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One of biggest great white sharks seen feasting on sperm whale in rare video loading...
One of biggest great white sharks seen feasting on sperm whale in rare video
The famous Deep Blue and two other large females were spotted off Hawaii, an unusual gathering and location for the elusive predators.
Where Lions Once Ruled, They Are Now Quietly Disappearing loading...
Where Lions Once Ruled, They Are Now Quietly Disappearing
There are half as many African lions than there were 25 years ago. Conservation programs aim to protect the disappearing species by promoting human-lion cohabitation across the African savanna.
Humpback Whales Make Stunning Comeback In Southern Africa loading...
Humpback Whales Make Stunning Comeback In Southern Africa
Whaling drove humpbacks in the region to near extinction. Now new survey data suggests there are far more than anyone expected.
Orcas Eat Great White Sharks—New Insights Into Rare Behaviour Revealed loading...
Orcas Eat Great White Sharks—New Insights Into Rare Behaviour Revealed
Though the great white is considered the top marine predator, orcas may actually rule the oceans, new observations suggest.
Bats Regurgitate Nectar For Their Babies—A New Discovery loading...
Bats Regurgitate Nectar For Their Babies—A New Discovery
Many animal mothers have evolved unusual ways to feed their offspring, sometimes even sacrificing their own lives.
Goats Can Perceive Each Other’s Emotions From Their Voices loading...
Goats Can Perceive Each Other’s Emotions From Their Voices
New research shows that goats can hear subtle emotional changes in goats’ calls, furthering our understanding about how animals perceive the world.
Masai Giraffes Declared Endangered loading...
Masai Giraffes Declared Endangered
The subspecies in Kenya and Tanzania has declined by nearly 50 percent in the last 30 years, largely because of poaching and changes in land use.
These Baby Rays Are The First Of Their Kind Born In Captivity loading...
These Baby Rays Are The First Of Their Kind Born In Captivity
After the historic first birth of five baby spiny butterfly rays in captivity last August, an aquarium in Brazil is ready for the next litter's arrival.
6 Recent Deaths Push Rare Whales Closer To Extinction loading...
6 Recent Deaths Push Rare Whales Closer To Extinction
There are only about 400 North Atlantic right whales left, and they’re being killed faster than they can reproduce.
He Spent His Career Studying A Frog. Then He Discovered Its True Identity. loading...
He Spent His Career Studying A Frog. Then He Discovered Its True Identity.
Sylvia’s leaf frog had been mislabeled for over 90 years—until Andrew Gray figured out it was a species all its own.
Most Widespread Wildlife Crime Raid Ever Sweeps Across More Than 100 Countries loading...
Most Widespread Wildlife Crime Raid Ever Sweeps Across More Than 100 Countries
A global coordinated effort led to the seizure of thousands of protected animals, plants, and wildlife products.
In Real Life, Simba’s Mum Would Be Running The Pride loading...
In Real Life, Simba’s Mum Would Be Running The Pride
A lion expert breaks down lion family dynamics.

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