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While national events have disrupted elections, they’ve never outright cancelled or postponed them
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The coronavirus pandemic might have a silver lining—make that a green lining
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Watch an artist paints the torso of a dragon in a single brushstroke—a mesmerizing test of focus and skill
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David Beard 3h
What to do with the kids this week: -Teach fearlessness -Bird watching, tree climbing, star gazing -Meditation/mindfulness apps and exercises -Our virtual summer camp -Ice pops -Greeking out By and
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Raising a fist in protest isn’t new. One of its earliest known instances in the U.S. represented working-class solidarity across all races and trades
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Cassiopea jellyfish make up for their lack of tentacles by releasing gooey clouds full of autonomous stingers
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Porcupine mating may be even stranger than you think
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New to camping? Here’s what you need to know about staying safe while making the most out of the outdoors
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Size isn't necessarily advantageous in the animal kingdom—it takes a lot of energy to move when you weigh 200 tons
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Nearly 300 years after colonizers brought Old World diseases to the Americas, an expedition to safely administer free smallpox vaccines became the first global public health initiative
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Marine biologist Kori Garza looks to shark scientist Nicolas Buray for evidence of a massive shark named Kamakai
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Not sure who needs to hear this, but pet alligators are a bad idea.
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The astronauts' journey home concludes a history-making test flight called Demo-2, which returned crewed spaceflight capabilities to the United States after a nearly 10-year hiatus.
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National Geographic 21h
NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico after becoming the first people to fly a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft.
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Despite hundreds of dives with sharks, photographer Brian Skerry is cautious as growing seal populations lure sharks to New England beaches
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National Geographic Aug 2
While national events have disrupted elections, they’ve never outright cancelled or postponed them
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National Geographic Aug 2
Check out these findings from the past decade that have flipped our knowledge of sharks on its head
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National Geographic Aug 2
Schools can learn from the successes—and failures—of summer camps across the U.S.
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National Geographic Aug 2
Signed into law in 1990, the ADA was "the world's first declaration of equality for people with disabilities"
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National Geographic Aug 2
There are over 150 COVID-19 vaccines in development. Here’s a look at where some of the most well-known candidates stand
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