous long after they are dead.
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Who calls the shots in the mating game and is attraction merely physical? Whether it’s a mating call that titillates, a flash of colour, or a fancy dance, Nat Geo Wild explores the factors that influence the power of animal attraction.

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