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Secrets of Survival | Primates

Primate Quiz: Which Primate Are You?

Between gorillas, lemurs, orangutans and Japanese macaques, which primate do you most closely identify with? Take our short, multiple choice quiz after you watch Nature's three-part mini series, Primates. 

Animal Crossing: New Horizons | Butterfly Guide

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, developed for Nintendo Switch, has topped download charts since its release in March of 2020. The game, which allows users to cultivate their own uninhabited island among a plethora of anthropomorphic villagers, also encourages players to dig for fossils, hunt for ...

3 Facts About Love in NATURE

This summer, we've been racking up plenty of facts about love in nature - from parenting to mating. As our Summer of Love is rapidly coming to a close, here are three more bonus facts to know and share...

Animal Parenting Facts
4 Facts about Animal Parenting

When it comes to animal parenting, different species have very different methods of raising their young as well as varying degrees of devotion. Some are in it for the long haul, while others are merely around to ensure their offspring survive the first few moments ...

Manakin Mating
4 Facts About Animal Mating

Love in the animal kingdom can come with some interesting twists and turns. From kamikaze mating honeybees, to post-coitus cannibal spiders, mating isn't always pleasant. On the other hand, some of the ways different species have developed courting techniques and optimal breeding success is nothing ...

Pangolin Facts

The World's Most Wanted Animal

5 Pangolin Facts to Know and Share

Meet the pangolin. The world’s only scaly mammal, pangolins are now trafficked at a higher rate than rhinos, elephants and tigers combined, primarily for medicinal use in China, Thailand and Vietnam. Very little is known about even their most basic biology, and this lack of ...

Interview with EARTHFLIGHT Filmmaker John Downer

Independent producer John Downer, who started his professional life with the world-renowned BBC Natural History Unit, pioneered many of the spectacular techniques now commonplace in wildlife filmmaking. Recently, he answered questions about the six-part mini-series, EARTHFLIGHT, which begins September 4, 2013 at 8 p.m. (ET) ...


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