NATURE News

Behind the Camera of Hippos: Africa's River Giants

Hippos are notorious for their aggressive behavior, killing about 500 people every year across Africa. Few filmmakers have attempted to capture their lives in detail, but director Brad Bestelink was determined to take up the challenge.

JAN. 16, 2020

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Dive into the Mysteries Surrounding Whales

How long do humpback whales live? Why do they sing?

JAN. 8, 2020

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Groundhogs 101

Learn the truth behind Punxsutawney Phil’s seasonal predictions 

JAN. 29, 2020

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How Animals Cope with Harsh Climates

From hurricanes to wildfires to subzero conditions, these animals have found a way to adapt to harsh climates.

FEB. 7, 2020

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How Fires Help Florida

A conversation with Fire Management Expert David Printiss.

FEB. 11, 2020

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Lightning Bugs: At Risk of Extinction?

Yet another insect is making headlines as its numbers dwindle and twirl towards extinction.

FEB. 7, 2020

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Scientists Discover First-Known Non-Oxygen Breathing Animal

Researchers have discovered an unusual species of parasite in the muscle of salmon.

FEB. 27, 2020

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Why Do Weasels Have a Bad Reputation?

Are weasels worthy of their bad reputation?

FEB. 19, 2020

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Wolves 101

Are fairytale's wolves really so villainous?

FEB. 26, 2020

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