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National Geographic
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National Geographic 23m
The predators that some feared would wipe out elk have instead proved to be a stabilizing force
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National Geographic 5h
“It is a menagerie that is beyond imagination”
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National Geographic 7h
These are the cameras to keep an eye on as we look toward future journeys that will inspire our best photos yet
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National Geographic 11h
Through the Red Power movement, Indigenous activists challenged systemic injustice—and cultivated a sense of pride in their communities
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National Geographic 13h
Since 2005, the Loango Gorilla Project has been studying a population of critically endangered western lowland gorillas in Loango National Park, Gabon
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National Geographic 14h
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The fifth astronaut in the Senate: Mark Kelly today follows in the footsteps of John Glenn, Harrison Schmidt, Jake Garn, and Bill Nelson to serve both in space and in the upper house of Congress
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National Geographic 14h
Spaceflight influences biology in dramatic ways, and people in space appear to experience the effects of aging faster. America's newest U.S. senator (left) has played a role in early studies, both on the ground and as an orbiting astronaut
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National Geographic 15h
The U.K. has granted an emergency authorization for the vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech
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National Geographic 16h
What do lullabies and bedtime stories say about the societies in which they are told? Learn how global issues influence the bedtime rituals of children around the world in an online event w/ photographer Hannah Reyes Morales
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National Geographic 17h
In “Trafficked,” journalist investigates dangerous black markets and smuggling networks around the globe. Watch the series premiere tonight at 9/8c
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National Geographic 19h
Many animal photos chosen this year shed light on the complex and often controversial relationships between humans and captive animals
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National Geographic 21h
“You have to work hard at understanding Byzantine Istanbul, because so much is hidden or misrepresented," says one historian
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National Geographic 23h
When you walk on those bright golden fans this fall, you’re having a close encounter with a rare thing—a species that humans rescued from natural oblivion
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National Geographic Dec 2
Emerging evidence suggests many animals, like us, can perceive and create a range of visual illusions
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National Geographic Dec 1
Here's what the "best worst-known dinosaur" actually looked like
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National Geographic Dec 1
Thanks to a controversial cableway, the Eiger experience is set to change forever
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National Geographic Dec 1
So far, the phenomenon doesn't appear to be widespread, but reinfection reports are steadily growing around the world
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National Geographic Dec 1
Are these two predators fighting or playing?
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National Geographic Dec 1
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By the end of 2020, more than 50 million Americans could experience food insecurity. Learn more here:
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National Geographic Dec 1
Food hardship in one of New York’s most diverse communities is a chronic issue that’s only worsened during the pandemic
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