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This Dance Is Taken: Hundreds of Male Frog Species Found To Change Colors During Mating Season
This Dance Is Taken: Hundreds of Male Frog Species Found To Change Colors During Mating Season
9/20/2017 4:25:28 PM
Some of nature’s most vibrant colors occur in frogs, who peek out from rainforests and marshes in startling shades of blue, yellow and red. But for hundreds of species, only males flaunt flashy colors—and sometimes only for a few hours, days or weeks each year.
FedEx, Direct Relief, Heart to Heart Int’l, Miami HEAT and Golden State Warriors Team Up For Hurricane Irma Critical Relief
FedEx, Direct Relief, Heart to Heart Int’l, Miami HEAT and Golden State Warriors Team Up For Hurricane Irma Critical Relief
9/18/2017 1:08:03 PM
More than $11 million worth of critical aid is in the hands of relief workers in Florida and more than 150 dogs and cats are in a no-kill shelter in San Francisco thanks to FedEx, Direct Relief, Heart to Heart International, the Miami HEAT and the Golden State Warriors.  FedEx Corp.
“Monsters Inside Me” Returns to Animal Planet For A New Fear Inducing Season Featuring All New Invaders
“Monsters Inside Me” Returns to Animal Planet For A New Fear Inducing Season Featuring All New Invaders
9/18/2017 12:53:03 PM
Not all monsters lurk in the shadows. Some of the most horrifying and destructive monsters are microscopic in size and breach our immune systems to wreak havoc on our bodies.
Smithsonian Scientists Publish First Book on the Genetic Management of Fragmented Species Populations
Smithsonian Scientists Publish First Book on the Genetic Management of Fragmented Species Populations
9/15/2017 10:27:12 AM
The groundbreaking new book “Genetic Management of Fragmented Animal and Plant Populations,” published Sept. 13 by  Oxford University Press, addresses one of today’s greatest conservation challenges.
National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey Officially Opens October 6, 2017
National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey Officially Opens October 6, 2017
9/14/2017 7:48:28 AM
  National Geographic Encounter  will open to the public in Times Square on Friday, October 6, 2017, with Ocean Odyssey, a first-in-kind immersive entertainment experience that transports audiences on a breathtaking undersea journey from the South Pacific across the ocean to the west coast of North America.
New Model of Climate-Change Effects on Coffee Availability and Bee Pollinators
New Model of Climate-Change Effects on Coffee Availability and Bee Pollinators
9/12/2017 10:11:34 AM
Areas in Latin America suitable for growing coffee face predicted declines of 73-88 percent by 2050. However, diversity in bee species may save the day, even if many species in cool highland regions are lost as the climate warms.
Rare bird sighting at our Maungaturoto site
Rare bird sighting at our Maungaturoto site
9/8/2017 10:26:20 AM
The Australasian Bittern, or Matuku as they are known, is a large, heron sized bird. They are rarely sighted because of their secretive behaviour and camouflage technique and are usually most active at dawn, dusk and through the night.
Cleanliness Is Next to Sexiness for Golden-collared Manakins in Panama
Cleanliness Is Next to Sexiness for Golden-collared Manakins in Panama
9/4/2017 7:00:45 PM
Few of us would find a marriage proposal made amidst dirty dishes and messy clutter particularly romantic, but we are not the only creatures who realize that cleaning up your act may improve your chances of attracting a mate.
City Couple Encounters Unlikely Adventure at the Farm
City Couple Encounters Unlikely Adventure at the Farm
9/4/2017 7:00:00 AM
Inspired by her fondness for animal companionship, the daily exciting encounters in her homeland in New Hampshire, and her love of storytelling, Sally Parker Frizzell writes an imaginative mystery-adventure tale, The Amazing Adventures of the Kettlepans and Their Animal Friends.
First Ever Screaming Hairy Armadillo Pups Born at Smithsonian’s National Zoo
First Ever Screaming Hairy Armadillo Pups Born at Smithsonian’s National Zoo
8/31/2017 10:44:23 AM
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo welcomed two screaming hairy armadillo pups Aug. 11. The pups are the first ever born at the Zoo. They are still spending all of their time in their nest, and their eyes have not opened yet, but the bony plates that cover their bodies like armor are already visible with very fine hairs.
381 new species discovered in the Amazon
381 new species discovered in the Amazon
8/31/2017 10:22:15 AM
• New report reveals that, between 2014-2015, a new plant or animal species was discovered in the Amazon every 2 days - the fastest rate this century; • New species include a fire-tailed titi monkey, honeycomb patterned stingray, pink river dolphin, a yellow-moustached lizard and a bird named after former US president Barack Obama; • WWF is calling for urgent …
Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes Rare in Undisturbed Tropical Forests
Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes Rare in Undisturbed Tropical Forests
8/24/2017 9:12:57 AM
A new study by scientists from the Smithsonian, the Panamanian government and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, among other international institutions, concludes that conserving old-growth tropical rainforest is “highly recommended” to prevent new outbreaks of viral and parasitic mosquito-borne diseases.
Nepal leads the way in snow leopard conservation at global summit
Nepal leads the way in snow leopard conservation at global summit
8/24/2017 8:25:10 AM
Nepal has made conservation history by becoming the first country to launch its climate-smart snow leopard landscape management plan, leading the way in safeguarding the species and its habitat.
Global leaders head critical summit to save the snow leopard and its habitat, on which hundreds of millions depend
Global leaders head critical summit to save the snow leopard and its habitat, on which hundreds of millions depend
8/23/2017 11:12:22 AM
World leaders will begin critical talks over the future of the snow leopard and its habitat; the headwaters for rivers on which hundreds of millions directly depend as a source of freshwater.

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