Safari Live – Day 7 | National Geographic

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us through the bush in search of lions, elephants, buffalo and more wild animals. Join the discussions on social with #safariLIVE!
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15 Things Airlines Don’t Want You To Find Out

What percentage of pilots have fallen asleep during their own flights? Is a non-refundable ticket REALLY non-refundable? Here are 15 things airlines probably don’t want you to know.
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Is Your Floor Made from Illegal Tropical Wood? | National Geographic

The Pacific Island nation of Papua New Guinea is home to the world’s third-largest rainforest, but a new report suggests that its government allows illegal exploitation of that resource. Some of that timber ends up in the flooring sold to the U.S.
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The components of a finished American home can take a long journey on the way to the building site. A new report by the watchdog organization Global Witness suggests that in at least some U.S. houses, the floor could be made made of tropical wood stolen from the other side of the world. A complex international chain involving Malaysian logging companies, the government of Papua New Guinea, Chinese manufacturers, and retailers in the U.S. may together be threatening the world’s third-largest rainforest. Papua New Guinea is home to both biological and human cultural diversity. Some of its indigenous peoples live off the land, depending upon forests for food, water, and shelter. Industrial logging, sometimes with no legal permit, lays waste to these resources. Because the wood is then shipped overseas for milling, and then shipped again for sale, it’s almost impossible for buyers to determine if tropical wood flooring imported from China was harvested sustainably, or illegally.

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See How Easily a Rat Can Wriggle Up Your Toilet | National Geographic

A rat’s ribs are hinged at the spine, enabling it to easily squeeze through the tightest spaces—like the pipes draining your toilet. And rats are great swimmers too; they can hold their breath for up to three minutes. See how quickly a rat can go from the city streets to your bathroom.
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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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