During their evolution from wolves to domesticated pet—which occurred between 11,000 and 16,000 years ago—dogs have learned to read facial expressions, communicate jealousy, display empathy, and even watch TV.
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Dogs Are Even More Like Us Than We Thought

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Life is rough for Humboldt penguins.
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The eaten snake, which was on the cusp of disappearing into its predator’s mouth, seems to have made it out alive.
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From Croatia to Kentucky, these treks cover it all. Start planning your next adventure.
From Croatia to Kentucky these treks cover it all Start planning your next adventure

15 Iconic Adventures Worth the Effort

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When you weigh 200 tons, even the smallest body movements require a lot of energy. That's why blue whales, Earth's largest animal, are picky eaters.
When you weigh 200 tons even the smallest body movements require a

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See two male cuttlefish viciously fight over a mate in this first-of-its-kind footage captured in the Aegean Sea off Turkey.
See two male cuttlefish viciously fight over a mate in this firstofitskind

Ferocious Fight: Male Cuttlefish Battle Over Mate

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Elephant in th bush! Join us on a daily live safari as we go in search of wild animals in the African wilderness. Post your questions to our expert guides in the comments section below.
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The Nasca lines—subject of mystery for over 80 years—crisscross Peru's desert, forming simple geometric designs and distinct shapes: a hummingbird, a spider, a monkey. How were they formed?
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Nasca Lines: A Peruvian Mystery

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Listen: The grasshopper mouse howls at night—like a wolf.
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Seventy years later, Nazi bunkers are still scattered along the coasts of Norway and France. For Memorial Day, peruse through photos of the haunting relics.
Seventy years later Nazi bunkers are still scattered along the coasts of

11 Otherworldly Pictures of Abandoned WWII Bunkers

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Titan triggerfish aggressively defend their nests from raiding fish, eels—and passing divers.
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Who would win a battle between two of the ocean's most venomous creatures: a sea snake or a stonefish?
Who would win a battle between two of the oceans most venomous

What Happens When Two of Ocean's Most Venomous Creatures Fight

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For a spider, choosing the wrong mate is deadly.
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Though little is known about narwhals, new footage offers insight into how they use their tusks.
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Watch: Mystery Behind Narwhals' Iconic Tusks Revealed

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Soak in cinematic vistas, heart-pounding ski descents, surfing scenes, and more.
Soak in cinematic vistas heartpounding ski descents surfing scenes and more

21 Spectacular Photos of New Zealand Adventures

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In their first expedition to one of the most active underwater volcanoes, scientists dropped an underwater camera—and received the surprise of their lives. But how do they explore the volcano while it's erupting?
In their first expedition to one of the most active underwater volcanoes

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Wild dogs with a kill! Join us on a daily live safari as we go in search of wild animals in the African wilderness. Post your questions to our expert guides in the comments section below.
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This mantis looks like an orchid—but is actually an insect-eating predator. Watch how it lures its prey.
This mantis looks like an orchidbut is actually an insecteating predator Watch

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After 18 hours of feasting, researchers said the great white shark "was swimming around upside-down aimlessly like she was intoxicated."
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