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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 44m
"It’s not what you find, it’s what you find out."
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National Geographic 4h
Some of the most fashionable clothing of the day was made using chemicals that are today considered too toxic to use
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Revolts were common in Ancient Egypt, but the environment may have played a role in all the unrest
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National Geographic 8h
Scotland is known for picturesque highlands, but now the country boasts the world's first floating wind farm
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National Geographic 10h
Scarface and his coalition of male lions protect one of the most lethal prides in the Maasai Mara
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National Geographic 11h
Some of the greatest achievements of humankind have escaped the ravages of time—but some may not last much longer
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National Geographic 12h
Making geographical sense of movies can be challenging, but this artist has done just that for about 40 films
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National Geographic 13h
“We go to the ends of the earth, and then we go underwater.”
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National Geographic 14h
As master predators of the sea, wolf eels may look vicious, but they also have a soft side
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National Geographic 15h
What is the world like without a sense of smell?
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National Geographic 17h
The moon may be the biggest and brightest object in the night sky, but that doesn't make it easy to get good photos
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National Geographic 19h
From volcanoes in Indonesia to cherry blossom trees in Japan, these were our favorite photos from the past month
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National Geographic 21h
Photo of the Day: Children of the Tundra
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National Geographic 23h
Every traveler knows that a trip starts long before arrival, and getting there is half the fun
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National Geographic Oct 20
Summer’s winding down, and that means cooler weather and new possibilities for the perfect getaway
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National Geographic Oct 20
"For a reason that I have absolutely no idea about...I got up and said, ‘I’d like to build my own coffin.'"
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National Geographic Oct 20
The freedom to fly promises a chance to ski epic lines that nobody's touched since the last snowfall—or maybe ever
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National Geographic Oct 20
The end is nigh—but training for catastrophe doesn’t need to be a somber experience
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National Geographic Oct 20
Photo of the Day: In The Dust
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National Geographic Oct 20
Take a moment today to appreciate these fascinating creatures. Happy !
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