Phenomena

Parasites are going extinct. Here's why we need to save them.
Parasites are going extinct. Here's why we need to save them.
How science solved the mystery of feet washing ashore in the Pacific Northwest
How science solved the mystery of feet washing ashore in the Pacific Northwest
Watch What Happens When Scavengers Find a Several-Ton Carcass
Watch What Happens When Scavengers Find a Several-Ton Carcass
Delusions of Infestation Aren't as Rare as You'd Think
Delusions of Infestation Aren't as Rare as You'd Think
Fact or Fiction: Can You Really Sweat Out Toxins?
Fact or Fiction: Can You Really Sweat Out Toxins?
More from National Geographic
Scientists urge local mask mandates as Delta sweeps the U.S.
Scientists urge local mask mandates as Delta sweeps the U.S.
Wildfire smoke blowing across the U.S. is more toxic than we thought
Wildfire smoke blowing across the U.S. is more toxic than we thought
Reimagining how and where we live
Reimagining how and where we live
Can a new way to measure tropical rainforest vulnerability help save them?
Can a new way to measure tropical rainforest vulnerability help save them?
Rock climbing is getting more popular—and that concerns conservationists
Rock climbing is getting more popular—and that concerns conservationists