'Exploding Ant' Rips Itself Apart To Protect Its Own loading...
'Exploding Ant' Rips Itself Apart To Protect Its Own
When attacked, this otherwise assuming ant also releases a yellowish goo that smells like curry.
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See the Last Footage of Rare Tree-Climbing Lions
National Geographic explorer Alexander Braczkowski spent six months following a pride of tree-climbing lions before they were poisoned.
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Giant Anteater Faces Off With Jaguar, Leaves Unimpressed
A wildlife photographer recently captured the unusual interaction in Brazil's Pantanal.
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We Fact-Checked 8 Animal Emojis.Here's What We Found
For starters, caterpillars don't have antenna and zebra ears aren't pink.
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Teen Nabbed For Smuggling A Tiger Cub Just Got Six Months In Prison
The incident highlights the growing trade in illegal wildlife.
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Climate Change Is Suffocating Large Parts of the Ocean
A new study says warming has reduced the oxygen levels in large swaths of the deep ocean, threatening marine life around the world.
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Experience the incredible and inspiring rebirth of an African wilderness through the eyes of Emmy Award-winning wildlife cameraman Bob Poole. Darting lions, wrestling crocs, facing down angry elephants – it’s all part of a day’s work as he joins the battle to re-wild a legendary national park that was destroyed during a long civil war. It's one of the most ambitious wilderness restoration projects ever attempted.

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