National Geographic Animals Videos
Why Elephants May Go Extinct in Your Lifetime
Nearly a hundred elephants are slaughtered each day, mostly for their ivory tusks. This killing...
Taxidermy Brought to Life in Amazing Photos
Robert Clark's taxidermy photos offer a remarkable look at preserved animals and shed light on...
Giant Ball of Squid Mucus Discovered by Divers
Scuba divers recently encountered a mass of clear goo containing millions of eggs, likely laid by...
POV: Why Are Leopard Seals Eating Fur Seal Pups?
Leopard seals attack fur seal pups and battle one another for food in this never before seen...
Human-Looking Faces On Animal Bodies: Taxidermy As Art
Brooklyn-based artist Kate Clark uses clay to sculpt human faces onto traditional taxidermy forms...
How Freaky, Prehistoric Fish Got Trapped in a Fence
After massive flooding in the Dallas, Texas, National Geographic explorer Andrés Ruzo discovered...
How Crazy Ants Carry Heavy Loads
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel have shown that when longhorn crazy...
Storks and Their Babies Make a Comeback in France
In the Alsace region of France during the 1960s, the stork and its own babies were nearly wiped...
Rocky Mountain Bugling Elk
The eerie sound echoing through Rocky Mountain National Park is the call of a bugling elk, which...
Bedbugs!
Don't doze off just yet. Maybe they should be called bed blood bugs — an army of these can attack...
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