When a jaguar pounces, sometimes one bite is all it takes to get a meal. National Geographic has exclusive video of a jaguar taking down a caiman in Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands, photos of which went viral earlier this month. Luke Dollar, a conservation scientist who helps manage National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative, explains the hunt and explosive moment of predation.
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This kiss is hot in every respect. The dip, the lava, the rain. This amazing shot shows photographer Dallas Nagata and her husband Ed White embracing in front of lava (she had her friend press the shutter and...
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The Smithsonian’s 3D Digitization Lab is not just making copies of artifacts. They’re making digital records of objects, including “millions of x-y-z coordinates” for study and future research.
Clouds are an interesting visual phenomena and can form some very weird shapes. Our tendency to see faces or images in random objects is called pareidolia.
Mica Angela Hendricks is an illustrator and graphic artist. She’s also the mother to an adorable 4-year-old girl, who like her mom, loves to draw. On her blog, the busy mockingbird, Hendricks explains how she had recently drawn a face in her sketchbook but had not yet completed the body.