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Analysis of the jawbone of a man who lived 40,000 years ago has revealed the clo...  

Analysis of the jawbone of a man who lived 40,000 years ago has revealed the closest direct descendant of a Neanderthal who mated with a modern human.

2015-06-22 21:59:21
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How would you caption this image? (By Ido Weisman) Join our #YourShot photo com...  

How would you caption this image? (By Ido Weisman)

2015-06-22 21:41:47
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Share with us your favorite moments from the road—the view through the windshiel...  

Share with us your favorite moments from the roadâ€"the view through the windshield, your favorite pit stop, or a shot from your final destinationâ€"by submitting a photo to the Road Trip assignment on #YourShot.

2015-06-22 21:17:38
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Photo of the Day: #YourShot member Sho Shibata captured a Mount Hakkoda forest i...  

Photo of the Day: #YourShot member Sho Shibata captured a Mount Hakkoda forest in Aomori, Japan, wreathed in morning mist. #photography

2015-06-22 19:53:07
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The majestic green sea turtle inhabits tropical and subtropical coastal waters a...  

The majestic green sea turtle inhabits tropical and subtropical coastal waters around the world. See beautiful photos of the reptile taken by our #YourShot community.

2015-06-22 11:38:45
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Elephant populations in Uganda have increased by 600 percent in the past few dec...  

Elephant populations in Uganda have increased by 600 percent in the past few decades, a new report saysâ€"despite an overall decline in the animal's population across Africa. Why?

2015-06-22 11:01:44
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Sky-watchers: This week, you can spot colorful northern lights and a stunning fe...  

Sky-watchers: This week, you can spot colorful northern lights and a stunning feature called the lunar wall. Find out how.

2015-06-22 10:44:28
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What are the most stunning sights you've seen on the road? See our editor's favo...  

What are the most stunning sights you've seen on the road? See our editor's favorite submissions to the Road Trip assignment on #YourShotâ€"and don't forget to upload your own.

2015-06-22 04:18:05
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Our video of the day: Experience the breathtaking Milky Way through these time-l...  

Our video of the day: Experience the breathtaking Milky Way through these time-lapses taken around the western United States. #ShortFilmShowcase

2015-06-22 03:46:33
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One child, one teacher and one book can change the world. “He Named Me Malala” i...  

One child, one teacher and one book can change the world. “He Named Me Malala” is coming to theaters in October. Pledge to see the film or donate to the Malala Fund here:

2015-06-21 23:01:01
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More than 27 million animals were traded internationally in 2013 for purposes ra...  

More than 27 million animals were traded internationally in 2013 for purposes ranging from garment production to traditional Chinese medicine, trophies, and scientific testing. Who are the world's biggest traders?

2015-06-21 22:14:21
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In honor of Father's Day, we asked five National Geographic photographers—who ar...  

In honor of Father's Day, we asked five National Geographic photographersâ€"who are also dadsâ€"to share an image that captures their personal meaning of fatherhood. See their heartwarming photographs.

2015-06-21 18:05:11
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Did you know that more sunlight doesn't always result in more heat? As the summe...  

Did you know that more sunlight doesn't always result in more heat? As the summer solstice hits the northern hemisphere Sunday, discover four things you didn't know about summer's beginning.

2015-06-21 18:04:58
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Photo of the Day: In this image by photographer Paul Nicklen, a pod of orcas hun...  

Photo of the Day: In this image by photographer Paul Nicklen, a pod of orcas hunts for herring in Norway's Andfjorden. #photography

2015-06-21 16:49:05
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Bedtime stories, roughhouse play, and sharing household chores can influence chi...  

Bedtime stories, roughhouse play, and sharing household chores can influence children's health and well-being in enormous ways, new research shows. Learn about the science behind the father-child relationship.

2015-06-21 09:52:17
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Our video of the day: Filmmaker Brandon Li contrasts the beauty of nature with t...  

Our video of the day: Filmmaker Brandon Li contrasts the beauty of nature with the harsh realities faced by many who live in poverty on the streets of India's holiest cities. #ShortFilmShowcase

2015-06-21 08:04:19
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Almost a decade in flight, the New Horizons spacecraft is approaching the enigma...  

Almost a decade in flight, the New Horizons spacecraft is approaching the enigmatic dwarf planet. What it will find there is anybody's guess.

2015-06-21 02:16:09
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A group of friends in Austria planted candles in a heart-and-cross pattern acros...  

A group of friends in Austria planted candles in a heart-and-cross pattern across a grassy mountainsideâ€"creating light that could be seen miles away. What did it mean?

2015-06-21 01:20:32
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Your weird animal question of the week: What can animal mummies tell us from bey...  

Your weird animal question of the week: What can animal mummies tell us from beyond the grave?

2015-06-20 23:32:43
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As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world ar...  

As the once-vilified drug becomes more accepted, researchers around the world are trying to understand how marijuana works and how it might fight disease.

2015-06-20 17:45:39
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This barred spiral galaxy has a supermassive black hole—140 million times the ma...  

This barred spiral galaxy has a supermassive black holeâ€"140 million times the mass of our sunâ€"in its center. Peruse through this gallery to see more of the week's most awe-inspiring pictures of our universe.

2015-06-20 14:54:41
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The first-ever papal encyclical on the environment—an emotionally charged, at ti...  

The first-ever papal encyclical on the environmentâ€"an emotionally charged, at times scathing look at how humankind has forsaken its stewardship of the earthâ€"has landed with elemental force. Can Pope Francis influence climate change?

2015-06-20 14:46:05
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A mother and daughter—who hadn't eaten in days—sit at home in an Eritrean refuge...  

A mother and daughterâ€"who hadn't eaten in daysâ€"sit at home in an Eritrean refugee camp in Suola, Ethiopia. In honor of World Refugee Day, see images that capture some of the world's most pressing humanitarian crises. #WorldRefugeeDay

2015-06-20 14:26:23
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See our editors' favorite entries to the National Geographic Traveler Photo Cont...  

See our editors' favorite entries to the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contestâ€"such as this snapshot taken by Roie Galitz in Tanzaniaâ€"and don't forget to submit your own.

2015-06-20 14:12:16
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Our editor's video of the day: Armed with a remotely operated   

Our editor's video of the day: Armed with a remotely operated mini­-helicopter, National Geographic engineer Alan Turchik gets a bird's­-eye view of 3,000-­year-­old Nubian burial chambers.

2015-06-20 06:31:49
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Numbers themselves don't lie, but how we represent them can be misleading—and ev...  

Numbers themselves don't lie, but how we represent them can be misleadingâ€"and even dangerous in the wrong hands. Here's how to spot the most accurate visualizations of data.

2015-06-20 01:58:47
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Photo of the Day: Despite busy streets and streams of tourists surrounding Istan...  

Photo of the Day: Despite busy streets and streams of tourists surrounding Istanbul's Sultan Ahmet Mosque, #YourShot member Michael O'Brien says "it is still possible to glimpse a timeless and ancient view." #photography

2015-06-20 01:10:43
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To track down the sources of smuggled ivory, some scientists are taking a new ap...  

To track down the sources of smuggled ivory, some scientists are taking a new approach: matching the DNA in stolen ivory samples to that of elephant dung.

2015-06-19 23:14:16
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Watch as an industrial rock crusher pulverizes a ton of raw and carved ivory pro...  

Watch as an industrial rock crusher pulverizes a ton of raw and carved ivory products in Times Squareâ€"a mission by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to speak out against poachers who kill 34,000 elephants every year for their tusks.

2015-06-19 17:12:46
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The deadly MERS virus, which has been hopscotching the globe for three years, ha...  

The deadly MERS virus, which has been hopscotching the globe for three years, has just landed in yet another country: Thailand. What will stop it from spreading?

2015-06-19 14:11:08
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In addition to 19 human lives claimed by recent catastrophic floods in Georgia,...  

In addition to 19 human lives claimed by recent catastrophic floods in Georgia, hundreds of animals have died or are left roaming the streets of Tbilisi.

2015-06-19 09:10:45
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Thinking it was still in its shell after hatching, this dime-size reptile stayed...  

Thinking it was still in its shell after hatching, this dime-size reptile stayed curled in a ball, its tail tucked over its shoulderâ€"giving us a rare peek into a developing chameleon's world.

2015-06-19 07:07:40
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Sicily's ancient Morgantina is one of archaeology's most neglected secrets—but i...  

Sicily's ancient Morgantina is one of archaeology's most neglected secretsâ€"but it is no secret to tomb robbers, who have made it one of the most looted historic sites on the planet.

2015-06-19 06:59:14
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Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Claire Thomas, a camel yawns...  

Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Claire Thomas, a camel yawns alongside Egypt's majestic Pyramids at Giza. #photography

2015-06-19 04:04:50
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Our editor's video of the day: Watch as top skateboarder Yoshi Tanenbaum turns t...  

Our editor's video of the day: Watch as top skateboarder Yoshi Tanenbaum turns the city into his own playgroundâ€"finding skating spots among the cracked bricks and cobblestones of Boston.

2015-06-19 03:34:32
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Could we ever see a real "Jurassic World"? Find out how some paleontologists are...  

Could we ever see a real "Jurassic World"? Find out how some paleontologists are exploring ways to revive dinosaur traitsâ€"by reverse-engineering birds to look more like their dinosaur ancestors.

2015-06-18 11:39:51
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In Tbilisi, Georgia, this past weekend, a fatal flood unleashed zoo animals—and...  

In Tbilisi, Georgia, this past weekend, a fatal flood unleashed zoo animalsâ€"and a slew of troubling images on social mediaâ€""but the human death toll ... has been downplayed. Or ignored," writes National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek. Hear his firsthand perspective on the disaster. #EdenWalk

2015-06-18 10:31:19
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Initial reports suggested that the Nepal earthquake in April decreased the heigh...  

Initial reports suggested that the Nepal earthquake in April decreased the height of Mount Everest by several inchesâ€"but scientists have confirmed that, while the mountain shifted, it did not actually shrink.

2015-06-18 08:07:31
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When scientists took a week-long trek into Cameroon's Dja Faunal Reserve, a Worl...  

When scientists took a week-long trek into Cameroon's Dja Faunal Reserve, a World Heritage Site known for its 50-plus mammal species, they found poaching camps and gun cartridgesâ€"but few signs of animals.

2015-06-18 03:39:56
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Our video of the day: It took artist and rock climber Jeremy Collins seven hours...  

Our video of the day: It took artist and rock climber Jeremy Collins seven hours to complete this masterpiece. Watch it comes to life in less than two minutes in this mesmerizing time-lapse. #ShortFilmShowcase

2015-06-18 03:13:44
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A date traditionally is the first food to pass one's lips after the sun goes dow...  

A date traditionally is the first food to pass one's lips after the sun goes down during Ramadan, the month-long period of spiritual reflectionâ€"and fastingâ€"that began this week. What's so special about the sticky fruit? #FutureofFood

2015-06-18 03:04:58
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A persistent, lopsided cloud of dust is hanging around our moon, scientists have...  

A persistent, lopsided cloud of dust is hanging around our moon, scientists have found. What is it, exactly?

2015-06-18 02:06:17
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As part of a growing movement to destroy ivory stockpiles and raise public aware...  

As part of a growing movement to destroy ivory stockpiles and raise public awareness of the illegal trade, roughly one ton of elephant ivory will be crushed in front of thousands of spectators in Times Square this week.

2015-06-18 01:06:29
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"This turned out to be the last photo I took during what was the best snowboardi...  

"This turned out to be the last photo I took during what was the best snowboarding trip of my life," says photographer Scott Serfas of this image of snowboarder and National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Travis Rice in Alaska's Tordrillo Mountains.

2015-06-17 21:37:21
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The Roman Catholic Church has been moving for decades to take environmental issu...  

The Roman Catholic Church has been moving for decades to take environmental issues seriouslyâ€"including Pope Francis, who will make a formal case this week that curbing global warming is a moral imperative.

2015-06-17 21:30:48
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Caped druids, antler-wearing poets, and thousands more revelers will descend on...  

Caped druids, antler-wearing poets, and thousands more revelers will descend on Stonehenge to greet the year's longest dayâ€"one of the few occasions on which people are allowed to stand inside the circle.

2015-06-17 20:14:36
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Called "masquerading," posing as twigs, rocks, or even poop can be life-saving—a...  

Called "masquerading," posing as twigs, rocks, or even poop can be life-savingâ€"and is common in the animal world. Learn about how one critter gets its famous disguise.

2015-06-17 19:18:01
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"I've spent much of the last decade photographing young women and girls who were...  

"I've spent much of the last decade photographing young women and girls who were forced into marriage at very young ages and became mothers while still children themselves," says Stephanie Sinclair of why she chose the Mother and Child theme for a #YourShot assignment.

2015-06-17 16:09:39
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A new or reemerging virus capable of killing animals could also be the harbinger...  

A new or reemerging virus capable of killing animals could also be the harbinger of a human pandemicâ€"such as Ebola, HIV/AIDS, SARS, and MERS. Could a healthcare system for animals change that?

2015-06-17 09:56:37
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Peering to the edge of the visible cosmos with some of the most powerful telesco...  

Peering to the edge of the visible cosmos with some of the most powerful telescopes on the planet, astronomers have detected light from the very first generation of stars to emerge after the Big Bang.

2015-06-17 08:40:24
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Our editor's video of the day: As habitat loss and poaching threaten Russia's dw...  

Our editor's video of the day: As habitat loss and poaching threaten Russia's dwindling tiger population, meet one group that is focused on protecting the precious big cats.

2015-06-17 07:06:38
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Photo of the Day: In this scene captured by #YourShot member Mark Duffy, Niagara...  

Photo of the Day: In this scene captured by #YourShot member Mark Duffy, Niagara Falls takes on an otherworldly pallor when the windchill temperature plummets to 40º below zero in Ontario, Canada. #photography

2015-06-17 05:54:57
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A photograph of a raccoon appearing to hitch a ride atop an alligator has made t...  

A photograph of a raccoon appearing to hitch a ride atop an alligator has made the rounds on the Internetâ€"but at least one biologist and some photographers have doubts about its veracity. What's actually happening in the picture?

2015-06-16 23:51:20
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"It's possible that DDT could be responsible for raising the risk of breast canc...  

"It's possible that DDT could be responsible for raising the risk of breast cancer for a whole generation of women," says scientist Shanna Swan, of new research linking the insecticide to a fourfold increased risk of developing the disease.

2015-06-16 21:41:44
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Our editor's video of the day: "I opened my eye and there was a moose nostril th...  

Our editor's video of the day: "I opened my eye and there was a moose nostril three inches from my face," says National Geographic Explorer Gregg Treinish of an accidental nighttime rendezvous with an amorous moose. Hear his story.

2015-06-16 18:10:32
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National Geographic's Pristine Seas team is currently exploring and capturing th...  

National Geographic's Pristine Seas team is currently exploring and capturing the beauty of the Arctic. Find out how they are raising awareness about the rapidly disappearing summer sea ice that is crucial for wildlife and Inuit communities. #LoveTheOcean

2015-06-16 15:59:03
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Watch: Are the macaques of Gibraltar just manipulating tourists for free handout...  

Watch: Are the macaques of Gibraltar just manipulating tourists for free handoutsâ€"or is there more to this interspecies relationship?

2015-06-16 13:11:15
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Sunshine pierces a peaceful scene in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. On the west sid...  

Sunshine pierces a peaceful scene in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. On the west side of Kyushu Island, Kumamoto is dominated by the Aso-san volcanic caldera, the largest in the world.

2015-06-16 07:23:02
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Photo of the Day: Musicians perform during the Gitan Pilgrimage in the Camargue...  

Photo of the Day: Musicians perform during the Gitan Pilgrimage in the Camargue town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer on the southern coast of France in this image by #YourShot member Olivier Galibert. #photography

2015-06-16 05:53:50
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Tiger claws sold to treat insomnia, tiger nose skin to heal wounds, and tiger "w...  

Tiger claws sold to treat insomnia, tiger nose skin to heal wounds, and tiger "wine"â€"made from ground-up bonesâ€"are just a few of the ways that 1,700 of the big cats were used after being sold in 2013. Through this collection of graphics, discover the surprising ways animals are traded around the worldâ€"and who the biggest dealers are.

2015-06-16 04:08:11
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Sky-watchers: This week, spot a celestial "snow globe," a stunning Venus-Jupiter...  

Sky-watchers: This week, spot a celestial "snow globe," a stunning Venus-Jupiter alignment, and the June solstice. Find out how.

2015-06-16 02:18:20
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Our editor's video of the day: 3.3-million-year-old artifacts reveal that our an...  

Our editor's video of the day: 3.3-million-year-old artifacts reveal that our ancestors were shaping rocks into tools far earlier than thought.

2015-06-15 22:01:10
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Photo of the Day: Lake O'Hara, pictured here, nestles in the Canadian Rockies at...  

Photo of the Day: Lake O'Hara, pictured here, nestles in the Canadian Rockies at more than 6,600 feet (2,011 meters) "like an emerald in a bowl of mountains," wrote paleontologist Charles Walcott in 1911. #photography

2015-06-15 20:38:37
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No one foresaw in December of 2013 that the little boy who fell ill in a West Af...  

No one foresaw in December of 2013 that the little boy who fell ill in a West African village would be the starting point of a gruesome epidemicâ€"and that his eventual death would be the first of many thousands. What have we since learned about the behavior of Ebola?

2015-06-15 19:29:02
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America and the Soviet Union, deadlocked in the Cold War, set their sights on th...  

America and the Soviet Union, deadlocked in the Cold War, set their sights on the final frontier: space. On a new episode of American Genius on the National Geographic Channel, go inside the decade-long struggle between the two superpowers as they set out to conquer the moon.

2015-06-15 18:59:44
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"Georgians are wonderful people. Warm. Hospitable. Funny. Cultured. Life-loving,...  

"Georgians are wonderful people. Warm. Hospitable. Funny. Cultured. Life-loving," writes National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek who has walked through the Eurasian country for two years. But, he says, "[they] are the most inept pedestrians in the world." #EdenWalk

2015-06-15 17:24:55
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Two teenagers lost their arms and suffered other serious injuries this weekend a...  

Two teenagers lost their arms and suffered other serious injuries this weekend after being bitten by sharks in Oak Island, North Carolina. As shark attacks continue to rise, here's what you need to know about the fierce predatorsâ€"and how to protect yourself at the beach.

2015-06-15 17:23:43
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For the first time, scientists say they've created a flexible and transparent li...  

For the first time, scientists say they've created a flexible and transparent light source with carbon in its purest formâ€"a discovery that could one day transform computers by using light rather than electronic circuits.

2015-06-15 13:03:35
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Following seven dark months of hibernation, the European Space Agency's Philae l...  

Following seven dark months of hibernation, the European Space Agency's Philae landerâ€"which shut down after bouncing away from its landing spot on a cometâ€"has contacted Earth. What does it mean?

2015-06-15 11:43:12
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Help us caption this image by #YourShot member Giedrius Stakauskas. Join our p...  

Help us caption this image by #YourShot member Giedrius Stakauskas.

2015-06-15 05:10:12
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"If this surgery were to go through and if it works, it's going to give him a li...  

"If this surgery were to go through and if it works, it's going to give him a life. It's life-changing. He'll be able to do the things he could only dream of," says Briana Alessi, a friend of the world's first-ever patient to potentially receive a full head transplant. What's the status on the controversial procedure?

2015-06-14 20:42:55
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On Mars, orbiting instruments spotted glass—shown here in green—which formed as...  

On Mars, orbiting instruments spotted glassâ€"shown here in greenâ€"which formed as the result of extreme heat on the planet. Feed your need for heavenly views of the universe with this gallery of recent images from space.

2015-06-14 17:21:35
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Watch: Nearly two dozen dogs spend their golden years frolicking together a the...  

Watch: Nearly two dozen dogs spend their golden years frolicking together a the House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary. Get a glimpse inside.

2015-06-14 15:43:39
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Horses and humans have an ancient relationship that is still relevant in many cu...  

Horses and humans have an ancient relationship that is still relevant in many culturesâ€"often linked to heroic exploits in war. Peruse through photos of the noble animal taken by our #YourShot community.

2015-06-14 15:20:44
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Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Joel Koczwarski, a lone woma...  

Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Joel Koczwarski, a lone woman passes by an ancient mosque in Bukhara, Uzebekistan, as dusk falls on the city. #photography

2015-06-14 12:54:05
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Did you know that some sections of the Magna Carta remain in English law today?...  

Did you know that some sections of the Magna Carta remain in English law today? On its 800th anniversary, discover ten facts you probably didn't know about one of the world's most famous historical documents.

2015-06-14 12:44:10
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Our editor's video of the day: This green sea turtle was caught in a discarded f...  

Our editor's video of the day: This green sea turtle was caught in a discarded fishing net in the Pacific Oceanâ€"until scientists found him and set him free. See footage of the rescue.

2015-06-14 04:56:18
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Fuel made from sugarcane, bug-proof coatings, and 3-D printing? Learn about new...  

Fuel made from sugarcane, bug-proof coatings, and 3-D printing? Learn about new materials and technologies that could soon help us reduce harmful airplane emissions.

2015-06-14 02:29:12
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Your weird animal question of the week: Do animals laugh? Have a question for...  

Your weird animal question of the week: Do animals laugh?

2015-06-13 22:40:31
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Our video of the day: With his drawings of life in post-war Afghanistan, reporta...  

Our video of the day: With his drawings of life in post-war Afghanistan, reportage illustrator George Butler hopes to change the public perception of a place that "is almost always described as dangerous." #ShortFilmShowcase

2015-06-13 22:14:21
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"[The octopus] has venom like a snake, ink like an old fashioned pen, a beak lik...  

"[The octopus] has venom like a snake, ink like an old fashioned pen, a beak like a parrot, can taste with their skin, and can change color and shape. These are amazing powers," says author and naturalist Sy Montgomery of the mysterious invertebrate. But do the creatures also have souls?

2015-06-13 17:18:22
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"There's always a point on a trip or expedition, whether successful or not, when...  

"There's always a point on a trip or expedition, whether successful or not, when you finally get to catch your breath and look back on what you've accomplished," says National Geographic Explorer Martin Edstrom, after spending a week living inside Vietnam's Son Doong Cave to document its massive, breathtaking caverns. #LetsExplore

2015-06-13 15:51:22
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Watch: Climbers Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold tell their story of scaling an epi...  

Watch: Climbers Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold tell their story of scaling an epic California peak, finding stunning views of natureâ€"including the mountain they had actually intended to climb.

2015-06-13 13:32:04
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Today, June 13, marks International Albinism Awareness Day—declared by the Unite...  

Today, June 13, marks International Albinism Awareness Dayâ€"declared by the United Nations decades ago after a Canadian boy was bullied for having poor eyesight, pale skin, and white hair from a genetic condition as old as humanity.

2015-06-13 13:10:09
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Photo of the Day: "This buffalo stayed and had a few more sips of water while I...  

Photo of the Day: "This buffalo stayed and had a few more sips of water while I snapped a few pictures ... We both stood quietly for just a moment before she turned and walked away," writes Wes Eisenhauer of this image taken in South Dakota's Custer State Park. #photography

2015-06-13 06:10:02
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"It is a unique land that makes you feel like you moved to another planet," writ...  

"It is a unique land that makes you feel like you moved to another planet," writes Sakhr Abdullah of this image taken in Saudi Arabia's Gharameel desert.

2015-06-12 22:29:38
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Our editor's video of the day: National Geographic Explorer Shivani Bhalla's non...  

Our editor's video of the day: National Geographic Explorer Shivani Bhalla's nonprofitâ€"Ewaso Lionsâ€"aims to help herders better coexist with the lions, giving them the best chance at survival. #LetsExplore

2015-06-12 19:06:03
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By deploying microphones on chipmunks in Quebec's Green Mountains Nature Reserve...  

By deploying microphones on chipmunks in Quebec's Green Mountains Nature Reserve, scientists have received unprecedented data on how and when the burrowing rodents call. What have they learned?

2015-06-12 14:19:51
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Photo of the Day: Photographer Elena Bobrova writes that the inside of Indonesia...  

Photo of the Day: Photographer Elena Bobrova writes that the inside of Indonesia's Grubug Cave was "so beautiful that someone called it the light of heaven." #photography

2015-06-12 10:23:43
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Orcas prefer to hunt herring where they can force them toward the surface—like t...  

Orcas prefer to hunt herring where they can force them toward the surfaceâ€"like the pale shallows of this branch of Norway's Andfjorden. Learn more about the culture of orcas in the July issue of

2015-06-12 08:07:33
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Do you know what password to give a gorilla to be welcomed into its family? Or t...  

Do you know what password to give a gorilla to be welcomed into its family? Or that our early ancestors got frisky with a different species? Find out the five most fascinating facts we learned at National Geographic's Explorers Week.

2015-06-12 06:37:24
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In a fiery crackdown on illegal fishing, officials from the Pacific island natio...  

In a fiery crackdown on illegal fishing, officials from the Pacific island nation of Palau burned a cluster of Vietnamese fishing boats off their coast on Thursday, sending black smoke and flames over turquoise water.

2015-06-12 04:38:43
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The elephant population in Tanzania—one of the world's biggest sources of illega...  

The elephant population in Tanzaniaâ€"one of the world's biggest sources of illegal ivoryâ€"has plummeted by more than 60 percent during the past five years, the country's government announced.

2015-06-12 02:38:59
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Photo of the Day: "I really fell in love with this region, where you can find th...  

Photo of the Day: "I really fell in love with this region, where you can find these beautiful field views without any distracting elements," writes #YourShot member Lukáš Ildža of this image taken in the Czech Republic. #photography

2015-06-11 22:49:14
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LIVE NOW: Embark on a journey with conservationists who have worked tirelessly t...  

LIVE NOW: Embark on a journey with conservationists who have worked tirelessly to protect the mountain gorillas of Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Tune in to our livestream here at 1:30pm EST to hear the discussion with park director Emmanuel de Merode and park ranger Innocent Mburanumweâ€"a 2015 Emerging Explorerâ€"and post your questions below using #LetsExplore.

2015-06-11 18:39:58
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Populations of the big cats have increased threefold in some parts of Russia, li...  

Populations of the big cats have increased threefold in some parts of Russia, likely due to tougher stances on poaching and illegal wildlife trade.

2015-06-11 18:31:14
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Our editor's video of the day: Peel-and-stick solar cells developed by National...  

Our editor's video of the day: Peel-and-stick solar cells developed by National Geographic Emerging Explorer Xiaolin Zheng could revolutionize the way we harness the immense energy of the sun. #LetsExplore

2015-06-11 17:51:09
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Show us the best sights you've found while exploring—such as this volcanic lands...  

Show us the best sights you've found while exploringâ€"such as this volcanic landscape in Bali, captured by #YourShot member Mike Morganâ€"by uploading your photos to the #LetsExplore challenge.

2015-06-11 16:43:39
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Recently discovered footage showing Earhart preparing for one of her last flight...  

Recently discovered footage showing Earhart preparing for one of her last flights has circulated online, reigniting interest in the woman who was first to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

2015-06-11 15:42:36
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"If we can make insect-sized robots, then we can also make novel tools for thing...  

"If we can make insect-sized robots, then we can also make novel tools for things like minimally invasive surgical proceduresâ€"something we are currently working on," says National Geographic Explorer Rob Wood of his revolutionary invention of small, flying robotsâ€"or Micro Air Vehicles. #LetsExplore

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