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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 43m
Sea turtles are one of a small number of species alive today that once roamed with dinosaurs, as far back as 150 million years ago
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National Geographic 2h
Take a look at our newest community, Women of Impact—and join the conversation
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National Geographic 3h
"To all who come to this happy place: Welcome. Disneyland is your land."
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National Geographic 4h
Is it human nature to be greedy and selfish?
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National Geographic 5h
Seen as ideal partners, penguins are only faithful about 15% of the time—here's how other animals don't always act as we think they will
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National Geographic 6h
As a mayfly larvae emerges out of its shell, this will be the most important—and only—day of its adult life
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National Geographic 7h
Hunting for the Loch Ness monster might seem a little absurd, but it's "an excellent way to promote the amazing possibilities of environmental DNA."
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National Geographic 8h
Two researchers are making an intriguing claim: one of the asteroids in our solar system actually came from another star system entirely
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National Geographic 9h
From the Golden Gate Bridge to Everglades National Park, see the variety of wonders the 50 U.S. states have to offer
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National Geographic 10h
"My concept of grandeur and natural beauty has changed drastically after visiting Torres del Paine National Park."
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National Geographic 12h
The odor doesn't just attract females, it also keeps the males healthy
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National Geographic 14h
Why end your travels with Rome when there are so many other cities along the Mediterranean Sea to explore?
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National Geographic 16h
It's always good to keep an eye on your belongings—especially if baboons are around
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National Geographic 18h
The costumes and rituals of Mexico are largely preserved by the youth of Oaxaca, who take pride in the traditions from their ancestors
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National Geographic 20h
High in the Alpine foothills of Germany sits one of the most iconic castles in Europe
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National Geographic 21h
Tianducheng's marble statues, ornate fountains, and geometrical gardens may resemble the City of Light—just don't call it Paris
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National Geographic 22h
Normally a solitary species, basking sharks have been spotted in swarms of up to over a thousand over the years
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National Geographic 23h
At Mesa Verde—Spanish for "green table"—multistoried dwellings fill the cliff-rock alcoves that rise above Montezuma Valley
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National Geographic 24h
This dolphin may look like it's saying hello, but it's actually begging for food
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National Geographic May 26
Here are 12 bridges we just can’t get over
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