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Tag: National Geographic

The Parting Shot for April 5, 2012

An adolescent female bonobo at Lola Ya Bonobo Sanctuary spent hours playing with a toad, cradling it and carrying the toad around like an infant. Photo credit: Emilie Genty, National […]

Fish That Walk

The mudskipper. A fish that has fins which have evolved so that they are able to use them as arms in order to travel across land. Plus some other incredible […]

Creepy Cockroach Courtship

Ewwwww…. I am still making a “scrunchy” face and shuddering over watching this three-minute documentary from National Geographic on cockroaches and their mating ritual. However, it was something I did […]

The Karni Mata: The Rat Temple of India

Yes, that’s right. A temple full of rats, numbers estimated anywhere between 15,000 to 20,000. It may sound like a nightmare from the New York City subway to some, but […]