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National Geographic Magazine 5m
"This day I woke up at 5:30 a.m. with the feeling that this 'secret' spot would be nailing some sick waves and I should get some great shots," writes Your Shot photographer Francisco Santos. "This wave in the photo it was the biggest one surfed that day!"
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National Geographic Magazine 5h
On a 200-mile trek in the Katmai Preserve, archaeologists document life before the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century.
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National Geographic Magazine 14h
"Before we knew it, Ollie and Dollie became regulars in our house," writes photographer Jasper Doest. "These daily visits have become a reminder of another reality: We are not alone on this planet, and we need to share it with all living beings..."
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National Geographic Magazine 16h
Disrupted from their on-campus lives, student photographers are finding inspiration in their quarantined communities and reconsidering what home looks and feels like to them.
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National Geographic Magazine 18h
The move signals that the company’s mRNA vaccine has passed its initial safety checks and has met an important milestone in bringing this drug closer to the public and commercial markets.
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National Geographic Magazine 20h
Though common loons may look harmless, the territorial birds will fiercely attack any interlopers to their freshwater habitat.
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National Geographic Magazine 22h
The Canaanites are best known as the people who lived “in a land flowing with milk and honey” until they were vanquished by the ancient Israelites. But a new report reveals that their genetic heritage survives in many modern-day Jews and Arabs.
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National Geographic Magazine May 29
Clouds roll over the Yosemite Valley in this dramatic vista captured by Your Shot photographer Daniel J.
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National Geographic Magazine May 29
Chicago’s long history of segregation is at the root of inequalities in housing, political representation, health, education, even food accessibility. The pandemic is amplifying these disparities.
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
A report finds that companies including Chanel, Gucci, and Coach had thousands of imported exotic leather goods seized by U.S. law enforcement from 2003 through 2013.
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National Geographic May 28
"I'm a savage Classy, loony, flashy In the water flappin' On the defensive, stabbed him I'm a savage"
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
Contact tracing is an indispensable part of breaking the chain of a pathogen’s transmission. But in the U.S., this pandemic promises to make contact tracing the most complex and difficult health investigation in history.
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
Cannibalism among dinosaurs is not necessarily surprising as many large predators eat members of their own species under certain circumstances. What’s unusual is to find evidence of it in the fossil record.
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
The U.S. has surpassed 100,000 coronavirus deaths, but that may be far lower than the true number to date. Here’s why.
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
"The cliffs rose in front of us and changed colors as the sun came up," writes Your Shot photographer Ana Sofia Canales of her experience in La Huasteca National Park in Mexico.
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National Geographic Magazine May 28
Whether you want to label them science fiction or fantasy, these stories allow us to imagine other places, other times, and take trips that go beyond our wildest dreams.
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National Geographic Magazine May 27
Missed diagnoses, irregularities in data tracking, and indirectly related deaths such as those connected to skipped vaccinations can obfuscate the true scale of the pandemic’s deadly rampage.
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National Geographic Magazine May 27
Due to inclement weather along the Atlantic coast of Florida, the Demo-2 mission will now attempt to lift off at 3:22 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 30.
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National Geographic Magazine May 27
Although COVID-19 has recently stalled tourism along Florida's Space Coast, many are hoping that future launches will bring visitors again to not only witness thunderous rockets, but also explore one of Florida’s most spectacular habitats.
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National Geographic Magazine May 27
SpaceX is poised to ignite a new era of human spaceflight when its Demo-2 test flight launches (weather permitting) at 4:33pm ET today. It will mark the first time in nearly a decade that a crewed journey into space will lift off from American soil.
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