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See a Great Migration for Yourself!

See a Great Migration for Yourself!

Wendy Redal November 19, 2010 1

If you've been watching National Geographic Channel's "Great Migrations" documentary, you're learning a lot about one of the most amazing phenomena in the natural realm. But there's nothing like being there to witness migrating

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Video: Bhutan’s Tigers Do Live High

Video: Bhutan’s Tigers Do Live High

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 11, 2010 5

It started with some anecdotal stories from villagers. Although tigers were known to live in the Himalayan foothills of Bhutan, no one believed that they resided any higher up the mountain—until some rumors from

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Dog and Dolphin Playdate

Dog and Dolphin Playdate

James Dziezynski October 19, 2010 0

Who can’t use a swim with a buddy once in a while? Amazing footage from Ireland!

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Video: Talk of the (Prairie Dog) Town

Video: Talk of the (Prairie Dog) Town

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 14, 2010 2

Which animal has the most complex communication system? You may have guessed whales or wolves. Researchers, however, now think that prairie dogs just might have the most sophisticated language of all nonhuman animals. Watch

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Video: Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Video: Flying through Forests as a Goshawk

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 30, 2010 3

Human beings have a number of common dream themes, and one of them is flying. We’ve probably all imagined a bird’s-eye view of one landscape or another. If you’ve ever wondered, however, what flying

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Video: The Sea Lion and the Starfish

Video: The Sea Lion and the Starfish

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 16, 2010 1

It seems that NatHab travelers overwhelmingly agree that animals like to play. After posting an article on the topic and a YouTube video of an elk playing in a mud puddle at Good Nature,

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Video: Kayaking the Sermilik Fjord in Eastern Greenland

Video: Kayaking the Sermilik Fjord in Eastern Greenland

Megan Koelemay November 2, 2009 2

This is a great little video on Youtube of a kayaking expedition with Explorers' Corner in Eastern Greenland!

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Birdy Bop

Birdy Bop

James Dziezynski August 12, 2009 1

Once all that singing is done, some birds like to get down and boogie. Researchers who study animal intelligence say that birds’ ability to keep time to music is a major cognitive breakthrough — we think

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