Talking With Dolphins

What Did You Say? National Geographic Head trainer Teri Turner Bolton looks out at two young adult male dolphins, Hector and Han, whose beaks, or rostra, are poking above the water as they eagerly await a command. The bottlenose dolphins at the Roatán Institute for Marine Sciences (RIMS), a resort and research institution on an …

Angels All Around

Don’t Be Afraid The word “angel” can be traced back to the Greek word “anglos,” which means “messenger” in Hebrew. Angels can take many forms, usually appearing as human or a glowing light or aura, and you can run into angels in the strangest places – like in a Black Bear Diner, for instance. Often—especially …

Rhinos Own The Night

Moonlit Transformation Revealed While black rhinos of the African plains are known to be dangerous and curmudgeonly beasts, researchers have discovered that they become gentle and social in the dark of night. Until now scientists have only been able to study black rhino behavior during the daytime, when the animals rarely tolerate company and can …

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