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Nature makes you better loading...
Nature makes you better
Five countries heeding the call of the wild.
Books that will make you fall in love with the world loading...
Books that will make you fall in love with the world
These travel reads inspire serious wanderlust.
These animals are truly one of a kind loading...
These animals are truly one of a kind
Aardvarks, aye-ayes, and humans are among the species with no close living relatives.
Black leopard spotted in Africa for first time in 100 years loading...
Black leopard spotted in Africa for first time in 100 years
The extremely rare female cat has melanism, a condition in which the body produces an excess of pigment.
Inside the decadent love affair of Cleopatra and Mark Antony loading...
Inside the decadent love affair of Cleopatra and Mark Antony
A Roman general and an Egyptian queen, Mark Antony and Cleopatra flaunted their scandalous love affair while challenging the power of Rome.
See gorgeous pictures of Vietnam—from above and below loading...
See gorgeous pictures of Vietnam—from above and below
Honouring his adopted home, a photographer travels to Vietnam to show its landscape and people in a new light.
These animals are nature’s clingiest lovers loading...
These animals are nature’s clingiest lovers
For Valentine’s Day, we celebrate animal pairs that literally stick together.
How the case against an alleged poaching kingpin fell apart loading...
How the case against an alleged poaching kingpin fell apart
Boonchai Bach is only the most recent example of an alleged high-ranking wildlife criminal evading prosecution.
Who were history's top ten, red-hot power couples? loading...
Who were history's top ten, red-hot power couples?
Harnessing their passion and ambition, these ten couples dominated their times—building empires, creating masterpieces, and breaking boundaries.
How this animal’s adorable face mask keeps it safe loading...
How this animal’s adorable face mask keeps it safe
The slow loris's markings warn that it's a cute, tiny, little, fluffy, fur-ball of death.
Bavarians vote to save bugs and birds—and change farming loading...
Bavarians vote to save bugs and birds—and change farming
In the face of plummeting insect and bird populations, citizens in the south German state are trying to make farmers preserve habitat.
The Rohingya People loading...
The Rohingya People
Called the most persecuted minority in the world, the Rohingya have a millennial-long history in Myanmar, the country that's excluding them.

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