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Steirn: As a photographer and filmmaker with a high level of determination. I don't give up easily. Do you think we, as human
"When I was working in Namibia," she says, "the government instituted a ban on shooting elephants. But that created a problem
In the Facebook age, some of us might want to be a little more careful about how we friend our dogs.
"Wild Yellowstone" showcases the breathtaking beauty of America's first national park.
"Big Cat Week" returns to National Geographic WILD this Friday, and what better way to celebrate than watch some of the precious
Nat Geo WILD's second annual "Wild To Inspire" short film competition is underway. The Huffington Post is featuring each
College student Jake Lamons spent two weeks shooting his entry, "Northern," to showcase the beauty of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
The Huffington Post is featuring each of the four finalists selected, and the winner will be announced in March. All of the
Nat Geo WILD's second annual "Wild To Inspire" short film competition is underway. The contest is looking for the next generation
Take a look at his submission below. Filmmaker Dan Duran won the inaugural festival last year with his short film "Wolf Mountain
You grew up collaring mountain lions, why are they doing so well compared to other cats? I guess it’s like anything, it’s
Boone Smith joins HuffPost Live to explain how we can help save lions and tigers.
Big Cat Week is almost here! Take a look at a clip from 'Man v. Lion' above, and tune in on Nov. 28 for the start of Big
National Geographic Explorer Bob Ballard found the Titanic, and now he's starring in a new series 'Caribbean’s Deadly Underworld.' He joins us to discuss his oceanic discoveries and the Malaysian missing airline.
Boho chic Natalie wears white linen pants by James Perse, a white cotton shirt by Free People and she accessorizes with an apple floral print scarf.
What happens when the hunter becomes the hunted? Behold the chameleon, one of many enthralling creatures featured in Nat
Watch a chameleon eat a praying mantis. Video courtesy of Nat Geo WILD.
If the wolf is gone, then we will continue cascading to ecological failure, and all of the wild and wonderful reasons people call the Yellowstone area home will eventually vanish.