nezaradene-en Archive

9 dec 2019

Here are our best photos of 2019

Curated from 106 photographers, 121 stories, and more than two million photographs, here are our best photos of the year. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
9 dec 2019

Without Bugs, We Might All Be Dead

There are 1.4 billion insects per person on this planet and we need almost every one of them. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
9 dec 2019

These African lodges lead the way in wildlife conservation

Here’s where to see majestic animals and help to preserve their habitat in Sierra Leone, Rwanda, and South Africa. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
9 dec 2019

Flowers can hear buzzing bees—and it makes their nectar sweeter

What if it wasn’t just animals that could sense sound—what if plants could, too? Sometimes hearing is not only for ears. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
8 dec 2019

The Wall of Frames

A patchwork of 141 oversized images that span more than a century showcase the full spectrum of life. As National Geographic’s most senior photo editor with nearly 40 years on staff, Kathy knows this wall better than
8 dec 2019

See our four favorite innovations this month

A lab the size and cost of a stamp, an environmentally-friendly glitter alternative, poacher-tracking dogs, and more. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
8 dec 2019

Why Humpback Whales Protect Other Animals From Killer Whales

It’s possible humpbacks are rescuing seals, sunfish, and other species by mistake, but there’s a chance they have altruistic motivations. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
8 dec 2019

Alexander the Great’s warrior mom wielded unprecedented power

Defying the ancient world's rules for women, Olympias charted her—and her son's—rise to power through wits, ambition, and might. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
8 dec 2019

„Wild ice skating“ is done—by experts—on black ice, which can be as thin as two inches (5.1 cm).

"Wild ice skating" is done—by experts—on black ice, which can be as thin as two inches (5.1 cm). (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
7 dec 2019

How to live with mega-fires? Portugal’s feral forests may hold the secret

The world's forests are getting drier and people are living closer to them, ushering in a dangerous new era—unless we can find a way to coexist with the flames. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)