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The asteroids most likely to hit Earth

<b>(Getty/puchan)</b><p>These asteroids all have a small but real chance of hitting Earth in the next century<p>Keith A. Spencer<p>January 15, 2018 12:30am (UTC)<p>Like earthquakes and volcanoes, the most frightening thing about asteroid strikes is their inevitability. Our solar system formed from a planetary nebula …

Asteroids

Princeton Ballet Announces National Auditions For Summer Program

The Summer Intensive Program takes place in Princeton from June 25 through July 27.<p>PRINCETON, NJ — Princeton Ballet School, the official school of …

Calling all dancers & choreographers! Venice Biennale Dance Project 2018 - Beautiful Ballet Dance Magazine – Interviews, Podcasts, Reviews – The Wonderful World of Dance

La Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale), chaired by Paolo Baratta, announces the new edition of the Biennale College – Dance with the launch of the …

Dancing

Op-Ed: An Open Letter to New York City Ballet Dancers Supporting Peter Martins

Dear dancers of the New York City Ballet,<p>I realize that you are scared because the future of the New York City Ballet is uncertain; you don't know …

The Definitive Ranking of All of Dusty Button's Craziest Turning Videos

If you've ever scrolled through former Boston Ballet principal Dusty Button's Instagram, you've probably experienced the mixture of utter disbelief …

'Zombie' star won't die, even after exploding

<b>(CNN) —</b> It's the star that won't die, even though it has exploded and appeared to go down in a blaze of glory multiple times. This superlong supernova may be the first of its kind.<p>When they first observed supernova iPTF14hls in September 2014, astronomers at Las Cumbres Observatory in California …

Why Do Zebras Have Stripes? New Study Makes Temperature Connection

Zebras in warmer climates sport more stripes, perhaps to keep them cool or healthy.<p>A leopard may not be able to change its spots, but some zebras change their stripes. Zebras in warmer places have more stripes, a new study shows, which might help answer an age-old question: Why stripes?<p>The answer …

Zoology

Galapagos Popular Pit Stop for Pregnant Whale Sharks

Changing Planet<p>With 13 major islands and over 100 rocky islets, the Galapagos Islands are a dream destination for many adventurous travelers, but their popularity isn’t limited to the scuba diving crowd.<p>A new study co-authored by Turtle Island’s Conservation Science Director Alex Hearn reveals the …

Whale Sharks

5 Ways Regular People Are Tracking Wildlife With Personal Tech

Apps and websites encourage citizens to upload photos and videos of their natural encounters.<p>Whale sharks are generally thought of as denizens of the tropical waters of the Gulf of Mexico or the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. But in July 2014, a person in New Jersey saw a whale shark and reported …

Wildlife

Harvesting the Unlikely Fruits of Oil and Gas

Changing Planet<p>Photo by Caine Delacy / Image of Platform Eureka after her beams had been cleaned down to 65 feet of all fouling and invertebrates, Long Beach, CA / Instagram @c_delacy<p>I’m not sure what I expected when I rolled over the side of our boat to once again dive the long legs of Platform …

Santa Barbara

How Do Sea Turtles Find the Exact Beach Where They Were Born?

The marine reptiles use Earth's magnetic field as a guide back home, new study says.<p>For loggerhead sea turtles, home is where your (magnetic) heart is.<p>After hatching on beaches around the world, these huge marine reptiles undertake multiyear, epic migrations at sea. Then, the turtles return to the …

Zoology

As Oceans Heat Up, a Race to Save World's Coral Reefs

Will efforts to save corals be overwhelmed by the quickening pace of climate change?<p>MIAMI—Early one December morning, Chris Langdon, a biological oceanographer at the University of Miami, zipped up his wet suit and dropped overboard just off Key Largo to inspect a section of Florida's ailing coral …

Climate Change

Vote Now For Most Beautiful Parrot In Africa!

Changing Planet<p>Absolutely stunning! Our amazing Cape parrots take my breath away every time! Proud, vibrant, wild parrots! Please vote for the Cape parrot as South Africa’s favourite bird and help us raise the public profile of this little-known endemic species. Around 1,000 Cape parrots remain in …

Birds

Weathering Rain, Setting a Swamp on Fire

Changing Planet<p>After leaving the Everglades Headwaters, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition team spent the rest of the first week immersed in the Green Swamp Wilderness Preserve in Central Florida, a little known part of the state hiding within plain sight of Tampa’s and Orlando’s sprawling …

Birds

A Black Panther May Not Be What You Think

As the superhero of the same name sets box-office records, learn more about the misunderstood big cats.<p>As theatergoers around the world marvel at the new superhero movie <i>Black Panther</i>, we here at National Geographic wanted to share some facts about these real-life fascinating felines.<p>First things …

Wildlife

American's Bid to Take Home Rhino Head Stokes Hunting Debate

Hunters say their permits support conservation, but critics disagree.<p>Is an American hunter who's planning to shoot an endangered black rhino in Africa and who wants to bring its head home as a trophy helping to save the species?<p>It's a question the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is grappling with as …

Wildlife

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