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nezaradene-en Archive

5 sep 2018

Timeline Photos

A young snow monkey walks out of the forest in the early morning—a moment frozen in time by photographer Shinichi M. https://on.natgeo.com/2oDsJxs (RSS generated with FetchRss)
5 sep 2018

Grief and Anger Mingle After Devastating Brazil Museum Fire

There's hope for some of the artifacts, particularly in the archaeology and paleontology collections that may have been stored in metal, but most of the collection is likely lost. From rare fossils to audio recordings from indigenous
4 sep 2018

Experts explain how the slaughter could have happened in a place like Botswana.

Once considered the last refuge for elephants, Botswana is home to more than 130,000 elephants. The discovery of these carcasses could indicate a growing infiltration of organized poaching teams into the country. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
4 sep 2018

See Wild Dogs and Hyenas Face Off Over a Kill

Both apex predators on the African landscape, wild dogs and hyenas can coexist peacefully—if there's enough to eat. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
4 sep 2018

Baby Giant Mekong Catfish are Hard to Find

Decades of overharvesting the striped catfish may have caused it to plummet in some areas by as much as 99 percent. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
4 sep 2018

Leopard and Buffalo ‘Kiss’ In Rare Moment Caught on Film

Cornered by buffalo, the leopard dashed into a tree—and shared an unusual moment with one of the herd. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
3 sep 2018

The Mealworm—Nature’s Plastic Recycler

Could mealworms put a dent in our planet's plastic pollution problem? (RSS generated with FetchRss)
3 sep 2018

Fact or Fiction: Can You Really Sweat Out Toxins?

Relaxation activities like infrared saunas and hot yoga are touted as ways to stay healthy by flushing out toxins, but is that even possible? (RSS generated with FetchRss)
3 sep 2018

Elusive Deep-Sea Anglerfish Filmed Mating

A male anglerfish latched onto the body of a female, fusing his tissues and circulatory systems with hers, turning himself into a "sexual parasite." (RSS generated with FetchRss)
3 sep 2018

Fire Devastates Brazil’s Oldest Science Museum

Irreplaceable fossils, Egyptian artifacts, and invertebrate specimens are thought destroyed by the blaze, a loss the Brazilian president is lamenting as "incalculable to Brazil." (RSS generated with FetchRss)