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nezaradene-en Archive

22 mar 2019

Hostile Planet – Coming April 1

Hostile Planet takes you to our planet's most extreme environments to get an up-close look at the animals that survive there. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
21 mar 2019

Spectacular new fossil bonanza captures explosion of early life

Animals from 518 million years ago were astoundingly preserved at this ancient riverbank site in China—and more than half of them are new to science. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
21 mar 2019

Prehistoric birds were born ready to run, fossil shows

As opposed to being born naked and helpless, these dinosaur-era birds might have hatched fully feathered and ready to fly. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
21 mar 2019

Timeline Photos

Your Shot photographer Egor Vlasov captured this image of the Tolbachik, a complex of volcanoes located in the far east of Russia. https://on.natgeo.com/2FiObjh (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
21 mar 2019

Healthy frogs can mysteriously reverse their sex

In amphibians like these frogs, sex is influenced by genetics and their environment, but it may be more complicated than we thought. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
21 mar 2019

An Elephant’s Role in the Ecosystem

Even after an elephant dies, it is enormously important to the ecosystem. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
20 mar 2019

Like magic, these habitats disappear and reappear each spring

On the vernal equinox—the first day of spring—we’re taking a closer look at the wildlife that thrives in these whimsical water bodies. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
20 mar 2019

See eerie pictures inside a Namibian ghost town

In the middle of a region known as “the forbidden zone,” dilapidated houses inundated with sand are the last remnants of a former diamond mining town. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
20 mar 2019

Timeline Photos

“Isn’t nature fantastic? You get towers of rock, layers of coloured rock, and even like here, waves of rock,” writes Your Shot photographer Hugh Benson. “Wave Rock in Western Australia was carved by the wind and is
20 mar 2019

In a first, fossil bird found with unlaid egg

The fossilized mother bird is now a paleontology milestone—and a newly described species. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)