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A small herb called Fritillaria delavayi may be the first example of a threatened plant evolving to blend into its surroundings on.natgeo.com/2ZnUmRe
A medicinal Chinese herb may be evolving to camouflage from humans
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With its awe-inspiring temples, colorful cafés, and placid waterways, Siem Reap is a jewel of Southeast Asia on.natgeo.com/3maDS7s
A guide to Siem Reap, Cambodia
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“Every time it rains, the desert blooms with bones." The oldest purposefully created mummies ever found are threatened by a changing climate, but a new museum could arrive just in time on.natgeo.com/3GiMz7T
Can UNESCO status save the worlds oldest mummies?
nationalgeographic.com
 
Your Shot photographer Takehisa Matsumoto caught this moment with sea eagles perched on drift ice on the Japanese island of Hokkaido
 
If confirmed, it would be the deepest earthquake ever detected, and in the layer of our planet known as the lower mantle, where scientists have long thought earthquakes unlikely, if not impossible on.natgeo.com/312BwPZ
Deepest earthquake ever detected struck 467 miles beneath Japan
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If the current rate of decline continues, the only penguin endemic to the continent could be extinct in the wild within 15 years on.natgeo.com/3ns6o3P
Africas only penguins face an uncertain future
nationalgeographic.com
 
These lemurs sing in rhythms like the steady tick-tick of a metronome, or the stomp-stomp-clap of Queen’s “We Will Rock You,”—a trait we thought was uniquely human on.natgeo.com/3GhKGrU
These lemurs sing in a rhythm previously only found in humans and birds
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
We've seen it before 😍 ⬇️ on.natgeo.com/3boJNzL
Why this coyote and badger 'friendship' has excited scientists
nationalgeographic.com
Best friends? A badger and coyote caught on camera strolling through the woods near South Lake Tahoe.

(via @tahoetoogee/IG) pic.twitter.com/4hcI2ZVcEW
 
A Saturn-size world could be the first known planet lurking in the Whirlpool Galaxy 28 million light-years away on.natgeo.com/3mbyYag
Signs of an extreme planet found in another galaxy
nationalgeographic.com
 
In reply to @NatGeo
Is it safe to hold bats like that?
Replying to @depalan
Thanks for asking! It is usually not safe for humans to make direct contact with wildlife. Rodrigo is an ecologist safely conducting research
 
Happy #BatWeek! 🦇

Stay tuned tomorrow for more reasons why we all should appreciate them more with Nat Geo Explorer Rodrigo Medellín
 
A thresher shark’s secret weapon is its tail—a slap has enough force to send a shockwave through the water and stun its prey on.natgeo.com/3Cp74Nu
Pelagic thresher, facts and photos
nationalgeographic.com
 
Disasters related to weather and climate have become less deadly over time. There’s no guarantee, however, that this positive trend will continue forever on.natgeo.com/3vIRjif
Weather disaster-related deaths are downwarming could undo that trend
nationalgeographic.com
 
Squid's giant nerve fibers have been essential to research for decades. Now breakthroughs in editing squid genomes could lead to a more complete understanding of nervous systems in general on.natgeo.com/3EaEsrY
Untangling mysteries of the brainwith the remarkable biology of squid
nationalgeographic.com
 
Emotions can run hot when it comes to how best to control wild horse numbers, so finding a solution that satisfies everyone is far harder than with other wildlife on.natgeo.com/3GbpovY
86,000 wild mustangs that roam the West are at the center of raging controversy
nationalgeographic.com
 
The Lamalerans are one of the few communities left in the world that relies on subsistence whaling. This digital graphic novel take you along for a hunt on.natgeo.com/3b7BJ6a
This digital graphic novel takes you on an Indonesian whale hunt
nationalgeographic.com
 
Flowerpots serve as temporary nests for relocated Chatham Island albatross chicks in New Zealand
 
 
 
Look closely and you just might spot the leopard before its prey does
 
Experts say that experiencing “safe fear” can help children learn to manage their emotions—and boost their self-confidence on.natgeo.com/3ma0YLy
Scary good: Why its OK for kids to feel frightened sometimes
nationalgeographic.com
 
”Seeing and experiencing all of the amazing national parks that our nation has to offer should not be limited to those who are neurotypical" on.natgeo.com/3pBlNS2
Heres how parks and public lands are becoming more autism-friendly
nationalgeographic.com
 
Eavesdrop on the sounds of distant destinations by listening in to live radio from around the world on.natgeo.com/3nnhzef
How to travel the worldby radio
nationalgeographic.com
 
Each bomb contained more firepower than the combined destructive force of every explosion caused by humans from the beginning of time to the end of World War II on.natgeo.com/3B7Z7Lu
Remembering the night two atomic bombs fellon North Carolina
nationalgeographic.com
 
Without archaeology, we would know little about the world’s earliest civilizations. Through recovered sites and objects, our distant ancestors—many of whom we didn’t know existed—can tell their stories on.natgeo.com/3b6eSb8
These archaeological findings unlocked the stories of our ancestors
nationalgeographic.com
 
Could a spider kill and eat a snake? The answer is a resounding yes—and snake-eating spiders can be found on all continents (except Antarctica) on.natgeo.com/3npefze
Spiders eat snakes around the world, surprising study reveals
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
The tree rings on these timbers hold climate clues hundreds of years older than what scientists have seen on.natgeo.com/3Eb6qnr
Timber salvaged from New York City buildings reveals ancient climate
nationalgeographic.com
 
“This is my family...It's like blood to me, because you spend long days working with different people and you become a family” on.natgeo.com/3ptNaNN
Meet some of the women firefighters battling flames in California
nationalgeographic.com
 
In the face of plummeting snow leopard populations, Kyrgyzstan is becoming a model for conservation efforts #SnowLeopardDay
 
Experts say that experiencing “safe fear” can help children learn to manage their emotions—and boost their self-confidence on.natgeo.com/3vCaOZI
Scary good: Why its OK for kids to feel frightened sometimes
nationalgeographic.com
 
After centuries of conflict with snow leopards, locals in some of the world’s most rugged mountains are taking innovative steps to conserve them. Find out how on #OverheardNatGeo #WorldSnowLeopardDay open.spotify.com/episode/2D00Pr…
 
The encroaching Atlantic Ocean is causing destruction in Atafona like no other place along the 7,000 miles of Brazilian coast on.natgeo.com/3BbZrZs
A rising sea is eating away this Brazilian town
nationalgeographic.com
 
Booster shots and vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11 could help the U.S. dampen the fourth wave on.natgeo.com/3nfsZk4
Coronavirus in the U.S.: Where cases are growing and declining
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
”Seeing and experiencing all of the amazing national parks that our nation has to offer should not be limited to those who are neurotypical" on.natgeo.com/3vCEDcs
Heres how parks and public lands are becoming more autism-friendly
nationalgeographic.com
 
Many factors weaken the aging immune system. But vaccines—and booster doses—do offer protection from hospitalization and death on.natgeo.com/3m4DIOY
Why even fully vaccinated older people are at high risk for severe COVID-19
nationalgeographic.com
 
The three-striped cory, a small catfish, can withstand multiple piranha bites. Its super-strong scales could inspire new human materials on.natgeo.com/3Eedznb
How these fish'tiny tanks of the Amazon'survive piranha attacks
nationalgeographic.com
 
These fossilized burrows indicate that versions of these voracious sea worms were likely snacking on unsuspecting fish about 20 million years ago on.natgeo.com/3pu4kuX
Giant predatory worms lurked beneath the ancient seafloor, fossils reveal
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
The tree rings on these timbers hold climate clues hundreds of years older than what scientists have seen on.natgeo.com/3m3OR2w
Timber salvaged from New York City buildings reveals ancient climate
nationalgeographic.com
 
A fossil of an extinct pig from the Can Mata landfill site lies in dirt in Cerdanyola del Valles, Barcelona, Spain
 
 
Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is 90.7 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease in kids ages five to 11. U.S. regulators will soon consider authorizing the use of Pfizer’s vaccine for kids in this age group on.natgeo.com/3niFU4I
Latest: Pfizer says its vaccine is more than 90 percent effective in kids ages 5 to 11
nationalgeographic.com
 
Happy Birthday Jeff Goldblum! He's back for season 2, and he’s more curious than ever in #TheWorldAccordingToJeffGoldblum, a #DisneyPlusDay premiere, November 12 on @DisneyPlus
 
The discovery of Mussaurus eggs and skeletons clustered roughly by age gives paleontologists the oldest evidence ever found of this kind of herd behavior within dinosaurs on.natgeo.com/3nnx31T
Fossil bonanza reveals earliest evidence of dinosaurs living in herds
nationalgeographic.com
 
Renowned artist @kadirnelson shares the inspiration for his painting of ancient wonders on the cover of our November issue, featuring behind-the-scenes moments captured by @jungmiwha pic.twitter.com/jOkCqjtM4e
Replying to @NatGeo @KadirNelson and 1 otherfalse
Read the story in our November issue here:
From early excavations in the ashes of Pompeii to discoveries aided by robotics or DNA sequencing, the findings shed light on our greatest mystery: Who are we, and how did we get here? on.natgeo.com/3B3kwp9
 
Renowned artist @kadirnelson shares the inspiration for his painting of ancient wonders on the cover of our November issue, featuring behind-the-scenes moments captured by @jungmiwha
 
 
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