National Geographic Magazine
We were smitten 10,000 years ago on the island of New Guinea. Today the average American downs 22.7 teaspoons a day.
The only cat that’s truly social is the lion. To find out why, our team spent many months with the prides of the Serengeti.
Africa's lions may number no more than 35,000. A Kenyan program points to a way to save the beleaguered cats.
"I saw it, I saw it! Yes, it's true!" the archaeologist shouts: divine light at the bottom of a natural well.
In India the animal is a treasure—and sometimes also a work of art.
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