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nezaradene-en Archive

16 mája 2019

Timeline Photos

At a zoo in Thailand, tiger cubs are taken from their mothers at birth, kept in small cages, and brought out for photo ops. Most tourists who enjoy encounters like these around the world don’t know that
16 mája 2019

How snow leopards thrive in their high-elevation habitats

Snow leopards have one of the thickest and longest tails of all big cats—which they use for balance and to wrap around their bodies like a blanket. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 mája 2019

Timeline Photos

"With everything, practice makes perfect," writes Your Shot photographer Taylor Albright, who captured this image of a brown bear attempting to snag a salmon atop Brooks Falls in Alaska. https://on.natgeo.com/2Ho8LB4 (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 mája 2019

Tortoises rule on this isolated island

Once eaten to the brink of extinction, giant tortoises rule an ecosystem largely untouched by humans on Aldabra Atoll. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
16 mája 2019

Rock climbing will be a 2020 Olympic sport. Here’s what to expect.

The Tokyo Olympics are bound to bring increased attention to competition climbing, but some athletes are concerned about how the format will change the sport. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 mája 2019

The dark truth behind wildlife tourism

Hands-on experiences with exotic animals are thriving—boosted by social media—but behind the scenes these animals often lead miserable lives. #NatGeoWildlifeTourism (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 mája 2019

Timeline Photos

Chances are you've seen photos of people bathing elephants or snuggling with a tiger cub on social media. But too often, these experiences with exotic animals rely on abusive training or treatment. In this photo, an injured
15 mája 2019

How 3D Printing Helped Mr. Stubbs, The Tailless Alligator

While being illegally transported by a group of animal-traffickers, Mr. Stubbs—an American alligator—lost his tail. After five years and several prosthetic tails, he finally received a new one that fit. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 mája 2019

Life for this Bavarian princess was no fairy tale

Married at 16 to the emperor of Austria, Elisabeth—nicknamed Sisi—was a reluctant empress on a lifelong search for a larger purpose. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
15 mája 2019

In Germany, industrial sites are now artful enclaves

Former mines in Germany have creatively transformed into cultural hot spots, while honoring the region's past. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)