Articles by

Jonathan Lambert

Wild donkeys and horses engineer water holes that help other species

Water drives the rhythms of desert life, but animals aren’t always helpless against the whims of weather....

Global inequity in COVID-19 vaccination is more than a moral problem

Months before the first COVID-19 vaccine was even approved, wealthy nations scrambled to secure hundreds of millions...

‘Under a White Sky’ explores whether we must tinker with nature to save it

Under a White SkyElizabeth KolbertCrown, $28 In 1900, the city of Chicago completed a 45-kilometer-long canal...

A new chameleon species may be the world’s tiniest reptile

Hidden beneath the leaf litter of a northern Malagasy forest lives a chameleon so slight that it...

Some electric eels coordinate attacks to zap their prey

One Volta’s electric eel — able to subdue small fish with an 860-volt jolt — is scary...