Each Saturday, we answer your questions about the weird and wild animal world.
Stories of the Weird and Wild from National Geographic!
Archaeologists found an 1,800-year-old statue with carving so crisp that it seemed at first to be a garden ornament from the Victorian era.
For the first time, scientists have successfully plotted the paths of sperm in 3-D, revealing corkscrew-like trajectories and "hyperactive" swimmers.
Shining light on the exploitation of wildlife.
Maryn McKenna on public health and infectious disease.
Scientific debate continues on world’s tallest peak.
This month, look for the best views of ghostly glows known as the zodiacal lights, along with a parade of moon pairings.
A proposed project would send soap-size spacecraft to orbit Proxima Centauri, offering enough time to study the star’s intriguing world.
Toxin impairs memory, possibly contributing to large numbers of starving animals in California.