Answering a call to remove a python from a family's patio, this snake catcher was in for a surprise
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Watch thousands of starlings flying in tight formation, changing their flight patterns in mesmerizing synchronicity
Scientists have observed walruses using seabirds as toys for the first time
Friday Fact: In medieval Europe, some thought witches were reborn as black cats.
To a moose, your car is just one big salty popsicle
Watch this mesmerizing feather star—a type of crinoid—swim through the ocean
What happens when you tickle a rat?
Watch a snail defend itself from predatory attacks by swinging its shell
President Obama has protected more of the sea than any world leader in history
Interior imaging and scientific sampling shed new light on one of Pearl Harbor's most notable wreckages
A new study finds that 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild—down from 100,000 a century ago
See how we got this historic shot of @POTUS
snorkeling in waters he helped protect: on.natgeo.com/2j01hJ7
These are a few of our favorite animal rescues of 2016. Tell us yours using #NatGeoAnimals
Killed off completely in the early 1900s, about 500 wolves now roam Greater Yellowstone. Learn more:
Friday Fact: A highway runs through the middle of an office building in Osaka, Japan.
Which insect or spider bugs you out the most? Tell us using #NatGeoAnimals
What do you do when a baby elephant is stuck in a man-made watering hole?
How does "the pole-dancing rat" climb so well?
Pom-pom crabs and sea anemones make a great team. Take a look:
Watch this blue-ringed octopus pounce on an unsuspecting crab
To protect the waters of Antarctica, this former Adventurer of the Year is swimming through them
Which never-before-seen animal moment amazed you the most this year? #NatGeoAnimals
We met some fascinating sea creatures this year—which was your favorite? #NatGeoAnimals
Afraid of heights? Don't watch this video of climber Alex Honnold thousands of feet off the ground—without a rope