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The greenhouse gas is the primary pollutant responsible for climate change. This gas, however, also plays a key role in life on Earth on.natgeo.com/3Feu7xe
Why carbon dioxide is both friend and foe
nationalgeographic.com
 
While radiotherapy is an effective way to fight cancer, current technologies cannot reach tumors deep inside the body. Physicists are hoping to change that on.natgeo.com/3uxO9Ok
How do you kill hard-to-reach tumors? Particle physics is on the case.
nationalgeographic.com
 
Cardinals are known for their bright red color—so why is this one yellow?
 
Japan’s leaders had hatched a daring plan to let the United States know who was in control of the Pacific. The surprise attack had been in the works for months before the first bombs fell on.natgeo.com/3P8vOAS
Japan had little chance of victoryso why did it attack Pearl Harbor?
nationalgeographic.com
 
Horses' hooves raise dust as they walk in a line with the setting sun in the background in South Australia
 
The oldest DNA ever analyzed shows that reindeer and mastodons once wandered a nearly unrecognizable Greenland on.natgeo.com/3Y299dI
2-million-year-old DNA reveals a lost Arctic world
nationalgeographic.com
 
Following the crop cycles in California and Mexico, generations of Mexican farmworkers have migrated back and forth to provide for their families on.natgeo.com/3Fy5tcv
These families lead double lives across the U.S.-Mexico border
nationalgeographic.com
 
A photographer goes on the road with traveling circus troupes—storytellers, tricksters, and acrobats who fill the modern big top with timeless charm on.natgeo.com/3VEczli
Glimpse the lives behind the magic of Europes family circuses
nationalgeographic.com
 
Whether dinosaurs were some degree of “semiaquatic” has continued to vex researchers. Now, a new discovery adds a duck-like species to their narrow ranks on.natgeo.com/3h7AJFC
 
During the darkest days of winter, Christians prepare for one of their religion’s most important holidays during the season of Advent on.natgeo.com/3FwNx1T
What is Adventand why do we mark it with treat-filled calendars?
nationalgeographic.com
 
Each year, researchers around the world contribute to humanity’s accumulation of knowledge. Here are some of the year’s most remarkable discoveries on.natgeo.com/3FxPefq
The 22 most amazing discoveries of 2022
nationalgeographic.com
 
Arctic foxes don't usually get this close to humans, but this one was feeling brave
 
The terrible, choking fog in December 1952 would affect British health—and its climate—for years to come. Here’s how the fog struck the chilly city—and how it still affects the United Kingdom today on.natgeo.com/3BdXNtj
The Great Smog of London woke the world to the dangers of coal
nationalgeographic.com
 
Bad luck or bad blood might have caused the death of Charles Francis Hall on this disastrous voyage to the North Pole—but the jury is still out on.natgeo.com/3VJ34kY
This Arctic murder mystery remains unsolved after 150 years
nationalgeographic.com
 
On the latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo, meet the people who are crucial in helping National Geographic’s photographers out in the field on.natgeo.com/3VBgHm5
 
The Martian interior may not be as lifeless as its face. New studies suggest it’s possible that some hardy microbes managed to survive underground in a frozen state on.natgeo.com/3FwWM1O
Life just might exist on Mars after all
nationalgeographic.com
 
The scars from industrial activities can take decades or more to repair, but some have found promise in the destruction on.natgeo.com/3Y2jru6
See relics of Europes industrial past reimagined as amusement parks
nationalgeographic.com
 
These huge herbivores are known for their enormous teeth, aggressive nature, and the myth that they sweat blood. Here’s what you need to know about one of Africa’s most dangerous animals on.natgeo.com/3uq0gNx
Hippopotamus, facts and photos
nationalgeographic.com
 
A once famous martial artist who taught thousands of students now bides his time at a hilltop temple that dates back to the Ming Dynasty, writing poems by the kilo on.natgeo.com/3h1Qxd0
At a remote temple in China, a Kung Fu master keeps the past alive
nationalgeographic.com
 
From Alaska’s Denali National Park and Reserve to Indonesia’s lush rainforests, these photographs reflect the beauty of our world through fresh perspectives on.natgeo.com/3H9sB28
These are the best travel photos of 2022
nationalgeographic.com
 
In the new Nat Geo series, Limitless With Chris Hemsworth, the actor challenges his mind and body in an extreme quest to develop habits that might extend his life on.natgeo.com/3FswmOJ
To uncover the secrets of longevity, Chris Hemsworth put his body on the line
nationalgeographic.com
 
The greenhouse gas is the primary pollutant responsible for climate change. This gas, however, also plays a key role in life on Earth on.natgeo.com/3YbHqaH
Why carbon dioxide is both friend and foe
nationalgeographic.com
 
Get a true bird's-eye view of Scotland's seaside cliffs
 
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the mini-sub washed ashore in Hawaii in December 1941. Then came the fight over who’d get to keep it on.natgeo.com/3VwwBhq
 
A gelada leaps between two large rocks at Simen Mountains National Park, Ethiopia
 
Despite climate change increasingly disrupting life on Earth, the past year gave us several reasons to be optimistic for the planet's future. Here are six environmental wins from 2022 on.natgeo.com/3iD8uyW
6 environmental wins that gave us hope in 2022
nationalgeographic.com
 
At a Ugandan center for women with disabilities, a photographer asked her subjects how they wished to be depicted: Capable, equal, and intelligent, they told her on.natgeo.com/3h2Q8Y0
These radiant portraits show women as they want to be seen
nationalgeographic.com
 
From museum- and beach-hopping in Los Angeles to skiing down the slopes near Vienna, here are 10 urban destinations where you can either escape or embrace the season on.natgeo.com/3FquUfO
Winter is coming. These trips help you embrace itor escape it.
nationalgeographic.com
 
A new study is the first to show parasites can influence behavior in gray wolves—compelling researchers to think more broadly about what influences how animals act on.natgeo.com/3B9wIaN
This parasite manipulates the minds of wolves, ratsand maybe even you
nationalgeographic.com
 
In the coming year, planetary alignments, perfectly timed meteor showers, and a pair of solar eclipses will delight stargazers around the world on.natgeo.com/3P8aED1
11 spectacular night sky events to see in 2023
nationalgeographic.com
 
During the darkest days of winter, Christians prepare for one of their religion’s most important holidays during the season of Advent on.natgeo.com/3XZ0YPa
What is Adventand why do we mark it with treat-filled calendars?
nationalgeographic.com
 
At top speed, a cheetah covers nearly nine meters with each stride #InternationalCheetahDay
 
The scars from industrial activities can take decades or more to repair, but some have found promise in the destruction on.natgeo.com/3BaCAAl
See relics of Europes industrial past reimagined as amusement parks
nationalgeographic.com
 
Nearly 40 percent of long COVID patients suffer from the disorienting condition. Destroyed connections between brain cells may be to blame on.natgeo.com/3umkqYz
Why does COVID-19 cause brain fog? Scientists may finally have an answer.
nationalgeographic.com
 
Happy #InternationalCheetahDay! Enjoy this image from our archives of a cheetah perching on a tree trunk in the Naboisho Conservancy, Kenya
 
Sharks, reptiles, and songbirds were among the hundreds of species that received new or increased global protections at a two-week summit on the international wildlife trade on.natgeo.com/3h0Y6Rl
Sharks win key protections at the world wildlife summit
nationalgeographic.com
 
Researchers have discovered that often-overlooked ant pupae provide a crucial service to the colony on.natgeo.com/3FrEHm5
Ants make milk? This new discovery took scientists by surprise
nationalgeographic.com
 
Celebrated over eight days and nights, Hanukkah commemorates a people’s uprising and holy miracle from more than 2,000 years ago on.natgeo.com/3B7xDZ8
Hanukkah: The history and traditions of the Festival of Lights
nationalgeographic.com
 
Although many people consider the solstice the first day of winter, meteorologists say winter begins on December 1. Here’s the difference between astronomical and meteorological seasons on.natgeo.com/3B3lfJt
When does winter start? Heres why each season begins twice.
nationalgeographic.com
 
From the mists of Loch Ness to the wilds of Australia, fantastical beasts are spawning a lucrative—and controversial—form of tourism on.natgeo.com/3iCedoY
How Nessie and the Yeti birthed a global cryptid-chasing industry
nationalgeographic.com
 
Although often associated with humanity's negative impact on Earth, algae could also play key roles in slowing climate change on.natgeo.com/3XXknju
5 surprising ways algae is driving innovation
nationalgeographic.com
 
It's hard to resist the charms of playful seals—but just remember it's best to keep your distance from wild animals
 
A once famous martial artist who taught thousands of students now bides his time at a hilltop temple that dates back to the Ming Dynasty, writing poems by the kilo on.natgeo.com/3B75Fwt
At a remote temple in China, a Kung Fu master keeps the past alive
nationalgeographic.com
 
Oat, soy, hemp, and more: If you’re looking to ditch dairy, the options can be overwhelming. Here’s what you need to know about each milk's environmental effects on.natgeo.com/3UuEJxB
 
Arch Canyon within Bears Ears National Monument, Utah
 
Cathedral construction was a massive undertaking that took generations of work by everyone from artists and architects to prisoners of war on.natgeo.com/3HofQRB
It took a village to build Europes Gothic cathedrals
nationalgeographic.com
 
Out of millions of images, just 49 were selected as the best photos of the year. Our photo editors give a glimpse behind the scenes of 9 of these compelling images on.natgeo.com/3VQcUki
The story behind 9 of the photos from our Pictures of the Year
nationalgeographic.com
 
A road trip through Andalusia’s pueblos blancos not only reveals a land once caught between medieval warring kingdoms but also a way of life threatened by rapidly changing social norms on.natgeo.com/3EZPvWS
Andalusias white towns were forged by past epidemics
nationalgeographic.com
 
These huge herbivores are known for their enormous teeth, aggressive nature, and the myth that they sweat blood. Here’s what you need to know about one of Africa’s most dangerous animals on.natgeo.com/3H6OQ8J
Hippopotamus, facts and photos
nationalgeographic.com
 
At a Ugandan center for women with disabilities, a photographer asked her subjects how they wished to be depicted: Capable, equal, and intelligent, they told her on.natgeo.com/3inZxcM
These radiant portraits show women as they want to be seen
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
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