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Last 50 tweets from @NatGeo
The ruins of Sukhothai are one of Thailand’s best-kept secrets on.natgeo.com/2zXbWeO
Explore Thailand's awe-inspiring ancient city
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The endangered Guatemalan pinabete fir is prized for its scent, making it a target of tree thieves on.natgeo.com/2Gc4fHd
Chanel No. 5 of Christmas trees threatened by poachers
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Less than a fifth of all plastic is recycled globally. Find the perfect gift that helps make a difference in this world on.natgeo.com/2BbVA1x
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Toxic algae is overtaking Lake Atitlán. Now AI may help the lake recover on.natgeo.com/2zWU9V4
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Unseen for more than a decade, the enigmatic and endangered horned marsupial frog has reappeared in an Ecuadorian forest on.natgeo.com/2QRlQrO
Once thought extinct, bizarre horned frog reappears in Ecuador
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A study on the pottery of Peru's Paracas civilization tells us more about their neighbors 2,000 years ago—and turns up a unique ingredient on.natgeo.com/2Pwx40d
Ancient pots reveal reptile pee pigments and cultural connections
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Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbor an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both on.natgeo.com/2PtAr8l
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From smoldering volcanoes in Indonesia to intricate crop circles in England to awe-inspiring root bridges in India, see our favorite photos from around the world on.natgeo.com/2SLKdVv
See the best travel photos of 2018
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Community activists and scientists are banding together to solve an archaeological mystery and right a historical wrong on.natgeo.com/2RYnplr
Digging for the life stories of long-forgotten slaves
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Do you have map-lovers, world travelers, or geography nerds on your holiday shopping list this year? on.natgeo.com/2QsORuy
10 unique gifts for map lovers and travelers
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From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odors to influence animal behavior on.natgeo.com/2SGB28q
How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language
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Love fur seals? You could join Bertie Gregory on a National Geographic Expedition to South Georgia Island and get a chance to see them up close! Learn more: on.natgeo.com/2B9HUo0
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Scientists are learning how to use volcanic lightning as a tool for monitoring eruptions. Here's how it works on.natgeo.com/2PyrIBB
Volcanic lightning can help warn of dangerous eruptions
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Around the world, nearly a million plastic beverage bottles are sold every minute. Do you have a reusable bottle? #PlanetOrPlastic on.natgeo.com/2G9Ff3q
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The best photographs don't let you off the hook. They stop you, they make you look, they make you feel. See our most compelling @NatGeo photographs of 2018 on.natgeo.com/2zQEDds
See our most compelling photographs of 2018
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Watch: Virtual reality filmmakers captured a groundbreaking expedition to save the Okavango Delta on.natgeo.com/2RTudAA
Get up close with lions and zebrasright this instant
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Dine in a candlelit grotto, dive with manta rays, or lie back for a waterside massage on.natgeo.com/2QNezcH
Visit the world's best islands escapes
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The collection represents moments both tragic and triumphant, peaceful and painful on.natgeo.com/2rvKfoL
See our most compelling photographs of 2018
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Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbor an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both on.natgeo.com/2rrc9SS
These spiders feed their leftovers to meat-eating plants
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In honor of the declaration of human rights @NatGeoMag invites you to review some of the key human rights stories we’ve covered in 2018. #HumanRightsDay
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Taking cues from the ingenuity of these early Arctic abodes, hotels around the world have successfully tapped into modern frozen fantasies on.natgeo.com/2SFr3Aq
9 cozy ice hotels and igloos around the globe
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In making themselves more sustainable and resilient to onrushing climate change, cities may be able to make a serious dent in global carbon emissions on.natgeo.com/2Ps4221
Can cities solve the climate crisis? Michael Bloomberg thinks so.
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To build a sustainable presence off Earth, humans will first have to answer some tricky questions about basic biology on.natgeo.com/2SGjysP
Can humans have babies on Mars? It may be harder than you think.
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Does this wintry scene captured by Your Shot photographer Marco Grassi inspire you as much as it inspires us? Write a "holiday haiku" about this photo for a chance to be published. on.natgeo.com/2zSFJoL
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In 2 hours photographer Marc Henauer, curator of Your Shot's Beauty & Awe assignment, will be answering questions on Facebook! Head over to post your questions now: on.natgeo.com/2ROPZoW
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Older humans play brain games to stay active—and now dogs can, too
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The bark scorpion can survive a whole year on a single insect—and it glows in the dark on.natgeo.com/2B9yPeW
See What Happens to This Scorpion When the Lights Go Out
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Help us caption this image by #YourShot photographer Masashi Mochida: on.natgeo.com/2PuYH9V
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The caves first served as a sanctuary from wild storms and predatory animals. Now they're home to communities that have eschewed modern life for peaceful solitude on.natgeo.com/2QIxUvA
Thousands of People Live in These Ancient Spanish Caves
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Until now, polar bears were the only mammals known to hibernate in dens made of snow on.natgeo.com/2RLa3bZ
These Bats Make Tiny Igloos to Survive the Winter
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For 2,000 years these mountains have been carefully cultivated with a seemingly endless series of terraced fields on.natgeo.com/2rsm7mL
Explore the Emerald Rice Terraces of the Philippines
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Babylon was a city famous for many things, but most notable was its wondrous architecture on.natgeo.com/2PovdL3
Inside the 30-Year Quest for Babylons Ishtar Gate
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What's a snowshoe hare to do when its coat turns white, but there's no snow on the ground?
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Beneath Yellowstone is an otherworldly ecosystem that few visitors see on.natgeo.com/2zT7GwN
See the millennia-old formations underneath Yellowstone
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Young females are more fertile and easy to woo; older females often mate and then eat the male alive on.natgeo.com/2rrpbQl
A spiders pursuit of older mates can have grisly results
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Every winter thousands of twinkling lights illuminate cities across the globe to celebrate the season on.natgeo.com/2rrlDxl
Top 10 places to see holiday lights
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What looks like a mating dance is actually a form of ritual combat between two males
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Of all the great unknowns in outer space, the dark universe might just be the most mysterious on.natgeo.com/2QK2sgC
Dark Universe 101
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While consuming armadillo meat may be odd, the practice is common in places where armadillos are plentiful and other sources of protein are scarce on.natgeo.com/2Uq9wOm
Humans Gave Leprosy to Armadillos. Now, Theyre Giving It Back
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These newts can fend off metamorphosis for months, years, or even a lifetime—and they can still reproduce on.natgeo.com/2G3U1s7
Bizarre Newts Live Their Whole Lives, and Reproduce, As Babies
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A selfie is one of the easiest images you can take—but here's the beautiful and vulnerable place from which the practice originated on.natgeo.com/2SCa8Pc
The Un-Selfie: Taking Back the Self-Portrait
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Ocean pollution, human encroachment, climate change, and other threats have led to the loss of 230 million seabirds in the past six decades on.natgeo.com/2zYNcTB
Incredible Seabird Photos Show Fusion of Past and Present
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"I’m not interested in trying to create something that lasts forever," because there is always more art to create and a new place to go on.natgeo.com/2EmPgIK
How an Artist Puts Clouds and Rainbows in Unlikely Places
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This tarantula is literally crawling out of its skin
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“More than anything else, the Arctic is a place defined by its characteristics rather than the precise location of an artificial line on a globe.” on.natgeo.com/2SBroE5
See the Arctic's striking landscapes from above
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While ramen, with its bold broth, shines as the star of Japanese noodles in America, gentle, subtle soba is starting to make inroads on.natgeo.com/2rqoBSL
Give ramen a rest, and try Japanese soba noodles
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