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Are these sponge fossils the earliest evidence of animal life on Earth? A new study is kicking up lively debate on.natgeo.com/3yflFZU
890-million-year-old sponge fossil may be the earliest animal yet found
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Go on the prowl with a Bengal tiger as she hunts for her next meal #InternationalTigerDay pic.twitter.com/2bTH9dzE8x
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See more from Steve Winter here: on.natgeo.com/377lhAR
Today is #InternationalTigerDay! National Geographic photographer Steve Winter (@SwPhoto) used a camera trap to take this photo and photos like these of endangered apex predators in the wild — with the goal to try to limit human-tiger interaction. pic.twitter.com/9dXT2Skc1X
 
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A3: I believe #DisabilityPrideMonth means overcoming discrimination and stigma and becoming an example for others. Celebration at a time of pandemic is difficult. But It's being alive and having hope.
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Learn more about how @insidenatgeo is using the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world. on.natgeo.com/3C4tggq
The National Geographic Society
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Q3: What does #DisabilityPrideMonth mean to you? How are you celebrating this year? pic.twitter.com/cSwMCQKrn8
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A3: I believe #DisabilityPrideMonth means overcoming discrimination and stigma and becoming an example for others. Celebration at a time of pandemic is difficult. But It's being alive and having hope.
 
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I am also linked to the Network of Community Management of Natural Resources where I am President of the Board of Directors—this network is working in various parts of the country in conservation areas, educating communities on good governance and preservation of nature.
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Q3: What does #DisabilityPrideMonth mean to you? How are you celebrating this year?
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A2: I'm working on educating girls aged 10-24 on sexual and reproductive health and the prevention of premature marriage. I've also been working on land title rights for widowed women/heads of household in places with mineral potential, to protect them in the compensation process pic.twitter.com/InTU26C729
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I am also linked to the Network of Community Management of Natural Resources where I am President of the Board of Directors—this network is working in various parts of the country in conservation areas, educating communities on good governance and preservation of nature.
 
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Q2: What is something you wish more people knew about your work in particular?
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A2: I'm working on educating girls aged 10-24 on sexual and reproductive health and the prevention of premature marriage. I've also been working on land title rights for widowed women/heads of household in places with mineral potential, to protect them in the compensation process
 
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That was the moment I understood that I should use music for educational campaigns on water and sanitation. In fact, my disability was caused by a lack of adequate sanitation. So, one way to contribute was to use music to deliver messages about hand washing, using latrines, ect.
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Q2: What is something you wish more people knew about your work in particular?
 
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My children sometimes came from school and told me what they suffered for having a disabled father. From the moment I became famous for the music I produced, things changed—some would like me to be their father.
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That was the moment I understood that I should use music for educational campaigns on water and sanitation. In fact, my disability was caused by a lack of adequate sanitation. So, one way to contribute was to use music to deliver messages about hand washing, using latrines, ect.
 
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Sometimes a scream in music has a deep meaning that words can't express. Music has another power to transform a person and change society. Look, I suffered a lot of bullying for being disabled, but believe me, music changed that in my life ...
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My children sometimes came from school and told me what they suffered for having a disabled father. From the moment I became famous for the music I produced, things changed—some would like me to be their father.
 
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A1: I got interested in music very early. Whenever I listened to music on the radio, I thought that the singers were at that time in the studio. Later I realized the great power music has. It takes us where words cannot.
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Sometimes a scream in music has a deep meaning that words can't express. Music has another power to transform a person and change society. Look, I suffered a lot of bullying for being disabled, but believe me, music changed that in my life ...
 
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Q1: How did you first become interested in music and what inspired you to use it to spread the message of clean water and sanitation? pic.twitter.com/qdosnI8gvb
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A1: I got interested in music very early. Whenever I listened to music on the radio, I thought that the singers were at that time in the studio. Later I realized the great power music has. It takes us where words cannot.
 
Happy #DisabilityPrideMonth! We're doing a Q&A with @insidenatgeo Explorer and musician Feliciano dos Santos (@felician_santos), who uses his band, Massukos, to spread messages of sanitation and hygiene to the most remote villages in Mozambique. on.natgeo.com/3BMiPOo pic.twitter.com/M3JMu77QTV
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Q1: How did you first become interested in music and what inspired you to use it to spread the message of clean water and sanitation?
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Happy #DisabilityPrideMonth! We're doing a Q&A with @insidenatgeo Explorer and musician Feliciano dos Santos (@felician_santos), who uses his band, Massukos, to spread messages of sanitation and hygiene to the most remote villages in Mozambique. on.natgeo.com/3BMiPOo
 
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Get tips from a conservation scientist to see the world's largest cat on.natgeo.com/3xcGt2T
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Go on the prowl with a Bengal tiger as she hunts for her next meal #InternationalTigerDay
 
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An Indian tiger takes a dip in a pool to cool off from the heat in India's Bandhavgarh National Park in this archival image pic.twitter.com/ONSXbgkquF
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Get tips from a conservation scientist to see the world's largest cat on.natgeo.com/3xcGt2T
See tigers at these India national parks
nationalgeographic.com
 
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Despite some state bans, it’s still possible for breeders and exhibitors to obtain a license from the USDA to transfer and keep big cats on.natgeo.com/2VjQyxE
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An Indian tiger takes a dip in a pool to cool off from the heat in India's Bandhavgarh National Park in this archival image
 
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A recent U.S.-funded draft manual for inspecting captive tiger facilities has sparked controversy among experts. “The report promotes commercial breeding of tigers as a valid conservation strategy, and that is wrong.” on.natgeo.com/2TMTCCk
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Despite some state bans, it’s still possible for breeders and exhibitors to obtain a license from the USDA to transfer and keep big cats on.natgeo.com/2VjQyxE
These maps show how tigers have been traded across the U.S.
nationalgeographic.com
 
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In some places in the U.S., it’s easier to buy a tiger than to adopt a kitten from a local animal shelter. A lack of regulation on big cats is putting animals and humans at risk #InternationalTigerDay on.natgeo.com/37mPWKN
Replying to @NatGeo
A recent U.S.-funded draft manual for inspecting captive tiger facilities has sparked controversy among experts. “The report promotes commercial breeding of tigers as a valid conservation strategy, and that is wrong.” on.natgeo.com/2TMTCCk
Controversy brews over leaked tiger breeding report
nationalgeographic.com
 
In reply to @NatGeo
A female tiger dubbed "Sita" in tall grass at Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Shown in this archival image with one of three cubs pic.twitter.com/gpLOJOjudZ
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In some places in the U.S., it’s easier to buy a tiger than to adopt a kitten from a local animal shelter. A lack of regulation on big cats is putting animals and humans at risk #InternationalTigerDay on.natgeo.com/37mPWKN
Captive tigers in the U.S. outnumber those in the wild. It's a problem.
nationalgeographic.com
 
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Photographer and big cat advocate Steve Winter hopes to inspire conservation efforts through his photographs of tigers—to preserve them in the wild for generations to come on.natgeo.com/377lhAR
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A female tiger dubbed "Sita" in tall grass at Bandhavgarh National Park, India. Shown in this archival image with one of three cubs
 
Happy #InternationalTigerDay! The tiger might be the largest of the wild cats, but their populations still need protection on.natgeo.com/3l4MbS9 pic.twitter.com/1OdTYClb3k
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Photographer and big cat advocate Steve Winter hopes to inspire conservation efforts through his photographs of tigers—to preserve them in the wild for generations to come on.natgeo.com/377lhAR
15 Amazing Pictures of Tigers
nationalgeographic.com
 
"His story epitomizes what the Awá and other isolated groups went through, especially in the face of a moving frontier" on.natgeo.com/3ycqvY7
This Indigenous man survived a 10-year Amazonian odysseybut not COVID-19
nationalgeographic.com
 
The study of squid nerves has been essential to research for decades, resulting in hundreds of scientific papers—and two Nobel Prizes on.natgeo.com/3BWeCrc
Untangling mysteries of the brainwith the remarkable biology of squid
nationalgeographic.com
 
Happy #InternationalTigerDay! The tiger might be the largest of the wild cats, but their populations still need protection on.natgeo.com/3l4MbS9
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A great photograph is a combination of light, composition, and moment—these go above and beyond on.natgeo.com/2UYMP96
51 Spectacular Photos of Landscapes, Culture, and Animals
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Otters, foxes, and other wild animals appear in viral videos as cute and cuddly pets, but the reality is far more serious—and problematic on.natgeo.com/3zNNDwa
Dont be fooled by social mediawild animals make terrible pets
nationalgeographic.com
 
Sharks, among the fiercest predators in the ocean, are also some of the most vulnerable on.natgeo.com/3l8WXXw
The surprising ways sharks keep the ocean healthy
nationalgeographic.com
 
Despite their fierce but honest name, cicada killers are harmless to humans—the “gentle giants of the wasp world" on.natgeo.com/3f94sK9
Cicada killer wasps have arrived. Don't confuse them for murder hornets.
nationalgeographic.com
 
A Grant's gazelle keeps a watchful eye out for predators in this touching image captured by Your Shot photographer Christopher Ciccone
 
More than 80 of the alleged violations reported during 2013-2017 were for poor or nonexistent veterinary care that caused animals’ “immense avoidable suffering,” argues the USDA on.natgeo.com/3iV3YbS
Major U.S. chinchilla supplier heads to court with more than 100 animal welfare violations
nationalgeographic.com
 
U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to announce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for civilian federal employees on.natgeo.com/3f5NsES
 
U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to announce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for civilian federal employees on.natgeo.com/3f5NsES
Latest: Vaccine mandate to be introduced for all civilian federal workers
nationalgeographic.com
 
Are these sponge fossils the earliest evidence of animal life on Earth? A new study is kicking up lively debate on.natgeo.com/372t03c
890-million-year-old sponge fossil may be the earliest animal yet found
nationalgeographic.com
 
Pro-democracy protesters in Eswatini—formerly known as Swaziland—have taken to the streets to express dissatisfaction with the rule of King Mswati III, Africa’s last absolute monarch on.natgeo.com/3i53ZKV
Africas last absolute monarchy is shaken, as protestors defy Eswatinis king
nationalgeographic.com
 
In honor of #NatureConservationDay, meet a National Geographic Explorer fighting to protect a unique group of endangered chimpanzees in Nigeria pic.twitter.com/fPqTyF33UJ
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Hear more from Rachel Ashegbofe in this episode of our podcast, #OverheardNatGeo! open.spotify.com/episode/7yKt5Y…
 
In honor of #NatureConservationDay, meet a National Geographic Explorer fighting to protect a unique group of endangered chimpanzees in Nigeria
 
The Greek island of Kalymnos is now one of the world’s top destinations for sport climbing, a new Olympic event on.natgeo.com/3BLapH7
How sport climbing is helping to revitalize a Greek island
nationalgeographic.com
 
This summer might be the hottest on record. Here’s what that could mean for the future of your child’s annual break on.natgeo.com/3l47UcN
How extreme heat might change your kid's summers
nationalgeographic.com
 
There are 156 known species of glass frogs living throughout the northern Andes and Central America. "These tiny wonders keep surprising us." on.natgeo.com/3x6oET7
These see-through frogs are full of surprises
nationalgeographic.com
 
Planners and curators realized a flashy, design-forward museum could transform a city’s skyline—and its tourist appeal—the way the Eiffel Tower or the Empire State Building did generations before on.natgeo.com/3zD6LwS
These are the worlds most beautiful museums
nationalgeographic.com
 
The study of squid nerves has been essential to research for decades, resulting in hundreds of scientific papers—and two Nobel Prizes on.natgeo.com/3l7k9p0
Untangling mysteries of the brainwith the remarkable biology of squid
nationalgeographic.com
 
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Three out of every five U.S. counties have substantial or higher levels of community transmission, thereby falling under the CDC’s new guidance on.natgeo.com/2TIhNBQ pic.twitter.com/2sEZ1aeEVZ
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The CDC defines places with “substantial” transmission levels as states and counties where there are between 50 and 99 new cases per 100,000 people in the past seven days on.natgeo.com/3zGCPjn
Coronavirus in the U.S.: Where cases are growing and declining
nationalgeographic.com
 
As the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 surges nationwide, U.S. public health officials are recommending mask use in public indoor spaces, in regions with substantial or high transmission of the virus on.natgeo.com/2TIhNBQ
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Three out of every five U.S. counties have substantial or higher levels of community transmission, thereby falling under the CDC’s new guidance on.natgeo.com/2TIhNBQ
 
As the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 surges nationwide, U.S. public health officials are recommending mask use in public indoor spaces, in regions with substantial or high transmission of the virus on.natgeo.com/2TIhNBQ
Here's why the CDC reversed course on masks indoorsand how it might affect you
nationalgeographic.com
 
Follow a pair of orphaned clouded leopards as they learn the skills they'll need to survive in the wild
 
Prescribed burning—careful, intentionally set fire—is one of the essential tools of modern fire prevention on.natgeo.com/3f2RWvA
More 'good fires' could help California control future catastrophes
nationalgeographic.com
 
Sharks, among the fiercest predators in the ocean, are also some of the most vulnerable on.natgeo.com/3l2yaEv
The surprising ways sharks keep the ocean healthy
nationalgeographic.com
 
Severe breakthrough infections are very rare, according to CDC data, but experts still advise wearing masks indoors even if fully vaccinated to protect against the virus on.natgeo.com/3yc6vEI
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Areas with lower rates of vaccination and higher rates of infection have more breakthrough infections.
 
Severe breakthrough infections are very rare, according to CDC data, but experts still advise wearing masks indoors even if fully vaccinated to protect against the virus on.natgeo.com/3yc6vEI
Severe breakthrough infections remain very rare, despite rising concerns
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
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