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22 sep 2018

The Rhino Crisis today

It's World Rhino Day and we are LIVE with photographer Brent Stirton, who covered the poaching crisis and the on-going efforts to protect rhinos. Ask your questions below and read the article from the October 2016 issue
22 sep 2018

See Our Editor’s Favorite Photos of the Week

There's beauty in the things we might overlook every day. Don't forget to stop and soak it in. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
22 sep 2018

Baby Rhino Rescue

This baby rhino survived a gunshot wound from the same poachers that killed her mother. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
22 sep 2018

Clash Between Lions, Rhinos, and Elephants Has Surprise Ending

When the life of a calf is on the line, all bets are off. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
22 sep 2018

Timeline Photos

Conservation organizations have joined together to support the government of Indonesia’s national Sumatran rhino conservation breeding effort. Learn how you can help save the critically endangered species: https://on.natgeo.com/2xKnaBi (RSS generated...
21 sep 2018

Plastic Cigarette Wrapper Found Inside a Jellyfish

The legible label of a cigarette inside a jellyfish is a painful reminder that marine animals are navigating a minefield of plastic. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
21 sep 2018

Noble’s Embalming Jar Reveals Traces of 17th-Century Medicine

Researchers got an unexpected peek into a Medici Grand Duchess' final days—and the attempts to treat her many ills—while studying the famous family's embalmed remains. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
21 sep 2018

A 4,200-Year-Old Megadrought Is Causing a Lot of Drama

The Meghalayan Age is the newest sliver of the time scale, running from 4,200 years ago until present day. But debate is raging over what marks the beginning of the new time period. (RSS generated with
21 sep 2018

See How the Fall Equinox Is Celebrated Around the World

From the Druids in England to the Maya in Central America, people have been honoring the equinox for centuries. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
21 sep 2018

Záhada sochy v banskej štole

Záhada V roku 2016 som narazil na jeden blog popisujúc bane v Malých Karpatoch. Ako jaskyniara ma zaujíma všetko o podzemí.  Najviac som zostal prekvapený, keď som na jednej fotografií zbadal  z vody trčiacu hlavu Márie s Ježiškom.  Fotografia bo...