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Captivating stories about nature and sustainability

A heliconian butterfly drinks caiman tears. Photo by Wim van den Heever

From spectacular videos and photography to data visualizations and infographics, bioGraphic publishes all-new, cutting-edge science content biweekly.

This month:

  • "Ghosts of the Everglades"
    Clinging to survival in shrinking swamps, ghost orchids are so elusive that their pollinators have remained unknown—until now.
     
  • "Handle With Care"
    For pangolins, one of the most heavily persecuted creatures on the planet, protection sometimes requires a very hands-on approach.
     
  • "Raised in Rice Fields"
    California’s Chinook salmon have been losing habitat to agriculture for decades. Now, they’re getting a much-needed boost from strategically flooded fields.
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Two giant Australian cuttlefish engage in a tangled mating ritual. Photo by Justin Gillian

With over 190 multimedia stories published since the magazine's debut in April 2016, bioGraphic is a vibrant, thriving hub for science fans worldwide.

  • More than 2 billion online impressions to date
  • Over 200,000 fans on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube
  • 50+ partner media outlets sharing syndicated content
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bioGraphic partners with a suite of influential media outlets, helping us share our content with a diverse, sophisticated, global readership. Distribution partners include:

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bioGraphic is part of the Academy's Global Environmental Literacy Initiative. Major funding is provided by:

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Additional funding for bioGraphic is provided by the following generous supporters:

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Heising-Simons Foundation