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For four years, Caligula drained Rome’s treasury and mocked the Senate—until those sworn to protect him plotted his death on.natgeo.com/33FNFtb
This Roman emperor believed he was a god. He was assassinated for it
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While women comprise 70 percent of the global health workforce, they hold only 25 percent of leadership positions on.natgeo.com/2XHNb2d
Women are on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19
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Watching an orphan kangaroo hop into a caregiver's pillowcase pouch never gets old 😍
 
 
Next week, join a virtual discussion about #COVID19 and how we can stop pandemics by applying the lessons of history’s deadliest outbreaks. Register below on.natgeo.com/3kq9bbw
Stopping Pandemics
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These charming images chronicle the ‘grand odyssey’ of street cats around the world #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/3in6Ig0
Replying to @NatGeo
We'd love to see how you're celebrating #InternationalCatDay! #Caturday
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Eclipsed in popularity by their larger cousins, small cats are amazing, high-performance predators #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/2XD2ZDa
 
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Even after felines wandered into our lives, they remained largely unchanged for thousands of years #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/3kk7WKO
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Eclipsed in popularity by their larger cousins, small cats are amazing, high-performance predators #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/2XD2ZDa
Out of the Shadows, the Wildcats You've Never Seen
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Cat emotions are notoriously hard to decipher—especially if we don't try to decipher them at all #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/30FZrC2
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Even after felines wandered into our lives, they remained largely unchanged for thousands of years #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/3kk7WKO
Cats Domesticated Themselves, Ancient DNA Shows
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😻 Happy #InternationalCatDay! 😻

Big cats, small cats, and everything in between—today is the purrfect opportunity to celebrate these felines pic.twitter.com/8aUIx4MCKO
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Cat emotions are notoriously hard to decipher—especially if we don't try to decipher them at all #InternationalCatDay on.natgeo.com/30FZrC2
What if Everything You Think About Cats Is Wrong?
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😻 Happy #InternationalCatDay! 😻

Big cats, small cats, and everything in between—today is the purrfect opportunity to celebrate these felines
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Nagasaki wasn't the first choice for a nuclear attack in August 1945. Last-minute choices doomed the Japanese port city on.natgeo.com/3a6HMql
Twists of fate made Nagasaki a target 75 years ago
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National Geographic Retweeted ·  
He grew up in Hiroshima. His grandfather wouldn't talk about it. But photographer Hiroki Kobayashi wanted to show the world how hot a nuclear explosion could get. How a bomb that killed 200,000 souls in a flash couldn't quell a spirit forever nationalgeographic.com/history/2020/0…? @NatGeo 1/x
The elusive horror of Hiroshima
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These hidden figures helped save natural wonders and historic places, from Yosemite to Biscayne Bay on.natgeo.com/2F5ndPD
These people of color transformed U.S. national parks
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Growing evidence shows a role for T cells in the coronavirus immune response. "One thing is becoming clear: antibodies might not be telling the whole story" on.natgeo.com/2CaLnXL
Why antibodies may not be the key to beating coronavirus
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Capybaras, the world's largest living rodents, have evolved their own form of cancer immunotherapy on.natgeo.com/3ifETGk
Rodent of Unusual Size Has Weird Way of Fighting Cancer
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Discoveries at a 4,300-year-old fortress city known as Shimao have archaeologists rethinking the roots of Chinese civilization on.natgeo.com/2XELD96
Mysterious carvings and evidence of human sacrifice uncovered in ancient city
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Forget the dim-witted stereotype. These big birds are shrewd survivors in a world of predators on.natgeo.com/3fEicKr
They may look goofy, but ostriches are nobodys fool
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Meet two foxes living at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center and get a behind the scenes look at how the center educates the public
 
The 19th Amendment did not technically guarantee any woman the right to vote. Here’s why—and why Black women suffered most on.natgeo.com/3gEPD0K
For Black women, the 19th amendment didnt end their fight to vote
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Meet some of the people @NatGeo sends out to the edges of our big, beautiful world. Binge the entire third season of Overheard and hear about zombie parasites in the last episode. apple.co/NatGeoPod
 
In reply to @NatGeo
P.S. Ever wonder why asymptomatic #COVID19 cases even happen? Peep this story by @SarahE_Richards on.natgeo.com/33D0ftl
Replying to @NatGeo
Many thanks for this week's questions. Make sure to check out @NatGeo's event on Aug. 13 with Dr. Anthony Fauci, @MayorBowser, @susanbgoldberg, @DrJAshton, @RichardConniff and @DebRobertsABC. I'll be there too! 😀 As always, stay safe and stay vigilant on.natgeo.com/2DvsQ9j
Stopping Pandemics
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Mild/moderate cases should isolate for 10 days after illness onset AND for 24 hours after the fever dissipates. Severe cases may require up to 20 days isolation. If you're asymptomatic, the 10-day window starts after a positive result on a #COVID19 test cdc.gov/coronavirus/20…
 
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But as @LoisParshley covered in early June, some #COVID19 patients are having relapses weeks or months after they first got sick on.natgeo.com/2Dz8ps7
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Mild/moderate cases should isolate for 10 days after illness onset AND for 24 hours after the fever dissipates. Severe cases may require up to 20 days isolation. If you're asymptomatic, the 10-day window starts after a positive result on a #COVID19 test cdc.gov/coronavirus/20…
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
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Symptoms tend to appear 2-14 days after exposure to the coronavirus, and the CDC cites one study that shows 97.5% of persons with #COVID19 who develop symptoms will do so within 11.5 days of infection twitter.com/aniuni/status/…
Replying to @NatGeo
But as @LoisParshley covered in early June, some #COVID19 patients are having relapses weeks or months after they first got sick on.natgeo.com/2Dz8ps7
How long does the coronavirus last inside the body?
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In reply to @NatGeo
...and this story by @michaelgreshko on what summer camps can teach us about coronavirus transmission among kids. on.natgeo.com/2C8YIzP Spoiler: We'll have more on airborne coronavirus next week.
Replying to @NatGeo
Symptoms tend to appear 2-14 days after exposure to the coronavirus, and the CDC cites one study that shows 97.5% of persons with #COVID19 who develop symptoms will do so within 11.5 days of infection twitter.com/aniuni/status/…
In reply to @NatGeo
Can a person develop symptoms after 12 days of detection of SARS CoV2 or should the person be considered as out of danger wrt Covid infections???
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Hard to say what this result ⬆️ means outside of hospitals, but it is pretty interesting. To answer your Q: Check out this story by @AmyMcKeever about how respiratory viruses spread on planes and the safest places to sit on.natgeo.com/30DkR2Q pic.twitter.com/SghtGltMGC
Replying to @NatGeo
...and this story by @michaelgreshko on what summer camps can teach us about coronavirus transmission among kids. on.natgeo.com/2C8YIzP Spoiler: We'll have more on airborne coronavirus next week.
Want to reopen schools? Summer camps show how complicated itll be.
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In reply to @NatGeo
Part of the hesitation centers around whether COVID aerosols are infectious beyond six feet, which this study appears to confirm. It also found that HEPA filters could clear the infectious aerosols
Replying to @NatGeo
Hard to say what this result ⬆️ means outside of hospitals, but it is pretty interesting. To answer your Q: Check out this story by @AmyMcKeever about how respiratory viruses spread on planes and the safest places to sit on.natgeo.com/30DkR2Q
 
In reply to @NatGeo
This aerosol issue has been subject of debate for some time and led to the WHO's mixed statement in July, whereby the agency acknowledged the possibility of aerosol transmission indoors but said such happenings are limited... on.natgeo.com/30AhwS6
Replying to @NatGeo
Part of the hesitation centers around whether COVID aerosols are infectious beyond six feet, which this study appears to confirm. It also found that HEPA filters could clear the infectious aerosols
+1: And when they added HEPA filters to the rooms, SARS-CoV-2 genomes and viable viruses were not detected in air samplings 👀 💯 🤯 medrxiv.org/content/10.110… pic.twitter.com/xTLG5DQHuA
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Though the report is yet to be peer reviewed, it makes the strongest case yet that aerosols—the tiniest exhaled droplets—can carry infectious particles of coronavirus medrxiv.org/content/10.110…
Replying to @NatGeo
This aerosol issue has been subject of debate for some time and led to the WHO's mixed statement in July, whereby the agency acknowledged the possibility of aerosol transmission indoors but said such happenings are limited... on.natgeo.com/30AhwS6
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Great question! First, I want to highlight a study released this week on medRxiv. twitter.com/mikejohnnysmit…
Replying to @NatGeo
Though the report is yet to be peer reviewed, it makes the strongest case yet that aerosols—the tiniest exhaled droplets—can carry infectious particles of coronavirus medrxiv.org/content/10.110…
 
Join @MoNscience today at 2:30pm ET for our next #COVID19 Q&A. Ask questions below and stay tuned for answers! on.natgeo.com/2XF3Cw3
Replying to @NatGeo
Great question! First, I want to highlight a study released this week on medRxiv. twitter.com/mikejohnnysmit…
In reply to @NatGeo
Please cover HVAC & air circulation in planes & schools & if/how they can operate despite COVID-19.
 
National Geographic Retweeted ·  
I've been covering COVID-19 since its emergence and will be appearing next week on a panel with Dr. Anthony Fauci and D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser...

...AMA...in the twitter thread below. ⬇️⬇️⬇️
 
Join @MoNscience today at 2:30pm ET for our next #COVID19 Q&A. Ask questions below and stay tuned for answers! on.natgeo.com/2XF3Cw3
 
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Some clarification: Aug 18, 1920 was the day that Tennessee (the last state needed) ratified the #19thAmendment and the Secretary of State certified the ratification Aug 26, 1920—now known as #WomensEqualityDay. Don't miss our amazing virtual panels about these topics next week! pic.twitter.com/Rx5iSWw6Ts
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Representation matters and for many women the political awakening continues. Join the Women of Impact group to watch a panel about how—and which—women are still fighting for to be seen and heard on Aug. 14 at 4pm ET: facebook.com/groups/2121020… pic.twitter.com/ihB3yO7HEE
Replying to @NatGeo
Some clarification: Aug 18, 1920 was the day that Tennessee (the last state needed) ratified the #19thAmendment and the Secretary of State certified the ratification Aug 26, 1920—now known as #WomensEqualityDay. Don't miss our amazing virtual panels about these topics next week!
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Antibodies might not be telling the whole story when it comes to COVID-19 immunity. “We shouldn’t just look blindly at antibody tests" on.natgeo.com/2Pyn9tE
Why antibodies may not be the key to beating coronavirus
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The #VotingRightsAct abolished literacy tests and established federal oversight and authority over voter registration in areas with histories of voter discrimination. Though it has since been gutted, calls are mounting to renew it on.natgeo.com/31IkkMr
How the U.S. Voting Rights Act was wonand why its under fire today
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These hidden figures helped save natural wonders and historic places, from Yosemite to Biscayne Bay on.natgeo.com/3ihbpbd
These people of color transformed U.S. national parks
nationalgeographic.com
 
“I’ve been keeping bees since 1976, and this is the first time I’ve seen anything like it” on.natgeo.com/31ujItn
This rare, mutant honeybee is both male and female
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Pandas and tigers may be poster creatures for conservation, but thousands more threatened animals languish out of the spotlight on.natgeo.com/31pAl9G
Many overlooked animals are languishing
nationalgeographic.com
 
Baker’s yeast has transformed into a prized stay-at-home commodity. Here’s how it works—and how you can grow your own on.natgeo.com/3gCMhv4
The funky science of yeast, the gassy microbe behind your pandemic bread
nationalgeographic.com
 
Discoveries at a 4,300-year-old fortress city known as Shimao have archaeologists rethinking the roots of Chinese civilization on.natgeo.com/2XyT2H2
Mysterious carvings and evidence of human sacrifice uncovered in ancient city
nationalgeographic.com
 
The Goblin Shark lives in the deep ocean and has a unique set of jaws for catching prey #Sharkfest
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Scientists are only just beginning to investigate why #COVID19 causes smell loss—and if it's different from other instances of anosmia caused by a virus on.natgeo.com/3igYGFq
Many COVID-19 patients lost their sense of smell. Will they get it back?
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
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