What Dramatic Orca Hunt Video Tells Us About Dolphin Intelligence

What Dramatic Orca Hunt Video Tells Us About Dolphin Intelligence Video from a National Geographic expedition to Antarctica shows killer whales working together to “wave wash” a crabeater seal off sea ice and into the water. Is that a sign of whale culture? Source: National Geographic Video from a National Geographic expedition to Antarctica shows killer whales working together to “wave wash” a crabeater seal off sea ice and into the water. Is that a sign… What Dramatic Orca Hunt Video Tells Us About Dolphin Intelligence

How Mobile is Moving Boundaries

How Mobile is Moving Boundaries What happens when we lose all perception of limitations and connect with our potential? We change our minds, ourselves, and our world. Source: National Geographic What happens when we lose all perception of limitations and connect with our potential? We change our minds, ourselves, and our world. How Mobile is Moving Boundaries

Face of 9,000-Year-Old Teenager Reconstructed

Face of 9,000-Year-Old Teenager Reconstructed The meticulous process, based on a skull from a Greek cave, reveals how our facial features have changed over the millennia. Source: National Geographic The meticulous process, based on a skull from a Greek cave, reveals how our facial features have changed over the millennia. Face of 9,000-Year-Old Teenager Reconstructed

A World Without Waste? Absolutely

A World Without Waste? Absolutely Investing in our planet: We’re working to bring people together to help us take back a bottle or can for every one we sell Source: National Geographic Investing in our planet: We’re working to bring people together to help us take back a bottle or can for every one we sell A World Without Waste? Absolutely

Frogs Tote Tiny Radios to Save Their Species

Frogs Tote Tiny Radios to Save Their Species Scientists recently released hundreds of harlequin frogs to learn more about a deadly fungus pushing the species to extinction. Source: National Geographic Scientists recently released hundreds of harlequin frogs to learn more about a deadly fungus pushing the species to extinction. Frogs Tote Tiny Radios to Save Their Species