National Geographic This Cockroach Can Survive Anywhere—Its DNA Proves It 2018-03-21T21:07:26.000000000+00:00 The hardy insects evolved to crawl through toxic environments and regrow broken limbs. Strange Sea Creature Washes Ashore, Stumps Scientists 2018-03-21T18:12:00.000000000+00:00 Experts are divided on whether the specimen is a hoax, possibly inspired by a local legend, or a decaying animal. This Wiggly Fish Is the Most Advanced Robot of Its Kind 2018-03-21T18:00:54.000000000+00:00 The device could help biologists monitor marine animals without disturbing them. More Birds Expected for Majority of National Parks—Here's Why 2018-03-21T18:00:42.000000000+00:00 Climate change may have big impacts on avian species, and all the results may not be positive. Find Out Which Idea Rose to the Top in National Geographic's CHASING GENIUS Challenge 2018-03-21T15:58:43.000000000+00:00 Asha Gummadi wants to help more people get the right physical therapy using mobile devices. How an Indian Guru Cleans the World's Most Polluted Rivers 2018-03-21T04:01:40.000000000+00:00 With a nationwide campaign, yogi Sadhguru raises awareness about India's threatened waterways, from the Ganges to minor streams. Famous WWII Shipwreck Found After 75 Years 2018-03-20T21:31:48.000000000+00:00 The Sullivan brothers, five sailors renowned during WWII, died aboard the ship when it was struck by an enemy torpedo. The Giant Squid Nebula and More Animals of the Cosmos 2018-03-20T19:56:17.000000000+00:00 As galaxies collide and new stars are born, spectacular shapes form in the universe—and many of them resemble Earthly creatures. ‘Doomsday Vault’ Protects Earth’s Food Supply—Here’s How 2018-03-20T18:18:00.000000000+00:00 Designed to be insulated from a cataclysm, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault sprang a leak last year. Now it’s being retooled for climate change. After Last Male's Death, Is the Northern White Rhino Doomed? 2018-03-20T13:57:23.000000000+00:00 Two females remain at the conservancy in Kenya.