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This Amazon Bird’s Eggs Are Black-Market Gold. Here’s Why. loading...
This Amazon Bird’s Eggs Are Black-Market Gold. Here’s Why.
In a sophisticated laundering scheme, traffickers fly the eggs to Europe, incubate them, and pass the live birds off as captive-bred.
Former Pet Parrots Breeding And Thriving In 23 U.S. States loading...
Former Pet Parrots Breeding And Thriving In 23 U.S. States
The monk parakeet is one of 25 tropical parrot species that have gone from pet to wild animal across 23 U.S. states.
How these spiders use bubbles to live underwater loading...
How these spiders use bubbles to live underwater
From boosting hunting success to breathing underwater, many animals have evolved uses for bubbles.
Grizzly bears saved this veteran's life. Now, he's returning the favour loading...
Grizzly bears saved this veteran's life. Now, he's returning the favour
Author Doug Peacock spent years in the wild with grizzly bears. Here's how the bears saved him, how to handle bear charges, and more wisdom.
Shipwrecks may help tropical fish adapt to climate change loading...
Shipwrecks may help tropical fish adapt to climate change
As warming waters destroy reef habitats, sunken remains can provide refuge for marine life.
More than 100 neglected lions found in a South African breeding facility loading...
More than 100 neglected lions found in a South African breeding facility
The diseased animals were being raised, surprisingly, by a member of an organisation that espouses responsible lion care.
Watch live: A Canada goose is nesting at National Geographic headquarters loading...
Watch live: A Canada goose is nesting at National Geographic headquarters
A Canada goose pair has laid eggs in National Geographic’s courtyard. Hatching is imminent.
These fishermen-helping dolphins have their own culture loading...
These fishermen-helping dolphins have their own culture
Bottlenose dolphins in Brazil that work alongside fishermen to catch mullet stick together even when it's not mealtime, a new study says.
Cambodia's endangered river dolphins at highest population in 20 years loading...
Cambodia's endangered river dolphins at highest population in 20 years
Once believed to number in the thousands, the dolphins of the Mekong River were devastated by war, hunting, and indiscriminate net fishing.
These rare wolves are unique species. Here’s why that matters. loading...
These rare wolves are unique species. Here’s why that matters.
Mexican grey wolves and red wolves are taxonomically unique, a federal report says, and require protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Ninja rat kicks snake in midair in amazing slo-mo video loading...
Ninja rat kicks snake in midair in amazing slo-mo video
The rodents are 30 milliseconds faster than a rattlesnake's strike—and most live to see another day.
Giant water bugs eat turtles, ducklings, and even snakes loading...
Giant water bugs eat turtles, ducklings, and even snakes
A fearless aquatic predator emerges from a new study compiling decades of research.
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