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NatGeo News Watch · 8h ago

Unique Encounters at the Charles Darwin Research Station in Galapagos

A visit to the Charles Darwin Research Station on the Island of Santa Cruz in the Galapago...
NatGeo News Watch · 1d ago

National Geographic Photo Ark Spotlight: Golden Snub-nosed Monkey

Assessed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Golden snub-nosed m...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Marching For (Cat) Science

I grew up catching animals of all sorts. I kept buckets full of jumping spiders, turtles a...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Protecting Our Waterways from Plastic Pollution Starts with Your Straw

“Only within the moment of time . . . has one species — man — acquired significant power to alter the nature of the world.” Rachel Carson’s poignant words spurred the environmental movement of the 1960’s. When her book, Silent Spring, was published s...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Where There’s a Bear, There’s a Big Cat

By Liu Mingyu, PhD Student, Peking University One morning last July, I woke just outside t...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Nature Is Making a Comeback. It’s Time to Celebrate.

Legendary conservation biologist Tom Lovejoy shares his thoughts on the progress we've mad...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

This boat shows the way to a clean energy future

The Race for Water, a revolutionary vessel entirely propelled by a mix of clean energies h...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #84

Yet another week of 2017 has flown by and with that comes our Friday treat – The Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #84! Thank you to all the bird lovers and photographers across the globe who have contributed so wonderfully to this movement. Y...
NatGeo News Watch · 3d ago

Sciencetelling Bootcamp: Communicating Science Through Photography

Natural history photographer Anand Varma led today's photography workshop at the National Geographic Sciencetelling Bootcamp in the Galapagos. "My goal is to empower scientists and conserva...
NatGeo News Watch · 3d ago

EPA Administrator Says United States Should Exit Paris Agreement

In an interview last week, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator (EPA) Scott Pruitt said that the United States should “exit” the Paris Agreement—the first time such a high-rank...