Once thought extinct, bizarre horned frog reappears in Ecuador loading...
Once thought extinct, bizarre horned frog reappears in Ecuador
This strange frog, which incubates eggs on its back, disappeared for more than a decade before being rediscovered.
How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language loading...
How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language
From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odours to influence animal behaviour.
7 ways wildlife won in 2018 loading...
7 ways wildlife won in 2018
Elephants, rhinos, whales, and other imperilled species received a boost this year.
Volcanic lightning can help warn of dangerous eruptions loading...
Volcanic lightning can help warn of dangerous eruptions
These dramatic light shows could soon be just as useful as they are beautiful.
Best travel photos of 2018 loading...
Best travel photos of 2018
Here are the year's best photos from National Geographic Travel.
See our most compelling photographs of 2018 loading...
See our most compelling photographs of 2018
A mother bathes with her baby and sharks hunt at night in the 30 most moving pictures of the year from National Geographic.
Both of NASA's Voyager spacecraft are now interstellar. Where to next? loading...
Both of NASA's Voyager spacecraft are now interstellar. Where to next?
Launched in 1977, the twin probes will likely outlive the sun. Find out what star systems they’ll meet as they head deeper into the galaxy.
History’s Greatest Moustaches loading...
History’s Greatest Moustaches
Sponsored Content: This Movember National Geographic looks back at some of history’s most daring moustaches
These spiders feed their leftovers to carnivorous plants loading...
These spiders feed their leftovers to carnivorous plants
Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbour an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both.
Bats are being killed so people can suck their blood loading...
Bats are being killed so people can suck their blood
Thousands of bats are sold for their blood each month in Bolivia, supposedly to help treat epilepsy and other ailments.
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable? loading...
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable?
Our appetite for the oil hurts the environment and wildlife. But Gabon hopes to show how to build an industry while protecting its forests.
Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish loading...
Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish
Trade the ramen crunch and flavour packet for these nutty, delicate Japanese noodles.

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