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NYU Skirball will host a National Geographic Society talk with photographer Paul Nicklen tonight, February 4th at 7:30pm. Tickets are $30 to $65. National Geographic Live offers audiences of all ages the chance to meet and be inspired by renowned ...Broadway World, 1 month ago NYU Skirball Hosts National Geographic Photographer Adweek Online, 1 month ago
Low-oxygen areas are expanding in deep waters, killing some creatures outright and changing how and where others live. It may get much worse. The diving patterns of Atlantic sailfish, like this one going after sardines in the Caribbean, and blue ...National Geographic, 1 week ago
The Pacific herring —an oily, silvery, schooling fish—is rarely high on the list of marine animals people fret about. But for the second straight year, the Canadian government has ignited a skirmish in British Columbia by moving to let ...Sightline Daily, 1 month ago
Pacific herring stocks are shadows of their former abundance. But the Canadian government wants to reopen fishing off British Columbia.
By Craig Welch Pacific herring in British Columbia, Canada, come near shore in massive schools every spring to spawn. Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Creative The Pacific herring an oily, silvery, schooling ...PEJ News, 1 month ago
These Snottites are a biofilm of single-celled extremophilic bacteria which hangs down from the walls and ceilings of Cueva de Villa Luz. They are imilar to small stalactites, but have the consistency of snot. Each drop on the end of the Snottite is ...National Geographic, 1 month ago
Imagine youre on a photoexcursionin Antarctica and you come face to face with a giant Leopard seal only to have it open it's powerful jaws and grab your camera and head between it's teeth. Sounds pretty scary considering the massive seal is one of ...Picture Correct, 1 month ago
Weird & Wild For Weird Animal Question of the Week, were sinking our teeth into two reader queries about animal choppers. First we have six-year-old Henry from Denver, Colorado, who asked: Since gorillas are herbivores, why do they have such ...National Geographic, 1 month ago
03:57 AM EST As long as the manatees keep warm and submerged in the springs, Three Sisters will remain closed. (Photo : Twitter Photo Section) Three Sisters Springs in Florida closed on Monday when more than 300 manatees took over, ...Hngn.com, 1 month ago
Wild Majesty Several days of drenching rain made this bald eagle in Alaska's Aleutian Islands more bedraggled than majestic. Photographer Klaus Nigge captured the image for this month's issue of National Geographic . ( Learn how Nigge got these ...National Geographic, 2 months ago
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