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How to Tell a Turtle From a Tortoise
For one thing, tortoises have "tiny elephant feet."
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See the Lizard That Shoots Blood From Its Eyes
From flying geckos to "two-headed" skinks, lizards are a funky lot.
White Whale Caught on Video—How'd it Get That Way? loading...
White Whale Caught on Video—How'd it Get That Way?
Thought to be the famous whale Migaloo, the sighting off Australia calls to mind Moby Dick.
Go, Baby! These Animal Babies Grow Up Without Any Help from Parents loading...
Go, Baby! These Animal Babies Grow Up Without Any Help from Parents
Why some offspring are left to fend for themselves from day one.
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First loading...
Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Prey—a First
Cuban boas aren't the only surprising species that work together to earn their dinner.
Here's What It's Like to Live in the Woods, Off the Grid loading...
Here's What It's Like to Live in the Woods, Off the Grid
Meet a group of people in the mountains of North Carolina surviving on what can be gleaned from their surroundings.
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Watch Wild Dogs Try to Steal Cheetahs’ Kill
When two of Africa’s most endangered predators battle for food, see who comes out victorious.
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Breaking: Rhino Horn Trade to Return in South Africa
The high court’s decision means that rhino horn sales will soon be legal again within the country, which many fear will exacerbate the poaching crisis.
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How a 'Cheetah Matchmaker' is Helping Save the Big Cats
National Geographic caught up with explorer Vincent van der Merwe, who's trying to bring the spotted predator back to its African homeland.
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Rainbow Snake, Klingon Newt Among 163 Newfound Species
All were found in 2015 in the biodiverse Greater Mekong region of Southeast Asia.
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