Tips for reducing waste for parents of young kids.
Earth Day is the perfect time for kids to learn how they can make a difference.
Some creatures make a living by pretending to be something they're not.
A fun activity for all ages using recycled materials.
How do non-human animals parent?
What do fish pee and whale poo have to do with ocean health?
Learn how our actions affect polar bears in this Q&A.
If you've seen a butterfly land on a flower, you mostly likely witnessed something amazing—pollination!
Fewer than 10 individuals left in the wild.
Fun facts about these fun, flightless birds.
Need a New Year's resolution? How about using less plastic!
Get to know some wonderfully wintery creatures.
Halloween is the perfect time of year to celebrate nature's creepies and crawlies.
Let's learn more about red pandas!
A Q&A with us for a student-run conservation magazine.
Can elephants and farmers co-exist?
Does a solar eclipse affect animal behavior?
A Q&A with marine scientist Bec Wellard who studies orcas!
How can art help save the ocean?
We highlight some of the scientists featured in "Marine Science for Kids".
Solomon David once said "my future was with the fishes." And he was right!
This New Zealand cave is a great place to see glowworms.
The story of how a fishing vessel accidentally caught a colossal squid!
We interview Shannon Benson, a photographer/videographer for National Geographic!
"Marine Science for Kids" focuses on marine life, marine ecosystems, and marine-science careers.
The inspiring story of Peanut the sea turtle's release back into the wild.
This young man proves that kids can make a difference for wildlife conservation.
We found a real-life "fantastic beast"! Learn all about praying mantises.
Why do zebras have stripes?
Donkeys vs. Elephants? Get to know these two cool creatures.
Marine conservation biologist Simon Pierce has seen firsthand how important research can be in conserving species.
Could Jurassic Park really happen?
My Patronus is a ... hedgehog! What's not to love?
Steps your family can take to cut off demand for illegal wildlife products.
Scientists are still making discoveries! What will they find next?
We (humans) aren't the only species that talks to their unborn babies.
The future of Kenya’s wildlife lies in the hands of the country’s youth.
Why do these whales help other animals?
Tigers have value that transcends even diamonds.
Learn about the vaquita, a critically endangered marine mammal.