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George Washington confronted a smallpox epidemic with a belief in science—and a controversial plan on.natgeo.com/3jivvln
How a public health crisis nearly derailed the American Revolution
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As unprecedented wildfires ravage the West, firefighters are taking innovative steps to try to keep up with the flames on.natgeo.com/3kcJeM8
Fireball-dropping drones and the new technology helping fight fires
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This coconut octopus is on the hunt—but what's on the menu?
 
Some of the largest predators ever to stalk the Earth started life about the size of a Chihuahua—with a really long tail on.natgeo.com/2T9Xt8w
First tyrannosaur embryo fossils revealed
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Don’t miss an exclusive look at the new season of #TheMandalorian during @ESPN Monday Night Football! New episodes of the Original Series start streaming Oct. 30 on #DisneyPlus.
 
The Gollum snakehead, named after the subterranean character in "Lord of the Rings," is one of two species in the newfound taxonomic family on.natgeo.com/31m0s29
Dragon snakeheadsstrange new underground fishdiscovered in India
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As #COVID19 rates are rapidly rising across 29 states and territories, the autumn surge is even creeping into pockets of the Northeast, zones long thought recovered on.natgeo.com/3m2aLjP
Coronavirus in the U.S.: Where cases are growing and declining
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Studies have also revealed the condition can appear after an asymptomatic infection with the virus.

“That’s the frightening part. It can develop even when parents don’t know their child has had COVID-19.” on.natgeo.com/359N1Uc
Super antigens tied to mysterious COVID-19 syndrome in children
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The fossilized footprints make up the longest human trackway of its age ever found. "I’ve never seen anything quite like it." on.natgeo.com/348cKgh
Incredible details of 10,000-year-old trek revealed in fossil footprints
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One in 5 Black adults said they experienced discrimination while seeking health care in just the past year on.natgeo.com/2T8MgVy
Black Americans see a health-care system infected by racism, new poll shows
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Many firefighters are preparing for blazes that will close national parks and alter the landscapes that generations of visitors have come to know on.natgeo.com/31hFkKw
Wildfires show how climate change is transforming national parks
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"Documenting students’ lives 'virtually' makes it difficult to capture our memories—so instead, we must document the year honestly in the best way we can" on.natgeo.com/2H3aLRW
A high school yearbook editor reflects on the tumultuous year she had to document
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The First Baptist Church of Venice is a tangible symbol of the community’s pushback against gentrification on.natgeo.com/3487zNh
The fight to save 100 years of Black history in gentrifying Los Angeles
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As unprecedented wildfires ravage the West, firefighters are taking innovative steps to try to keep up with the flames on.natgeo.com/3jeNER3
Fireball-dropping drones and the new technology helping fight fires
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
Just cutting back on fertilizer could go a long way to meeting phosphorus demand and reducing runoff without jeopardizing harvests on.natgeo.com/3jbhuGm
Farmers are facing a phosphorus crisis. The solution starts with soil.
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What began as a mysterious spectrum of symptoms has coalesced into a definable illness called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C on.natgeo.com/3kbafQ3
Super antigens tied to mysterious COVID-19 syndrome in children
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
Learn how @NG_PristineSeas is helping inspire the protection of the last wild places in our ocean during a live Q&A session w/ @Enric_Sala @drvickip and @susanbgoldberg #100andChange
on.natgeo.com/3dCD2KF
 
Five months after a modest surge, the nation’s outbreak falls well outside the worst in the world. But its authoritarian tendencies have sometimes overshadowed its reputation for public health on.natgeo.com/3lVWWTZ
 
Now believed to be caused by an unprecedented algae bloom, the decimation of bottom-dwelling sea life may have devastating ripple effects on.natgeo.com/3j9DlxQ
Massive marine die-off in Russia could threaten endangered sea otters, other vulnerable species
nationalgeographic.com
 
Here’s what you should know about how the Electoral College works—and its controversial history on.natgeo.com/3lTOHb5
Heres why the Electoral College existsand how it could be reformed
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When you head back out into a world of new travel technology, how can you protect your personal information? on.natgeo.com/3k7DC5C
Will new travel technology invade your privacy?
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One in 5 Black adults said they experienced discrimination while seeking health care in just the past year on.natgeo.com/3jcvkrU
Black Americans see a health-care system infected by racism, new poll shows
nationalgeographic.com
 
Take a moment to appreciate the breathtaking maneuvers of a hummingbird in flight
 
The fossilized footprints make up the longest human trackway of its age ever found. "I’ve never seen anything quite like it." on.natgeo.com/3o3LUh8
Incredible details of 10,000-year-old trek revealed in fossil footprints
nationalgeographic.com
 
The First Baptist Church of Venice is a tangible symbol of the community’s pushback against gentrification on.natgeo.com/3o26eiX
The fight to save 100 years of Black history in gentrifying Los Angeles
nationalgeographic.com
 
The "heart of fall" is on full display in this creative perspective captured by Your Shot photographer Sean Stalteri on.natgeo.com/37eHxtO
 
Five international photographers’ dispatches—gathered through spring and summer—begin to distill the enormity and variety of the pandemic experience on.natgeo.com/35bwvTq
A world gone viral: An intimate look at how the virus upended our lives
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The Rani of Jhansi led thousands into battle against the British, reportedly fighting with a sword in each hand and her horse’s reins between her teeth on.natgeo.com/2H91Pdg
India's warrior queen didn't back down from the British
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While trick-or-treating may look different this year, here's how kids can still have safe and spooky fun on.natgeo.com/3lTiY9U
How to trick-or-treat safely this year
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A reputation for the supernatural or uncanny can often attract a devoted following of curious adventure-seekers on.natgeo.com/3kakTXk
24 spooky places to visit around the world
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The continued boom in mezcal puts pressure on its source, the agave plant, and on its main pollinator: lesser long-nosed bat on.natgeo.com/35a5cJ8
Mezcal is more popular than everwhy thats bad news for bats
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Here’s what you should know about how the Electoral College works—and its controversial history on.natgeo.com/3o09TxJ
Heres why the Electoral College existsand how it could be reformed
nationalgeographic.com
 
Now believed to be caused by an unprecedented algae bloom, the decimation of bottom-dwelling sea life may have devastating ripple effects on.natgeo.com/3k5SQIr
Massive marine die-off in Russia could threaten endangered sea otters, other vulnerable species
nationalgeographic.com
 
National Geographic Retweeted ·  
Today is #WorldFoodDay, a day to be thankful for the food we have and to show gratitude to the people and work that go into getting it to your table. Here, footage of the Andalusian olive picking, stuffing, and packing processes that @NatGeo photographer Luis Marden shot in 1949.
 
 
Astronauts had to be shorter than 5'11" to fit in the Mercury capsule #TheRightStuffSeries
 
 
Five months after a modest surge, the nation’s outbreak falls well outside the worst in the world. But its authoritarian tendencies have sometimes overshadowed its reputation for public health on.natgeo.com/3nVCVif
Turkey has been contact tracing for a century. That offers lessons and perils.
nationalgeographic.com
 
As undocumented immigrants help to protect us from COVID-19, they see their own communities being ravaged by it on.natgeo.com/2H7DG71
We depend on essential workers. Many are on DACAand face a precarious future.
nationalgeographic.com
 
During a brief window in March, 12,040 hopefuls applied to be members of the space agency’s next class of astronauts on.natgeo.com/343IO4Z
What does it take to become an astronaut? Heres what NASA says.
nationalgeographic.com
 
Polar bear cubs stay under the care of their mom for two and a half years until they must survive the Arctic on their own
 
 
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