Taking our understanding and awareness of the world further for 130 years
Some images are so dense it's difficult to discern what's alive and what isn't #planetorplastic
The sharklike "Helicoprion" lived 275 million years ago and could slice its prey in two with its buzz saw jaw
"This photo was taken around midnight as I walked back to my tent," writes Your Shot photographer Jeremy Lee, who captured this dramatic scene of katabatic winds battering his campsite near Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica.
The nearly complete skeleton belongs to Gnathovorax cabreirai—one of the oldest meat-eating dinosaurs in the world
"When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like," says photographer Paul Nicklen
Sand cats are typically hard to find, but these adorable kittens—spotted in the Moroccan Sahara—were hard to miss
Happy birthday Jane Goodall! Thank you for taking humanity further.