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Into the Okavanago - Wilderness Facts

The Okavango delta is one of the last environmental resources that's still in pristine condition on Earth. #IntoTheOkavango
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Nat Geo Wild     09.12.2018

This impoverished region is a hub for the cheetah trade. Now it's fighting back.

Cheetahs are coveted as show pets in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and Somaliland is taking the initiative to end the trafficking of cheetah cubs.
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Nat Geo Wild     08.12.2018

How Do Flatfish Move?

Scientists have found that flatfish--like flounder--move similarly to millipedes, by bunching up their fins like a foot and "walk" across the seafloor.
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Nat Geo Wild     08.12.2018

Hunters target endangered pangolins in India

Pangolin scales have become so lucrative in India that some traditional hunting communities are now actively targeting the animals.
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Nat Geo Wild     07.12.2018

Spot the Sea Slug

Can you spot the sea slug hidden in this grape-like algae?
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Nat Geo Wild     07.12.2018

Hummingbird Battleground

A hummingbird needs to consume at least their body weight in nectar each day. High in the Talamanca Mountains of Costa Rica, the competition for food is fierce. NatGeo.com/Untamed
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Nat Geo Wild     07.12.2018

First wild Sumatran rhino captured in urgent bid to save species

Conservationists have been trying to trap the critically endangered rhino for months in order to bring her to a breeding center.
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Nat Geo Wild     06.12.2018

Into the Okavango - Protecting the Environment

The need to protect and preserve our environment is more important now than ever.
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Nat Geo Wild     06.12.2018

Can Fish Recognize Faces?

In a recent study, these archerfish have shown that they can recognize human faces--by squirting water at the correct image on the screen!
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Nat Geo Wild     06.12.2018

Not just mammals: Some spiders nurse their young with milk

Although lactation and nursing is more commonly associated with mammals, some other animals—like these jumping spiders—do the same thing
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