The Mysterious Disappearance of North America's First Dogs
When people migrated to North America some 10,000 years ago, they brought their canine companions with them.
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The ‘Path of the Jaguar’ Aims to Secure this Big Cat’s Enormous Range
Jaguars are increasingly isolated due to habitat fragmentation. Environmentalists, scientists, and locals are working to secure their free passage across over a dozen countries.
Catch the Premiere of 'RISE' on VICELAND
Our new series documents the various indigenous communities across the Americas fighting colonization.
Native Americans Are Resisting the Dakota Pipeline With Tech and Media Savvy
The North Dakota protests are about more than climate change and free speech. They speak to racist assumptions about who’s tech savvy and who’s not.
New Evidence Suggests Early Humans Hunted America's Large Mammals to Extinction
“Compared to other animals we have a disproportionately heavy hand, and a huge impact.”
The Year 1610 Marks the Beginning of the Anthropocene
The brutality of European colonization is written in Earth’s geological record.