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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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Spanish officials arrested 79 people and seized more than 170,000 pounds of tuna
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Albatrosses can fly millions of miles during a lifetime, but they don’t live a solitary existence. Watch the full episode of Wild_Life with
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Not long ago, South Georgia’s fur seals were massacred—nearly driven to extinction. Now, they’re thriving. Watch the full episode Wild_Life with
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These newts can fend off metamorphosis for months, years, or even a lifetime—and they can still reproduce
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The world's rarest great ape, discovered only in 2017, will not survive the building of a hydroelectric power plant and dam in the middle of its habitat
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At the base of Guatemala’s Santa María volcano, a complex of four lava domes has been erupting almost constantly since 1922
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When ancient land-dwelling mammals returned to the sea, they lost a gene—a gene that scientists have discovered provides a crucial defense against a nasty class of pesticide
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With frequent rough terrain and unexpected barriers courtesy of Mother Nature, the great outdoors can often be a no-go for wheelchair users
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National Geographic 17h
Taryn Beri, an independent tā moko practitioner in Wellington, shares inspiration for the best sights, bites, and art in the city
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Crisp morning hikes, forests dotted with multicolored leaves, and early evening sunsets await autumn adventurers
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The matriarchs of Kihnu, Estonia, have kept their traditions alive for millennia—and they're more than happy to welcome tourists
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National Geographic 20h
Albatrosses can fly millions of miles during a lifetime, but they don’t live a solitary existence. Watch the full episode of Wild_Life with
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National Geographic 21h
Elaborate costumes and regalia have long marked the lives of royalty from countries of all shapes and sizes
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National Geographic 22h
"The Bears Ears monument is home to some of our nation's earliest antiquities. People can learn from that place. It is a library. It is an archive. It is a museum."
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National Geographic Oct 18
In the wild, archerfish spit to knock prey into the water. In the lab, researchers applied their sharpshooting abilities to test cognition. Here's how it worked
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National Geographic Oct 18
As CMO at National Geographic, is on a mission to raise awareness and change consumer behavior to make the world a better place
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National Geographic Oct 18
with and sky-watchers around the world with Skyfie, a new app allowing participants to share their view of the sky—and discover other perspectives
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National Geographic Oct 18
The ship was buried more than 1,000 years ago to serve as the final resting place of a prominent Viking king or queen
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National Geographic Oct 18
Unusually warm weather in the northern US is attracting tropical birds far outside their usual territory
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National Geographic Oct 18
The word “superhuman” tends to conjure images of Marvel comic characters, but these ordinary people are doing extraordinary things
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