The initial descent of the Rosetta mission’s comet lander Philae was captured in a 3D image and in sound by instruments aboard the spacecraft.
Global warming could fuel more lake effect snows like the one that buried Buffalo, at least for awhile. Continue reading â†’ —> Read More Here
The missing link of the horse world: Fossil find reveals ancient relative of horses and rhinos lived 54.5 million years ago in India
Johns Hopkins experts have uncovered a fossil from an ancient common ancestor of horses and rhinos. —> Read More Here
A British security expert ha warned that computers can be infected by the gadgets, many of which can be charged from a computer’s USB port. —> Read More Here
Arizona has become the first state to fully rollout the RapidHIT machine, and in August Richland County became the first force to use it to identify a subject in an attempted murder case. —> Read More Here
BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 21 (UPI) — A new mushroom species was recently discovered on the campus of the University of California Berkeley, the first in more than 30 years. —> Read More Here
Our solar system has a handful of bodies exhibiting some strange, highly elliptical orbits. Are they being pulled by a massive planet WAY out there beyond Neptune? Amy Shira Teitel examines what might be causing these objects to behave so oddly. —> Read More Here
Since the 1980s, National Geographic Explorers-in-Residence Dereck and Beverly Joubert have captured some of the most eye-opening and enlightening big cat footage in the world (see photos and get stories from throughout their career).
Ever watched something about the long standing rivalry between lions and hyenas? That was them.
Ever seen a water buffalo chase down lion cubs? Them again.
Do you feel that there’s one particular leopard you know better than the rest? Her name is Lagadema, and you have the Jouberts to thank for that one too.
Their dedication to recording and sharing the lives of Africa’s big cats is matched only by their dedication to protecting them. As co-founders of the National Geographic Big Cats Initiative, they’ve started one of the most successful and results-based conservation projects around.
Now, as part of Big Cat Week on Nat Geo Wild you can meet the Jouberts online. On December 3 at 1pm ET, join Dereck, Beverly, and other big cat experts for a live video chat via Google+ —> Read More Here
A 4000-year-old, bejeweled mummy is discovered below a temple in Luxor. Continue reading â†’ —> Read More Here
Washington state is home to more glaciers than any other state in the lower 48. And they’re receding faster than ever before. That’s a problem for the Pacific Northwest, where glaciers are crucial for drinking water, hydropower generation and salmon survival.