The Great Ant Escape

The New York Times – Trap-jaw ants have a startling way to jump out of the slippery-sloped pits of predators. Produced by: David Frank and James Gorman

Pakistani pigeon arrested for espionage in India

RT – While intelligence agencies across the globe are busy boosting their communication interception capabilities, Indian authorities have not forgotten the centuries-old methods adversaries might use, literally intercepting a spy pigeon from Pakistan. READ MORE:

IFAW – WTI Rhino Release – Kaziranga

International Fund for Animal Welfare – For the first time in the conservation history of Kaziranga National Park in India, two orphaned hand-raised rhinos were released back to the park. The two rhinos had been undergoing rehabilitation since 2010 and 2012 respectively, at the IFAW-WTI’s Centre for …

POV: Ride on the Back of a Giant River Turtle

National Geographic – The giant South American river turtle is not as abundant as it once was in some areas, but conservation methods—including patrols of nesting beaches by armed guards—help Brazil maintain a healthy population. Here turtles interacting with one another underwater are observed, for what …