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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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Meet The Ghost Shark—a Dead-eyed, Wing-finned Fish With A Retractable Sex Organ On Its Head

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Considered The “food Of The Gods,” The Chocolate-making Tradition Originated In The Maya World

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As The Planet Warms, Species Are Being Displaced—altering What People Can Eat, Sparking New Disease Risks, And More

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This Photographer embarked On A Quest To Document Some Of The World's Oldest Trees

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Lions Hunting Live From The Greater Kruger National Park

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Just a month after mating, a female octopus can lay as many as 100,000 eggs https://t.co/DlSAO0nYLy

Just A Month After Mating, A Female Octopus Can Lay As Many As 100,000 Eggs

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Portugal’s Azores Islands Are Considered One Of The Greenest Destinations In The World—take A Look

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What Makes Us Human? In Large Part It's That We Can Imagine Something—and Then Make It Real

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Photo Of The Day: Bringing Up The Caboose

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This Rodent Of Unusual Size Can Weigh Two Pounds And Reach Lengths Of 1.5 Ft (45 Cm)

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Nature Takes On A Whole New Kind Of Beauty When Viewed From Above

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Considering Most Of Earth Is Covered By Ocean, We Should Really Spend More Time At Sea

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Watch As Thousands Of Starlings Fly In Graceful Yet Eerie Murmurations Without Colliding

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From Holiday Feasts To Birthday Parties, Food Plays A Central Role In Celebrations Around The World.

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"she Ate So Much She Was Swimming Around Upside-down Aimlessly Like She Was Intoxicated."

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Photo Of The Day: Eye Contact

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What was it like to see the #Titanic underwater for the first time? Find out this Sunday https://t.co/g0QzGWrSFG

What Was It Like To See The #titanic Underwater For The First Time? Find Out This Sunday

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See The Surprising Relationship That Unfolded Between The Native Americans And Pilgrims—and Why A Holiday Was Creat…

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Flatfish Can Change Their Skin To Match The Ocean Floor, But Their Eyes Are On Top Of Their Head. How Do They Do It?

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Straws Are A Tiny Fraction Of Ocean Plastic—but Their Shape Makes Them One Of The Most Harmful To Marine Animals

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The bonds between albatrosses can last decades, and every year they return to this colony https://t.co/K54g7KAZDw

The Bonds Between Albatrosses Can Last Decades, And Every Year They Return To This Colony

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Naked Mole-rats Have Adapted To Use Fructose To Fuel Vital Organs When Oxygen Is Not Available

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Photo Of The Day: Eye Contact

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What Color Would A Chameleon In A Room Full Of Mirrors Be?

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No, You Can't Suck The Venom Out Of A Snakebite

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