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Every once in a while, analyzing the preserved poop of people reveals something truly surprising on.natgeo.com/2IRzcjy
 
A "jewel of botanical literature in Cuba," this book of detailed botany illustrations was rediscovered after decades of searching on.natgeo.com/2UUPlvJ
'Lost' book of exquisite scientific drawings rediscovered after 190 years
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A "jewel of botanical literature in Cuba," this book of detailed botany illustrations was rediscovered after decades of searching on.natgeo.com/2ISQE7q
'Lost' book of exquisite scientific drawings rediscovered after 190 years
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The Tokyo Olympics are bound to bring increased attention to competition climbing, but some athletes are concerned about how the format will change the sport on.natgeo.com/2USK5sM
Rock climbing will be a 2020 Olympic sport. Heres what to expect.
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We're having a @reddit AMA with Safari Live field guide @Tristan1986 today at 11am ET! Now's your chance to ask him everything you've ever wanted to know about the African wilderness: on.natgeo.com/2VYXyM1
 
Your Shot photographer Anton Petrus witnessed this breathtaking scene at dawn from the black-sand beaches in Reynisfjara, Iceland on.natgeo.com/2L9f3rQ
 
 
America’s state parks may keep a lower profile than the renowned national parks, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less of a worthwhile destination on.natgeo.com/2W57lQC
20 wild and beautiful U.S. state parks
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Dredging sand to meet the demands of a global building boom wreaks havoc on sensitive river systems around the world on.natgeo.com/2UwzxKN
 
For a species to gain protection, experts must first classify its risk of extinction—and it's often a complicated process on.natgeo.com/2Gwml3D
How do we decide which species are endangered or threatened?
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She hunts food for her cubs by day and keeps them safe from predators by night—no easy task for a cheetah
 
“We had prepped for the shot hours before it got dark with this finished result in mind. It was a great feeling to see it all come together." on.natgeo.com/2ISBYoG
Ice climbing in Ouray, Colorado
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“The countries that are most responsible for global warming are different from the countries that are bearing the brunt of global warming." on.natgeo.com/2DsSB76
Inequality is decreasing between countriesbut climate change is slowing progress
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NASA's InSight lander detected the first tremor on the red planet ever recorded—and it almost certainly won't be the last on.natgeo.com/2UT7Osz
First 'marsquake' detected by NASA lander
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A "jewel of botanical literature in Cuba," this book of detailed botany illustrations was rediscovered after decades of searching on.natgeo.com/2vkbC7b
'Lost' book of exquisite scientific drawings rediscovered after 190 years
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
The endangered Cantor's soft-shell turtle, once destined for dinner plates, is beginning to recover thanks to the help of a Cambodian community on.natgeo.com/2W0ajpy
In Cambodia, giant turtles come back from the brink
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The growth of the elephant population is only part of the encouraging news from Gorongosa—lions, African buffalo, hippos, and wildebeests are all vastly more numerous now than in 1994 on.natgeo.com/2GshCzJ
How one of Africas great parks is rebounding from war
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A journalist who has covered Sri Lanka's brutal civil war and fragile peace reflects on the cycle of vengeance—and the chance to re-set a long-fractured country on.natgeo.com/2Prq1rb
Sri Lankas latest violence underscores the need for national healing
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The Tokyo Olympics are bound to bring increased attention to competition climbing, but some athletes are concerned about how the format will change the sport on.natgeo.com/2VllKLq
Rock climbing will be a 2020 Olympic sport. Heres what to expect.
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Hope you enjoyed our little walk/climb/swim through the jungle! Don't miss #HostilePlanet next week when we take a look at the desert
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This celestial event is known to deliver bright and impressively fast streaks across Northern hemisphere skies on.natgeo.com/2GB2QIf
How to see the Lyrid meteor shower
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To collect water, bats must dip their fur in the water—but no one wants to be first #HostilePlanet
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Sloths are three times faster in water than on land #HostilePlanet
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In the Amazon, wildlife tourism—for selfies with wild animals—is growing. Unfortunately for sloths, they typically don’t survive more than a few weeks or month before they succumb to the stress. on.natgeo.com/2Uzh1kW #HostilePlanet
Exclusive: The Amazon Is the New Frontier for Deadly Wildlife Tourism
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If a hummingbird were the size of the average person, they would metabolize sugar fast enough that they'd need to drink more than one can of soda every minute to keep going #HostilePlanet
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The hummingbird lives on the brink of starvation—it can't live without nectar for more than 2 hours #HostilePlanet
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Lar gibbons fly through the trees at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour and can cover 40 feet in a single leap... sometimes even with a baby on board! #HostilePlanet
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Did you know gibbons can cover 40 feet (12 m) in a single leap? #HostilePlanet
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New research shows that the cordyceps “zombie fungus” probably takes over the nervous system via an ant’s muscles, not its brain. on.natgeo.com/2UwD9fV #HostilePlanet
How a parasitic fungus turns ants into 'zombies'
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Alright. This is my favorite part. Are you ready for the ZOMBIE FUNGUS? #hostileplanet pic.twitter.com/sEVAXY02gv
 
Fungi don't just prey on the dead—there's a parasitic fungus that can take over the bodies of living creatures and control them #HostilePlanet
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In the jungle, with great humidity comes...a great amount of fungus #HostilePlanet
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Storms are no joke in the jungle #HostilePlanet
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In the jungle, competition for food is so intense during the day that it has forced some creatures into the night #HostilePlanet pic.twitter.com/CAMvp1oncF
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Fun fact: A tarsier's eyes are bigger than its brain #HostilePlanet
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This spectral tarsier might look cute and innocent, but it will fight you. They are the only fully carnivorous primates in the world and are skilled hunters. #HostilePlanet
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In the jungle, competition for food is so intense during the day that it has forced some creatures into the night #HostilePlanet
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Because orangutans spend so much time in the rainforest canopy, they’re especially threatened by deforestation. From 1999 to 2015, nearly 150,000 Bornean orangutans perished because of logging, oil palm plantations, and human conflict. bit.ly/2UtUAh2 #HostilePlanet
Nearly 150,000 Bornean Orangutans Lost Since 1999, Cutting Population By Half
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The way this orangutan is tree swaying looks like a beautifully choreographed dance. #HostilePlanet pic.twitter.com/HtOw1CDdYF
 
Orangutans spend 90% of their time in trees. Tree swaying saves half the energy they would use normally to climb! #HostilePlanet
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Most big cats kill by clamping down on a prey animal's trachea and suffocating them, but jaguars' powerful jaws let them kill via puncture wounds instead - allowing them to take on animals like caimans. on.natgeo.com/2UAwUHD #hostileplanet
 
With the right bite, she pierced its skull and immobilized it... A kill this big has rarely been recorded. #HostilePlanet
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Habitat loss and fragmentation are big threats to jaguars, but poaching for their teeth is a growing threat too. on.natgeo.com/2zZOKv5 #hostileplanet
On the Trail of Jaguar Poachers
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Are you ready for #HostilePlanet? Because tonight we're going into the jungle!
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Beautiful, threatened, vibrant: dive into some of our most stunning images of our world #EarthDay on.natgeo.com/2VlxqOq
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