Cheryl Lyn Dybas

Natural History Contributing Editor Cheryl Lyn Dybas, an ecologist and science journalist, brings her passion for wildlife and conservation to many publications, including Africa Geographic, BBC Wildlife, BioScience, Canadian Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, and National Wildlife. She is also a contributing writer for Oceanography magazine. She has been a featured speaker on science journalism and conservation biology at many institutions, and serves on committees and boards for several scientific societies, among them the Ecological Society of America and the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography.

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Recent Stories

Earth's earliest known forms of animal life were trailblazers.

“Vision” in single-celled Synechocystis works by principles similar to the human eye.

The fate of the Caspian seal may have been decided five million years ago.

Robber flies are top predators in the insect world.