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Ingenious: Greg Carr

The philanthropist explains his love affair with Mozambique’s once-ravaged national park.

How to Restart an Ecosystem

Economics and conservation are converging to resurrect one of the planet’s greatest parks.

The Hidden Warning of Fall Colors

Did autumn reds and yellows evolve to repel insects?

The Deadly Plant Sneeze

High-speed cameras capture how bouncing rain spreads crop disease.

The Dueling Weathermen of the 1800s

This bitter dispute set the stage for the modern weather forecast.

The Dueling Weathermen of the 1800s

This bitter dispute set the stage for the modern weather forecast.

Art Is Long, Science Is Longer

My years surveying trees in the Amazon taught me the forest is unknowable.

So I Told These Nomads About the Big Bang…

Anna Badkhen tells us about the experiences that led to her Nautilus feature.

The Natural World Is an Elephant World

Without large herbivores, the wilderness would be a wasteland.

Nature, Pixelated

With our brains plugged into virtual worlds all day, what is real?