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The Wild World of Threats

Animals, including us, evolved to bluster and bluff at their peril.

How “My Octopus Teacher” Defied Convention

Craig Foster reflects on a relationship that changed his connection to the natural world.

All the Biomass on Earth

Our planet supports 8.7 million species. Here’s how they break down.

Order Flocking Out of Chaos

A physicist-turned-photographer captures the incredible harmony of starling murmurations.

The Whale Who Will Come Soon

A whale-watching trip is a voyage into the psychic dimensions of ocean in the 21st century.

The Evolutionary Wonders in the Deep Sea

It’s a golden age for finding new and mysterious forms of deep-sea life.

The Largest Cells on Earth

Deep in the ocean abyss, xenophyophores are worlds unto themselves.

How “My Octopus Teacher” Defied Convention

Craig Foster reflects on a relationship that changed his connection to the natural world.

Cognitive Scientists Are Going to the Dogs

Unleashing a new breed of research into co-evolution and the aging brain.