As Earth Day turns 48, we take a look back at the biggest milestones in environmental protection.
In the darkness of the oceans’ depth, fish have evolved a strategy to become nearly invisible to prey.
To woo a female, this bird flips up his cape, puffs out his chest, and shimmies his little feet.
National Geographic explorer Alexander Braczkowski spent six months following a pride of tree-climbing lions before they were poisoned.
Just thirty years ago, only a thousand of the bats remained—but after decades of work, the species is thriving.
The effort spotlights how vulnerable and fragile this species is in its early days.
A gem-studded meteorite that fell in Sudan offers clues about the protoplanets that likely existed in our solar system’s violent past.
The new community platform is designed to empower the next generation of global explorers.
China’s 2,000-year-old enthusiasm for keeping meticulous records is providing scientists with an unusual resource to track the dwindling primate numbers.
Follow along on their journey to capture this world first.