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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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Pride, anguish, delight—these are the images from 2017 that called to our photo editors the most
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It's the last week to enter your best digital work to ! Final Entry Deadline is December 15 🏁
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This map, dated 1593, provides a glimpse into the early interactions between the indigenous people of Mexico and the recently arrived Spanish
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Today 15 vets care for the world’s last 880 mountain gorillas, who live on the border between Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
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A new “DNA atlas” of Ireland is revealing some of the surprising ways historic kingdoms have influenced populations on the island
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Replying to @reddit @swfoto
The AMA is now live! Feel free to start submitting your questions now:
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You might have seen the incredibly rare Amur leopard, but now you can hear it too
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In honor of , don't miss our AMA with photographer Steve Winter today at 12pm ET!
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From paradise islands to pristine coastlines, Mozambique is for the explorer inside all of us
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Watch the birds gathering at dusk—just about to start their "performance"
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Photo of the Day: Down Below
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The puppies had likely been trapped for hours before rescuers arrived
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The peccaries slept next to the carcass of their dead herd member and even defended it from coyotes
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The most heartwarming part of this video comes after the baby elephant is rescued from a well.
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"I love the combination of adventure (never knowing what you'll find), speed, athletics, and spectacular scenery."
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Unusually warm waters—made likelier by human activity—may have supercharged the hurricane’s extreme rainfall
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She was found murdered in her cabin in 1985. Who killed Dian Fossey? Be sure to watch tonight at 9pm ET
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It was long thought that the East Antarctica Ice Sheet could weather global warming unscathed—but new research suggests otherwise
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The species is believed to have lived 55 million years ago, making it among the oldest penguin fossils ever discovered
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Some 1,200 years ago, a wealthy noblewoman, at least 60 years old, was laid to rest in Peru—now we know what she looks like
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