José Rubén Arango Rodríguez
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Blind Cave Fish May Hold Secret to Treating Diabetes
These eyeless fish have insatiable appetites and high blood sugar. Scientists are trying to figure out how they're in such good health.
First Case of Orca Infanticide Observed
A male orca, seeking to mate with a new mother, teamed up with his mom to kill the newborn.
Does Your Dog Prefer You Over Anyone Else? It's Complicated.
Whether your pet wants to be around its owner or a stranger depends on the situation, a new study says.
See the Powerful Responses to “The Race Issue”—and Send Us Your Own
Nat Geo’s readers had a lot to say about the role of race in their lives. Let’s keep the conversation going.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Isn’t What You Think it Is
It’s not all bottles and straws—the patch is mostly abandoned fishing gear.
Tiny Mummy’s ‘Alien’ Appearance Finally Explained
Researchers hope their new research will settle debate over the origins of Ata, a naturally mummified infant found in the Chilean desert.
South Africa is Setting the Standard for Water Wise Tourism
South Africa has got the message: every drop of water counts.
From Not Enough to Too Much, the World’s Water Crisis Explained
Many more cities than Cape Town face an uncertain future over water. But there are emerging solutions.
This Cockroach Can Survive Anywhere—Its DNA Proves It
The hardy insects evolved to crawl through toxic environments and regrow broken limbs.
Strange Sea Creature Washes Ashore, Stumps Scientists
Experts are divided on whether the specimen is a hoax, possibly inspired by a local legend, or a decaying animal.
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