7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have loading...
7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have
Under-eye "flashlights," venom glands, claspers. Nature abounds with body parts that aren't found in humans.
Ruby Seadragon Caught on Video for First Time in Western Australia loading...
Ruby Seadragon Caught on Video for First Time in Western Australia
The scarlet fish was declared a new species in 2015—but before this footage, it had never been seen alive.
14 Not-Fake Shark Pictures From a Real Nat Geo Photographer loading...
14 Not-Fake Shark Pictures From a Real Nat Geo Photographer
A phony photograph of a shark is the latest in a year of fake news. But these images are all real.
New Giant, Air-Breathing Fish Discovered loading...
New Giant, Air-Breathing Fish Discovered
Several other species of arapaimas are likely lurking in the Amazon, waiting to be identified.
800-Pound Groupers Making a Comeback—But Not Everyone's Happy loading...
800-Pound Groupers Making a Comeback—But Not Everyone's Happy
Some Florida fishermen say Atlantic goliath groupers are eating too many fish, but scientists argue the behemoths still need our protection.
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Tracking the Secret Lives of Ocean Predators
Cutting-edge technology used by marine biologist Barbara Block is leading to more knowledge about sharks and bluefin tuna.
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Watch Sharks and Whales Swarm a Massive Fish Run
South Africa’s epic KwaZulu-Natal sardine run brings millions of fish near the coast, which in turn attract scores of hungry animals.
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Baiting, Behavior, and Big Sharks
Baiting sharks allows divers to see them in the wild, but does the practice have a long-term impact on shark behavior?
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He’s lean, he’s mean, and he’s the toughest, smartest and coolest fish-master on any river with five extreme World Records to his name.

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