Winners of the 2014 Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Readers’ Choice No. 1: <span>A snake swallows an unlucky frog near the Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica. Photographed by Nicolas Reusens from Madrid, Spain</span>
If asked to name a key pollinator in the United States, you're likely to think first of the honey bee. Native to Europe, honey bees were introduced to North America during the 1600s and have been busily pollinating our crops and other plants ever since. But native bees play critical roles as pollina...
Fulvous Hairstreak (Electrostrymon angelia), Florida, USA. Florida Museum of Natural History Lepidoptera Image Gallery, Alan Chin-Lee, photographer.