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nezaradene-en Archive

12 sep 2018

If you could solve one mystery about the universe, what would it be?

If you could solve one mystery about the universe, what would it be? (RSS generated with FetchRss)
12 sep 2018

Researchers Are Turning to Social Media to Track Immigrant Migration

More than 250 million people migrated away from their birth country in 2017. See where they're most—and least—likely to settle. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
12 sep 2018

360°: Tour a Glowworm Cave in New Zealand

Deep below ground, strange carnivorous worms twinkle like the night sky to attract prey. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
12 sep 2018

Forests Are the Forgotten Climate Solution, Experts Say

International environmental groups gathering this week will try to devise a plan to use trees to save the planet. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
12 sep 2018

25 Captivating Photos Take You Into Egypt

Egypt may be one of the world’s longest-loved tourist destinations, and these stunning shots make it easy to see why. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
11 sep 2018

Rescuers Release 20 Javan Slow Lorises Back Into The Wild

Slow lorises are widely kept as exotic pets—these 20 were surrendered by their owners and rehabilitated. Watch as they experience their first taste of freedom. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
11 sep 2018

Where to Swim With the Sea Creatures That Inspired Mermaids

The dugong, Malay for “lady of the sea,” is said to have inspired ancient mermaid legends. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
11 sep 2018

These Photos Prove How Wild Burning Man Really Is

Take a look back at some past awe-inspiring scenes from Burning Man. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
11 sep 2018

Timeline Photos

“This place lays down in the piedmont of the imposing Mount Erciyes," writes photographer F. Dilek Uyar, who captured this moment in Kayseri, Turkey. https://on.natgeo.com/2oUbJmF (RSS generated with FetchRss)
11 sep 2018

Can Animals Be Too Smart for Their Own Good?

Being clever enough to adapt to our human-centric world often lands animals with the label "pest." (RSS generated with FetchRss)