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Natasha Daly

Natasha Daly is an assistant editor covering animal welfare, wildlife crime, and culture for National Geographic magazine and National Geographic online. She's written about topics such as bootleg music in the Soviet Union, global rites of passage to manhood, zoos in wartime, and the plight of Spanish hunting dogs.

She is currently focusing on ongoing coverage of animal welfare policy under the new administration.

Previously, she worked as an editor for the Inter-American Development Bank and for a Japanese transportation policy nonprofit. She also spent several years teaching and writing in South Korea. She's a native of Toronto, Canada, and holds a bachelor's degree in history from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Daly lives in Washington, D.C.

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