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In this short video, National Geographic's "Crittercam" team attaches a camera to the shell of a giant river turtle in Brazil, then researchers narrate the video from a turtle's-eye view.

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Remarkably, the warblers' evacuation commenced while the closest tornado was still hundreds of miles away. Weather conditions in the nesting area were still nothing out of the ordinary. Distant rumble The most likely tip-off was the deep rumble t

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Black bears are mostly averse to confrontation with humans, and attacks are rare. Between 1900 and 2009, only 63 people were killed by non-captive black bears in North America, according to an analysis in the Journal of Wildlife Management. Dur

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Over the past 100 years, coyotes have, quite literally, been taking over America. They are native to the continent, and for most of their existence these rangy, yellow-eyed canids were largely restricted to the Great Plains and western deserts where

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PETA is a much better at being a tax-shelter than an animal shelter. Right on the front page of their website, they boldly include a credit card payment page, guiltlessly begging for donations. While at the same time, the self-proclaimed animal a

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In 1972, while Goodall was studying a community of common chimpanzees Pan troglodytes in Tanzania's Gombe National Park, its matriarch, an elderly female called Flo, died. Flo had been in the company of her 8?-year-old son, Flint, who, unlike most a

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