A Camera Filmed a Tree for a Year—Here’s What It Saw | National Geographic

A camera set up in National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, Italy, filmed a tree for 365 days. A myriad of animals visited the spot including bears, deer, wild boar, wolves, and badgers.
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Click here to read “This Year-Long Video of a Tree Is Surprisingly Action-Packed.”
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Watch a Male Tarantula Risk Death for Sex | National Geographic

Death and getting stabbed in the face are risks this male tarantula must brave to mate.
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Courtship between two giant baboon tarantulas comes with the risk of injury and death for the male. This rare video begins with the male shaking his legs, a sign that the tarantulas are preparing to mate. Then, the male approaches cautiously, since many females spiders will eat their partner. The female also could potentially bite into the male’s face during mating, which goes to show that tarantula sex can be risky business.

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The Illegal and Secretive World of Chameleon Ranching | National Geographic

See why people risk danger to find chameleons in the wild in a place you wouldn’t expect.
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Secret populations of exotic chameleons have been popping up throughout south Florida. And while the state is home to more non-native reptiles than anywhere else in the world, what’s surprising about these charismatic lizards is how they are spreading.

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Pro Boxer Inspires Girls to Fight for Their Futures | National Geographic

Women and girls fear walking freely in the streets of Kariobangi, Kenya. Sarah Ndisi is a professional boxer fighting to change that.
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When Sarah decided to become a professional boxer her friends and family thought she was crazy. In Kenya, boxing was a sport reserved for men. Despite the naysayers, Sarah persevered and excelled. She has won three belts and is ready to claim more titles. Sarah is also empowering the next generation of Kenyan girls. She is a head coach with Boxgirls Kenya, an organization bringing self defense classes to girls in the local communities.

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Revealing the Face of a 1,600-Year-Old Mummy | National Geographic

See how science and technology helped reconstruct the face of the iconic Moche mummy, the Señora de Cao.
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Experts have recreated the face of a Peruvian noblewoman who lived and died around A.D. 400. Using the latest forensic technology, they scanned the mummified remains of the Señora of Cao, who belonged to the pre-Inca Moche culture. The grave of the Señora was discovered in 2005 at a site in El Brujo on the north coast of Peru. Since then, she has become a symbol of Peruvian womanhood and indigenous cultural identity.

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Watch: Impatient Elephant Disobeys Railway Rules | National Geographic

An impatient elephant breaks traffic laws to get to its destination.
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A determined young elephant breaks traffic laws to get to its destination. Video captured outside of an Indian wildlife sanctuary shows the pachyderm encountering two railway barriers that were lowered for an oncoming train. The elephant gently lifts one of the barriers and slips underneath. It then steps over the second barrier. The scene is a fascinating observation of the elephant’s problem-solving abilities, and its blatant disregard for traffic safety measures.

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