Natural history photographer Clay Bolt makes the first ever photos of a living Wallace’s giant bee at its nest, which is found in active termite in the North Moluccas, Indonesia.

Rediscovering Wallace’s Giant Bee

02. 21. 2019

In Search Of Raja Ofu, The King Of Bees...

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Northern Flying Squirrel by Stephen Dalton via Arkive

The Superheroes Of The Squirrel World: Flying Squirrels

01. 21. 2019

These aren't your average squirrels...

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Ghost of the Andes Materializes in Haunting Moment

07. 21. 2018

In 1988, GWC Program Manager of Wild Cat Conservation Jim Sanderson we...

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Rediscovering Hope for the Longnose Harlequin Frog

07. 12. 2018

A miracle. That’s how Ecuadorian herpetologist Dr. Luis Coloma descr...

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One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Rat Kind–With the Hind Legs to Prove It

05. 30. 2018

By Heather Yu It is in the everyday that we uncover miracles. And it i...

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Putting Crabs on the Map: Rediscovering Lost Species in Western Cameroon

04. 25. 2018

By Kristin Arakawa For Dr. Pierre A. Mvogo Ndongo, the rediscovery of ...

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Against the Odds: Panama’s Lost Frogs Cling to Life in Chytrid’s Wake

04. 11. 2018

Hope can arrive in all different shapes and sizes. For biologists Dr. ...

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The Call of Hope

12. 20. 2017

For biologist Mauricio Akmentins, hope arrived not in the form of a pr...

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Lostcast: Broadcasting the Search for the Lost Saki Monkey

12. 14. 2017

When Dr. Laura K. Marsh originally got the idea to take a houseboat th...

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A blue clearwing moth

Rediscovery in a Glint of Blue

12. 13. 2017

By Marta Skowron Volponi The Malaysian primeval rainforest is the most...

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