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Reporting our world daily: original nature and science news from National Geographic.
Some Monkeys Have Blue Testicles?Here's Why
Several African primates?like vervets and mandrills?sport vibrant colors for a very specific reason.
New Smithsonian Museum Confronts Race 'to Make America Better'
National Park Service Faces Sex Harassment Scandal
After employees allege years of offensive behavior at major parks, official calls it a "wake-up call" for the agency to act.
Australia Is Drifting So Fast GPS Can't Keep Up
A significant correction must be made by the end of the year for navigation technology to keep working smoothly.
Devil Frog Vomits Up a New Ant Species
Sometimes scientists make discoveries in the strangest of places. Like the belly of a poison frog.
How the African American Museum Snagged Washington?s Best Real Estate
See the Native Americans on the Front Lines of a Historic Protest
Watch a Daring Mission to Rescue Rare Tree Frogs
A conservation project in Honduras battles invasive fungus disease and illegal logging.
Keys to Our Early Ancestry Provide Plenty More to Unlock
David Lordkipanidze's finds ultimately upended prior theory on human's early ancestors.
Map Shows Every River That Flows to the Mighty Mississippi
Pictures Capture the Bond Between Politicians and Their Dogs
These 7 Obscure Animals May Get More Protection From Humans
The future of these little-known species may depend on decisions made in South Africa in a couple of weeks.
Here's What Was in the First Issue of 'National Geographic' Magazine
How We'll Tackle Diseases That Are Becoming Untreatable
Arsenic Pills and Lead Foundation: The History of Toxic Makeup
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