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Since its inception nearly 130 years ago, the core purpose of National Geographic has been to further the knowledge and awareness of our world.
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National Geographic 3h
The new species of sloth most likely weighed at least 500 pounds
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"Hate will surface again, we know; but so will its enemies," writes correspondent Katie Couric
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On the 40th anniversary of Elvis's death, get a glimpse inside the world of the King's biggest fans.
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We'll be a Geodesic Dome on 8/20 to discuss the solar eclipse—ask Qs w/
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Photo of the Day: Graduation Celebration
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An ardent fighter in the battle against poaching, Wayne Lotter will be sorely missed.
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It's possible the chest contains treasure—or nothing at all. Either way, it will take months before anyone finds out
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National Geographic 10h
As Malala prepares for a new chapter in her life, look back on her journey—in her own words
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Frank Drake, the man who created the pulsar map in 1971, weighs in on whether to communicate with extraterrestrials
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National Geographic 13h
The king of the jungle doesn't like to be bothered—not even when he's done eating
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National Geographic 14h
Although they're typically perceived as gentle giants munching on leaves, giraffes are fascinated by carcasses
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National Geographic 16h
Cats don’t meow to communicate with other cats—but to communicate with humans. So what exactly are they saying?
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National Geographic 16h
Birds of prey like falcons and eagles have been known to take down full-sized deer in some parts of the world
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National Geographic 18h
What exactly are fossil fuels and what's their connection to climate change?
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National Geographic 20h
Photo of the Day: Graduation Celebration
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National Geographic 22h
Winding from the Netherlands to France, the GR5 treats hikers to epic views, solitude and adventure
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National Geographic 24h
"Emotions are a source of power...But many people I encounter [see them] as a source of weakness."
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National Geographic Aug 17
Ian Nelson captured this encounter with a curious monk seal for our assignment with .
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National Geographic Aug 17
Thick forest, rolling pastures, and gorgeous trails intersect with traditional farms and villages in this sanctuary
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National Geographic Aug 17
Feathers from immature golden eagles alone can fetch hundreds of dollars on the black market
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