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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 31m
Is it human nature to be greedy and selfish?
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The hydrogel is between 95 and 98% water, and the rest is made of interspersed nano-sized droplets of organic solvents
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Though they may look like insects, this is actually an aerial image of boaters at a lake in Estonia taken by Your Shot photographer Carlos Lopes
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On the border cities in China and North Korea, the two cultures manage to coexist—as they have for centuries
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We're thrilled to be recognized on the World Value Index as one of the top ranked media brands to inspire others with their missions (via )
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See how this island changed over the course of nearly three years
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This group of Americans got one last tour of daily life in North Korea—right before the U.S. banned travel there
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The volcano is producing a new spectacle—blue flames
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Over centuries, the remains of the horses found in Pompeii decayed, leaving a void in the hardened ash that was then filled with plaster and exposed
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Replying to @Luna_AP_Photo
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When a nine-mile-wide asteroid struck Earth 66 million years ago, it wiped out three quarters of life on Earth—but here's why certain birds survived
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Open Explorer May 23
Barely 900m after leaving camp, one of the boats got taken under by a waterberry tree and they were plunged into the cold waters of the Kembo. Even experienced explorers capsize! Follow the expedition here: (footage by Jesse G.)
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In addition to monitoring the rhinos' movements, the tracker team can also follow any poachers with a tagged horn in their possession
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National Geographic 12h
Do you know where the bacteria in your home is lurking?
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National Geographic 14h
"If you keep polluting the ocean with plastic… as fishermen, our livelihoods will cease to exist."
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"Here you leave today—and visit the worlds of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy."
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National Geographic 18h
The massive host of terra-cotta warriors was discovered in 1974, when farmers dug a well and found a clay head—the first of perhaps 7,000
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National Geographic 20h
This wasp can control a roach's mind by injecting venom in its brain
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National Geographic 21h
With their silent streets and derelict buildings, abandoned towns offer a haunting view into the lives of once thriving communities
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National Geographic 22h
Forget what you know about rush-hour traffic and award shows, because Hollywood already has glimmering natural gems of its own
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