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nezaradene-en Archive

13 júla 2019

Surfing waves in Teahupo’o, Tahiti

"The reef is so sharp and alive," says photographer Brent Bielmann. "Trying to get in the perfect spot to be in the barrel with the surfer and not get sucked over with the wave at the same
13 júla 2019

Masai giraffes declared endangered

“They’ve sort of slipped away, sadly, while more attention has been given to elephant, rhino, lion, and other species.” (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
13 júla 2019

See our 50 favorite photos from Apollo 11

See the excitement the space mission stirred at home and abroad in our gallery of archival images celebrating its 50th anniversary. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
13 júla 2019

Alien moon likely seen forming in first-of-its-kind picture

In a possible first, a giant, faraway planet may have been caught in the act of growing moons. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
12 júla 2019

Up Close With Lions

A robotic camera captures the most intimate moments between a group of lionesses and their cubs. Don't miss Born in Africa: The Circle of Life, tonight at 9/8c on Nat Geo Wild! (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
12 júla 2019

Pet pigs can communicate with humans—especially when food is involved

Pigs and dogs share a lot in common—they’re both intelligent, friendly animals. But little research has been done on how domesticated pigs interact with people. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
11 júla 2019

He spent his career studying a frog. Then he discovered its true identity.

Sylvia’s leaf frog had been mislabeled for over 90 years—until Andrew Gray figured out it was a species all its own. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)
11 júla 2019

Wolf Pack and Polar Bear Face Off | Wild_Life: The Big Freeze

Working together as a family, a pack of grey wolves could take on the Arctic’s top predator—the polar bear. Join wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory as he follows this elusive pack across the Canadian Arctic. https://on.natgeo.com/2G5WXSM (Feed generat...
11 júla 2019

Rare fossil in a fossil reveals a dinosaur’s surprising last meal

Like some predatory birds today, Microraptor had a taste for swallowing lizards whole and head-first.The discovery not only uncovers a new species of ancient lizard, it shakes up our understanding of the food web 140 million years
11 júla 2019

6 recent deaths push rare whales closer to extinction

Since 2010, the population of North Atlantic right whales has been declining faster than they can reproduce. (Feed generated with FetchRSS)