For fans of quality science journalism, as well as fans of stunning nature photography, bioGraphic (last featured in the 11-11-2016 Scout Report) is a must-read. In the past month, this multimedia magazine has featured stories on coral reefs, arctic foxes, and much more.
From the California Academy of Sciences comes bioGraphic, a multimedia magazine "featuring beautiful and surprising stories about nature and sustainability." Authored by science journalists, the publication features articles, editorials, photo galleries, and videos. Visitors can browse content by topic including wildlife, places, people, discoveries, and solutions. Recent articles include a long-form piece on the Vilcabamba mountain range in Peru (complete with gorgeous photographs and three-dimensional animation), a video that illustrates how clouds of bats manage to emerge from a cave simultaneously without injuring one another; and a spectacular photograph that demonstrates the camouflaging ability of snow leopards. bioGraphic's engaging content and sleek interface will have wide appeal for anyone interested in learning more about biodiversity around the globe.
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