War in Syria: Stories of Survival and Hope

War in Syria: Stories of Survival and Hope A reporter follows a group of Syrians from all sides of the war—fighters, students, children—and their struggles to survive the conflict. Source: National Geographic A reporter follows a group of Syrians from all sides of the war—fighters, students, children—and their struggles to survive the conflict. War in Syria: Stories of Survival and Hope

Last Male Northern White Rhino Sudan Remembered in Ceremony

Last Male Northern White Rhino Sudan Remembered in Ceremony On Saturday, Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy held a memorial service for the famous animal, complete with his favorite food—carrots. Source: National Geographic On Saturday, Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy held a memorial service for the famous animal, complete with his favorite food—carrots. Last Male Northern White Rhino Sudan Remembered in Ceremony

13,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Found—Oldest Yet From North America

13,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Found—Oldest Yet From North America Leading theories support the idea that prehistoric Americans first populated Alaska and may have migrated south along the coast. Source: National Geographic Leading theories support the idea that prehistoric Americans first populated Alaska and may have migrated south along the coast. 13,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Found—Oldest Yet From North America

Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect the Great Barrier Reef

Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect the Great Barrier Reef By blocking some of the sunlight hitting the reefs, conservationists hope to dial down the rapid decline of coral. Source: National Geographic By blocking some of the sunlight hitting the reefs, conservationists hope to dial down the rapid decline of coral. Floating Sunscreen-Like Film Could Protect the Great Barrier Reef