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National Geographic
Reporting our world daily: original nature and science news from National Geographic.
»What John Glenn Told National Geographic In His Last Interview 
 
»2016 Was a Big Year for Oil Pipelines. Here Are 3 Takeaways. 
 
»Intimate Pictures of John Glenn's Historic Mission to Orbit Earth 
 
»John Glenn, Pioneering Astronaut, Dies at Age 95 
 
»Praying Mantis Looks Like a Flower—And Now We Know Why 
 The mantis orchid of Southeast Asia evolved in a way that's completely unique to insects.
»These Fish Evolved to Live in Extremely Toxic Water 
 
»How Pet Dogs Are Helping Out Their Endangered Kin in the Wild 
 Florida canines have successfully tested collars that may help African wild dogs avoid dying in snares.
»First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber 
 
»Child Mummy Found With Oldest Known Smallpox Virus 
 
»Here Comes Santa Claus—and He’s Going to School 
 
»Watch: Baby Rhino Shot by Poachers Rescued 
 
»No Electricity? A Low-Tech Refrigerator That Keeps Things Chilled 
 
»Fighting the Underground Trade in Hippo Teeth 
 Investigators suspect an illicit trade in hippo teeth in Uganda is feeding Asia’s ivory markets.
»75 Years On, Pearl Harbor Survivors Forgive—But Can't Forget 
 
»Mysterious Ocean Blob Found for First Time in a Century 
 
»14 Not-Fake Shark Pictures From a Real Nat Geo Photographer 
 
»A Rare Look at the Disappearing World of Antarctica's Whales 
 As the southern continent rapidly warms, some whale populations are booming—while others are suffering from lack of ice.
»Man Who Punched Kangaroo to Save His Dog Risked His Life 
 
»Doomed Spacecraft Begins Final Dives Near Saturn’s Rings 
 
»An Early Benefactor of Bite-Size Benevolence 
 
»Watch 4,000 Endangered Toads Fly Commercial for Release Into Wild 
 
»How Racism, Arrogance, and Incompetence Led to Pearl Harbor 
 
»The Surprisingly Humanlike Ways Animals Feel Pain 
 
»U.S., Egypt Sign Agreement to Thwart Trade in Illegal Antiquities 
 
»The Rare Beauty of Dozens of Migrating Humpback Whales 
 
»A Lioness Killing a Leopard Cub Floored These Filmmakers 
 
»Castaway Ghost Spiders Flew to Robinson Crusoe Island 
 Scientists studying these airborne arachnids have discovered at least three new species in the remote Pacific, a new study says.
»How a Lowly Hedgehog Raised the Bar on Wildlife Care 
 
»New Giant, Air-Breathing Fish Discovered 
 
»Supermoon Meteors and 7 More Can’t-Miss Sky Events in December 
 
»Watch a Rescued Baby Wombat Bond With His Caretaker 
 
»Why Antarctica Is So Hard on the Body—Even for Buzz Aldrin 
 The vast polar desert is the driest place on Earth, with punishing winds and frigid temperatures.
»Four Million Commutes Reveal New U.S. 'Megaregions' 
 
»World's Largest Cluster of Sinkholes Discovered 
 
»14 Incredible Photos of African Predators in Action 
 To survive the harsh world of the African savanna, lions, leopards, hyenas, and more must constantly be on the hunt.
»Nuking Hurricanes: The Surprising History of a Really Bad Idea 
 
»We May Finally Know Why Astronauts Get Deformed Eyeballs 
 
»The Snow Leopard's Best Friend 
 
»A Third of People Given Antibiotics Don't Need Them 
 
»3 Dams to Be Removed in American West to Restore Rivers 
 
»Why Trump Can't Make Coal Great Again 
 
»A Forgotten Adventure With a Telepathic Tribe 
 
»Haunting Photos Show Source of Illegal Carbon Emissions in China 
 
»Why NASA's First Good Look at Mars Almost Ended Its Exploration 
 
»He May Actually Be the Most Interesting Man in the World 
 
»Dramatic Images Show Cannibal Leopard and Prey 
 
»Here's What Placebos Can Heal—And What They Can't 
 
»In Photos: Life in Castro's Cuba 
 
»This Is Why Insects Rule the World 
 Some clever adaptations have allowed beetles, ants, and more bugs to thrive worldwide—even in Antarctica.
»See the Historic Maps Declassified by the CIA 
 
»800-Pound Groupers Making a Comeback—But Not Everyone's Happy 
 Some Florida fishermen say Atlantic goliath groupers are eating too many fish, but scientists argue the behemoths still need our protection.
»Bypassing Bollywood, a Filmmaker Focuses on Wildlife Conservation 
 
»Our Favorite Pictures of Turkeys for Thanksgiving 
 
»Elephant Refugees Flee to Last Stronghold in Africa 
 A national park in Botswana is struggling to support the staggering number of animals fleeing from poaching in other countries.
»Watch an Eel Battle an Octopus—Which Gets a Meal? 
 
»Unearthing a Giant Marine Reptile 
 
»Turkeys Can Swim—And Other Fun Facts for Thanksgiving Table Talk 
 
»Rare Photos of Brazilian Tribe Spur Pleas to Protect It 
 
»NASA Team Claims ‘Impossible’ Space Engine Works—Get the Facts 
 
»How Wildlife May Fare Under Trump 
 The Trump Administration could change much about how the U.S. protects wildlife at home and abroad.
»How to Map a River With Gunpowder 
 
»Where, and When, Will the Next Volcano Erupt? 
 
»Images: Surprising Discovery Shows Dozens of Mummified Baby Crocodiles 
 
»Why Our First Alien Encounter Could Happen Soon 
 
»Supermoon Tide Leaves Octopus Stranded in Parking Garage 
 
»9 Animals With Misleading Names 
 A bearcat that's neither bear nor cat and a catshark called a dogfish are among some of our favorite scientific misnomers.
»Two Bull Moose Found Frozen in Mortal Combat 
 
»Oldest Woman in Space Set to Break U.S. Astronaut Record 
 
»Pangolins Released Into Wild May Be Recaptured and Eaten 
 The largest ever release of rescued pangolins gave 46 of them a second shot. But chances are that some will again fall victim to poachers.
»8 Real-Life ‘Fantastic Beasts’ and Where to Find Them 
 
»These Moths Are the Size of Your Eyelash—And in Big Trouble 
 Hawaii's micromoths may be under threat as their food source—the islands' native plants—disappear.
»Tracking the Secret Lives of Ocean Predators 
 
»Watch Strange Bugs Battle It Out 
 
»Around the World in 12 Toilet Pictures 
 
»These Beautiful Maps Reveal the Secret Lives of Animals 
 
»Astronomers Home In on Source of Strange Radio Burst 
 
»Anchoring Bangladesh's Ancient Boatbuilding Technology 
 
»A Wild Horse on the Comeback Trail 
 
»U.S.'s Longest Cat-Proof Fence Protects Endangered Birds 
 
»360° Orangutan School for Orphaned Babies 
 
»The Best New Maps, According to Cartographers 
 
»Captive Elephants Freed From a Life in Chains 
 Thanks to solar-powered, electric-fenced corrals, the chains have come off some captive elephants in Nepal.
»This Never Before Seen Spider Looks Like a Leaf 
 Scientists stumbled upon the potentially new species in a Chinese rain forest.
»A Modern-Day Caveman 
 
»Giant Roaches Can Grow Big Testicles When They Need Them 
 
»What Does Trump Mean for America's Lands and Waters? 
 
»3 Tiny Salamander Species Found, Each Smaller Than a Coin 
 
»Mysterious Winds Cause Rapid Melting of Antarctic Ice 
 
»These 10 Innovators Are Changing the World, From Oceans to Eye Care 
 
»Mars Is Still a Priority Under Trump 
 
»Famous Dian Fossey Gorilla Presumed Dead at 38 
 Cantsbee, one of the hundreds of apes that the scientist knew and studied, was an exceptional leader.
»Fear of Needles? There's New Tech on the Way 
 
»Watch an Extreme Close-Up of a Young Bear Playing in a River 
 
»Mars Quest Reminds Us What Can Happen When We Work Together 
 
»11 Striking Pictures of This Week's Supermoon 
 
»How Cats Clawed Their Way Into Our Hearts 
 
»Reining in the Rain 
 
»These Tiny Organisms Have Some Really Weird Shapes 
 
»Stunning Fall Pictures Taken by Drones 
 
»Will the Trump Administration Weed Out Medical Marijuana? 
 
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