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What You Need to Know About Tiger Farms
A viral video showing tigers chasing a drone likely comes from a slaughter facility in China.
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U.S. Backtracks on Purge of Animal Abuse Records—What We Know
Following public outcry, the U.S. government reposts a fraction of animal welfare data. Meanwhile, clues point to the reasons behind the radical deletions.
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7 M&M-Size Frog Species Found, Among World's Smallest
The tiny amphibians, which live in India's diverse Western Ghats, proved tricky to track down.
This Battle Between an Octopus and a Crab Has a Surprising Twist loading...
This Battle Between an Octopus and a Crab Has a Surprising Twist
As two divers zeroed in on a fight between a red octopus and a swimmer crab, an unexpected visitor gave their footage a shocking end.
Raised to Kill Lions, This Kenyan Warrior Now Saves Them loading...
Raised to Kill Lions, This Kenyan Warrior Now Saves Them
"Any time I lose a lion, it's like losing a member of my family," says Jeneria Lekilelei of the Samburu tribe.
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New Redheaded Opossum Named After Magical Gnome
The rat-size marsupial prowls the tropical rain forests of northern Brazil at night.
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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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World's Oldest Wild Bird Has Baby at 66
Not only that, but Wisdom has hatched chicks two years in a row—a rare feat for albatross.
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6 Nat Geo Photographers Share Their Favourite Wild Cat Moments
From a newborn tiger cubs to a bittersweet goodbye between man and mountain lion, see the experiences that stuck.
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