Bacteria That Cause Human Diseases Found in Orca Blowholes loading...
Bacteria That Cause Human Diseases Found in Orca Blowholes
Scientists have found yet another way human beings may be hurting killer whales: Infectious diseases spilling into marine waters from land are showing up in their breath.
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Humans 'Domesticated' Mice 15,000 Years Ago
Ancient rodent populations may now help us fill in gaps in the archaeological record as humans shifted from hunter-gatherers to farmers.
‘Two-Headed Snake’ Shocks Homeowner loading...
‘Two-Headed Snake’ Shocks Homeowner
The unusual creature with an eerie blinking “eye” showcases the incredible power of animal mimicry.
5 Animals That You Can See Right Through loading...
5 Animals That You Can See Right Through
These creatures are clearly amazing.
3 New Snakes Found, One Named for Underworld Monster loading...
3 New Snakes Found, One Named for Underworld Monster
The newfound species add to Earth's most diverse snake genus—and one of them is already critically endangered.
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4 Things You Need to Know About the Approved Keystone XL Pipeline
The big infrastructure project may have important impacts on climate, animals, and people. Here's how.
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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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