Why This Young Hawk Thinks It’s an Eagle

Hawk Raised by Eagles Is Starting to Act Like One Courtesy SassePhoto “Every day I said ‘I wouldn’t count on him being there tomorrow!’ But it’s been six weeks and he’s still adapting,” said David Hancock, an eagle biologist who started the Hancock Wildlife Foundation. Since early June, Hancock has been monitoring a red-tailed hawklet that seems to be, despite ...

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Historic Shipwreck Transformed Into Thriving Marine Refuge

See Life Thriving Inside a Century-Old Shipwreck July 26, 2017 – See a historic shipwreck that’s been transformed into a thriving marine refuge. The SS Cuba sank to the bottom of the ocean near San Miguel Island, southwest of Santa Barbara, California, in September 1923. All of the crew and passengers survived. The wreck is now inside the Channel Islands ...

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Wild Rabbits Ride Sheep to Escape Floods

View Images Photograph by Ferg Horne, AP To escape rising floodwaters in New Zealand, three wild rabbits took the comfortable route to higher land—casually riding on the backs of sheep. Ferg Horne, a 64-year-old farmer who lives on New Zealand’s South Island, captured the July 22 event on his phone, according to the Associated Press. You Might Also Like While ...

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Rare Megamouth Shark Captured on Video

Extremely Rare Megamouth Shark Filmed When scientists first discovered the megamouth shark in 1976 off the coast of Hawaii, it struck them as so bizarre that, to classify it, they created an entirely new genus and family. Today, little is still known about the shark save for the fact that it has a large gaping mouth, which is indeed, very ...

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Watch a Rat Escape a Snake Attack—In 100 Milliseconds

Watch a Kangaroo Rat Jump-Kick a Snake to Escape Tiny kangaroo rats must navigate the California desert at night, when coiled serpents lie in wait for a meal. But they’re not completely helpless: The acrobatic rodents have evolved high-flying techniques to avoid venomous sidewinder snakes, a new study says. Desert kangaroo rats employ wildly erratic jumps, kicks to the head, ...

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Videos Reveal the Power of Dams—and Dam Removal

Remove the Dams to Save the Salmon? This short film from the producers of DamNation is brought to you by National Geographic’s Short Film Showcase, which spotlights exceptional short videos created by filmmakers from around the web and selected by National Geographic editors. The filmmakers created the content presented, and the opinions expressed are their own. Towering walls of ambition, ...

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Devastating Wildfire Can Be Seen From Space

See Animations of California Wildfires from Space In California, summer is wildfire season, and this year has been no exception. So far the state has seen record high temperatures and numerous large brush fires. And now, thanks to developing technology, fire department officials are able to see a fire’s movements from space. One of the largest recent fires in California ...

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10 Reasons Getting Sick In The Summer Is The Absolute Worst

The injustice!!! Having a cold is never fun. In fact, even though colds are relatively tame compared to other illnesses, they can feel like the bane of your goddamn existence. NBC If you’re not currently like, YES, ABSOLUTELY, then I’m guessing you’ve never had a cold in the summer, so let’s begin. First, the mental fuckery of having a cold ...

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Women Say A Popular New Device To “Get Rid Of Cellulite” Left Them Injured

Ashley Black Guru / Via youtube.com A twist on an old cellulite-busting product based on flimsy science has found new life through Facebook ads targeting women. The FasciaBlaster, a plastic stick with four octopus-like massage claws, is a viral hit. It’s received attention from the likes of the Today show and Extra, and gained more than 290,000 followers on Facebook. ...

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Can You Make A Meal At Chipotle Without Eating A Ridiculous Amount of Salt?

You shouldn’t be eating more than a teaspoon of salt per day, according to the American Heart Association. Turns out most of us are eating a lot of salt. Like a lot a lot. And it’s mostly not coming from the salt shaker. According to the American Heart Association , the average American consumes about 3,400 milligrams of sodium every ...

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