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Watch a Tarantula Crawl Out of Its Own Skeleton
A time-lapse video shows what happens when a young Mexican Red Knee tarantula is ready to shed its old exoskeleton.
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6 Tips for Better Wildlife Encounters
Experiences with animals can be exhilarating, uplifting, and educational, but they can also be dangerous—for you and the wildlife. Here's how to make the activities sustainable and safe.
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15 Amazing Views Under the Night Sky
Striking moonlight, colourful auroras, and star-studded skies are the ultimate rewards for tackling your adventures under the night sky.
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15 Breathtaking Photos of the Natural World
Crystalline waters, active volcanos, and animals on the move: our latest favourites from the 2017 Travel Photographer of the Year contest.
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Jaw-Dropping Photos Captured By Drones
A new book compiles the best from drone photographers around the world.
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Here are the Best Liars in the Animal Kingdom
From sneaky squid to blue jay impressionists, deceit abounds in the animal kingdom.
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Fast-Growing Moss Is Turning Antarctica Green
Rising temperatures have boosted the growth rates of seasonal moss on the southern continent over the last 50 years.
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Three Quirky Projects Make Art Out Of China's Polluted Air
Filthy air has inspired Chinese citizens to speak out—and in some cases, to create art.
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Vietnam was a land ravaged by war but the nature here managed to rejuvenate and it has become one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. This program explores how this was possible and shows some of the most unique animals on earth that have made Vietnam their home.

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