National Geographic February 2018


Bird Brainiacs

A century ago, scientists believed that birds’ brains weren’t capable of the higher cognitive functioning found in humans and some other mammals. Now we know better.

They Are Watching You

The demand for security is increasing. Monitoring technology is proliferating. The result: We’re all under surveillance.

Where Wildlife Reigns

The Falkland Islands have often been contested ground. Today they shelter a dense and diverse population of wildlife.

Feeding China

With less than a tenth of the farmland but nearly a fifth of the population in the world, China must reshape its agriculture.

The Parent Trap

To discourage teen pregnancy, a Colombian program gives high school student babies – very needy robotic ones.

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