These Plants Eat Salamanders | National GeographicNature
Pitcher plants like these are known to feast on insects like flies. However, at a bog in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada, scientists have found many pitcher plants with a more ambitious diet.
What If You Were Sent Back To The Ice Ages?Nature
What would happen if you traveled to the ice ages? Would you be able to survive the earth in it's dangerous icy state?
How to Sail on Sunlight | Because SpaceNature
Sails have been helping us travel across water for centuries, but could this same idea help us travel across space?
The Largest Insect Swarm | Because Science Live!Nature
The Largest Insect Swarm ever!
Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive | So ExpensiveNature
Pink Himalayan salt is used in speciality foods, spa treatments, and even home design.
Could We Survive Without the Sun? | Because SpaceNature
While gremlins, goblins, and Mr.Burns may think it sounds like a good idea, would a world without the Sun even be possible?
Lions Hunt Zebra | Savage KingdomNature
Lions hunt and kill a zebra, the pride eat together.
How To Survive The First Hour Of A Nuclear BlastNature
The situation has played out in TV and movies for years, but what should you really do if a nuke detonated near you?
Hummingbird in a Rain Storm | Hostile PlanetNature
In the cloud forest a booted racket-tail braves a rain storm to find enough food to survive.
Primitive Technology: Fired Clay BricksNature
Creating fired clay bricks from scratch.
The wild world of carnivorous plantsNature
Venus fly traps, bladderworts and sundews, oh my! Learn about carnivorous plants and their predatory antics to lure, trap and digest prey.
Under the Dark SkiesNature
National Geographic partnered with the International Dark-Sky Association to provide families with a true ‘dark sky’ observatory experience, free from the artificial light prevalent in city and suburban communities.
Amphibians Face Mass Extinction as Fungus Spreads Across the WorldNature
Results from a recent global survey of amphibians shows that chytrid fungus has threatened twice as many species than previously thought.
How to grow your own glacierNature
Explore the ancient methods of growing glaciers, the homemade bodies of ice used as water sources, and how they can be used to combat climate change.
Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?Nature
Take a look at the theories behind why earthquakes occur, what makes them so hard to predict and the warning system technologies we rely on today.
Climate Research Offers Coffee Farmers Hope For Their CropsNature
Guatemala's third largest export after raw sugar and bananas is coffee.
Why Can't We Get Power From Waves?Nature
Wave power hasn’t yet made a splash because it’s hard to use waves to spin turbines, and because the sea is a harsh place to build things.
Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hutNature
Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hut - Creating a grass thatch, mud hut from scratch.
You Are A FishNature
With our current understanding of evolutionary history and our strategy of cladistic naming, if we wanted to have both goldfish and sharks under a single group called "fish", then mammals must also be called fish.
A brief history of dogs - David Ian HoweNature
Trace the history of how wolves, one of humanity’s oldest rivals, evolved into the domesticated dogs we call “man’s best friend.”
100 Gallons of Spider Silk | Because Science FootnotesNature
Kyle discusses exactly how much spider silk Peter Parker would need to stop that train, responds to your comments, and more!