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Anna McDonnell Aerial Hoop

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National Geographic Society - National Geographic Society

<b>Investing in Groundbreakers and Changemakers:</b> Each year we give more than 450 grants to scientists, educators, and storytellers around the world.


Rain Forest Plants Race to Outrun Global Warming

Tropical plants are migrating due to climate change, but can they move fast enough?<p><b>From a 13,000-foot peak of the Andes Mountains in southern Peru, gazing east over the dense rain forests of the Amazon basin, all you see is undulating green—one of the most verdant places on the planet.</b><p>It's what you …

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Jerina Hintikka aerial ring

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Strange Forces - Ben Brown - Aerial Hoop & Bungee

Leigh Acosta Hoop Performance at Evolve Studio Summer Showcase

A Campaign To Save The World's Ugliest Endangered Animals

The pig-nosed frog deserves your love (and cash for conservation), too.<p>It's well-known that the more adorable and charismatic of the endangered animals get most of the funding. That doesn't mean the cute animals, like the iconic panda, aren't worth saving, but it leaves a lot of the less photogenic …

Japanese scientists create sperm bank of endangered animals ‘to colonise other planets’

A Japanese university and zoo are creating a sperm bank for endangered animals that could one day be used to bring extinct species back to life and even help to colonise other planets with Earth’s rarest creatures.<p>To date, scientists at Kyoto University’s Graduate School of Medicine and the city’s …

The truth stings: Still no answers for collapsing bee colonies

The honeybee die-off crisis is jeopardizing America’s food supply, yet we’re still no closer to solving the problem<p>In 2006, long before I worked at this magazine, <i>OnEarth</i> contributing editor Sharon Levy visited a farm in California’s Sierra foothills and let honeybees swarm all over her body. …

Borneo Orangutans Drop from the Trees: New Behavior in the Face of Deforestation

Orangutans are the king of swingers, travelling between branches with their long arms. Using large leaves as umbrellas and nesting in leafy branches …

Testicle-eating fish on the loose in Sweden prompts warning to keep trunks on

Swedish men have been warned to keep their swimming trunks on after a South American fish known for attacking testicles was found in the sea.<p>A …

Living Moss Carpet Adds a Touch of Green to Your Bathroom

There’s nothing like the feeling of fresh cut grass under the toes, especially when stepping out of the shower. This Moss Carpet by Nguyen La Chanh …

The Telegraph

Monkey Nation: Study Shows Mainland Africa's Most Important Nation for Primates

<i>First full inventory of primates for Tanzania confirms wealth of rare species and ranks species and sites for conservation attention</i><p>Newswise — NEW …


Everyone calm down, there is no “bee-pocalypse”

The media is abuzz once again with stories about dying bees. According to a new report from the USDA, scientists have been unable to pinpoint the cause of colony collapse disorder (CCD), the mysterious affliction causing honey bees to disappear from their hives. Possible factors include parasites, …


Conservation news - Environmental science and conservation news

by Riana Raymonde Randrianarisoa 16 March 2018<p>ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Two weeks ago, the bodies of 11 critically endangered lemurs were discovered …