A Prehistoric Death Trap Yields Its Victims to the Explorer
How Ethnological Work Is Carried on by Representatives of the American Museum among Primitive People of the South Seas
Caudal Appendages Adapted by Nature to the Needs of Her Creatures
The Strange Story of Nine English Mutineers Who Took Up Their Abode With Their Native Tahitian Wives, on a Desert Island in the South Seas.
Objects of human manufacture recently found in the Southwest
“When one goes forth a-voyaging He has a tale to tell.”
Observations on the Honey Guides of Africa
A Glimpse behind the Scenes at the American Museum
Instances of a Practice Extending from Remote Times to the Present
With proper safeguards, water currents can be harnessed out of sight.
Barely pulled back from the brink of extinction, California condors are still being poisoned by lead-based ammunition.
Vulnerable everywhere in the wild, lions already face regional extinction.
Reef-building sponges are giving up their long-held secrets.