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National Geographic 23m
A relative of hibiscus last seen in 2009, the vibrant flower was spotting growing on the rugged cliffside on Kaua’i
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A full moon is looming—and it will have a big impact on animals, especially those in the ocean
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This story is up for consideration in the Webby People's Voice Awards! Help us claim the internet's top honor with your vote
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On a good night, we cycle four or five times through several stages of sleep, each with distinct qualities and purpose
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Mysterious fossils discovered decades ago in Kenya represent a giant meat-eating mammal with fearsome teeth
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“We're really excited about this as a platform that could help us better understand how to treat people who have had heart attacks and have lost normal blood flow to the brain"
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The daughter of one pharaoh and wife of another, Hatshepsut ultimately declared herself pharaoh, ruling as a man would for over 20 years
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A torpedo-shaped contraption has been sampling the North Atlantic for plankton since the 1930s—inadvertently providing a data set for ocean plastic
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ICYMI: Denisovans may be not one, but three distinct kinds of human—and they may have outlasted even the Neanderthals
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Scientists restored circulation and oxygen flow in 32 pig brains hours after death, opening up a new avenue in treating brain disease—and shaking our definition of brain death to its core
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This promising new tool could help crack down on the illegal shark fin trade
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The plastic pollution problem may be snowballing, but so is public awareness. We've been nominated in this year's for our initiative—and your vote could help us win
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National Geographic 20h
Will this anteater live to see another day?
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National Geographic 20h
This passionate boxer is passing down his knowledge of Thailand’s traditional martial art to both locals and visitors from around the world
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National Geographic 21h
Retrace the steps of Claude Monet himself to see the gardens that inspired his iconic water-lily paintings
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National Geographic 23h
Our goal is always to help you explore our world and all that's in it. 🌎 We'd love your vote in the Annual Webby Awards for Social: Education and Discovery
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National Geographic 23h
This deep sea creature can withstand more water pressure than 1,600 elephants standing on its head
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National Geographic Apr 17
Wildlife crossings save money and lives—both animal and human
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National Geographic Apr 17
In honor of Bat Appreciation Day, we’re taking a look at how urban bats manage to live among us
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Nat Geo Travel Apr 17
Write us a haiku about your favorite city, and we'll try to guess where it is 🌇
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