From the staggering Mount Roraima to the rightfully named Gates of Hell, All That Is Interesting’s beautiful photographs and GIFs of nature in action!
World’s Smallest Porpoise On Verge Of Extinction
Only 30 vaquita remain, and there's no sure way to save them.
Bumblebees Use One Specific Pitch To Make Flowers Open Up
Bumblebees buzz in middle C to make flowers release their pollen.
Oldest Wild Bird In The World Has A Baby At Age 66
Wisdom and her lifelong mate, Akeakamai, return to the Midway Atoll to lay an egg every year.
What Your Favorite Foods Look Like Before Harvest And Processing
From bananas to coffee to chocolate, you'd never guess what some of your favorite foods look like while still in plant form.
Chicago Aquarium Writes 1,000-Word Obituary for 100-Year-Old Fish
Granddad the lungflish first arrived in Chicago in 1933. Since then, he's been seen by as many as 104 million Shedd Aquarium visitors.
New Discovery Shows Humans’ Earliest Ancestor Was A Tiny, Anus-Less Mouth
The fossil is about 540 million years old.
How Trees “Talk” To One Another
Trees form complex relationships with one another to survive — and may offer lessons for us on how we can do the same.
Trump Green Lights Keystone XL and Dakota Access Oil Pipelines
With a few pen strokes, Donald Trump has signaled that the controversial projects will resume.
What We Loved This Week, Jan. 8 – 14
The Titanic's wreckage, surreal landscape photography, crime in Caracas, WWII's female pilots, century-old Native American masks.
This Bee-Decapitating Hornet Is The Stuff Of Nightmares
A literally heartless hornet that can sting you repeatedly and land you in the hospital? It's not a nightmare — it's real.
What We Loved This Week, Dec. 4 – 10
One of Brazil's last uncontacted tribes, gangs of pre-gentrification Brooklyn, Nat Geo photos of the year, Ohio's forgotten class, New York during the Great Depression.