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Analyzing extinct dire wolf DNA revealed a few surprises—including that these extinct carnivores weren't very closely related to gray wolves on.natgeo.com/3smvh2y
Dire wolves were realand even stranger than we thought
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Ritualization may have helped human cultures maintain behaviors that people thought would keep them safe, even after the initial reason for a behavior was forgotten on.natgeo.com/39wwmMD
Why do humans embrace rituals? Disease and danger may be at the root of the behaviors.
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Parents should resist the urge to dismiss kids’ feelings and instead, model empathy by acknowledging that things are different and tough on.natgeo.com/35CF62M
Kids can get lonely. Heres why thats more concerning during the pandemic.
nationalgeographic.com
 
Meet Figaro, a Goffin's cockatoo. He taught himself how to turn cardboard into a tool on.natgeo.com/3i9pQPX
Think Birdbrain Is an Insult? Think Again.
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COVID-19 has decimated the tourism economy in the area surrounding the Inca ruins, which attract more than a million visitors in a normal year on.natgeo.com/3bzfS9f
The collapse of tourism brings problems to Machu Picchu
nationalgeographic.com
 
In the presence of a mob, the paintings and statues in the U.S. Capitol revealed the complexities of power and politics, an American art curator explains on.natgeo.com/2LwAHav
Treasures of American art bear witness to a historic insurrection
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Go behind the scenes of #Trafficked with @MarianaVZ in a special episode tonight at 11/10c—directly after the season finale at 9/8c—on National Geographic
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Some 45,500 years ago, ancient humans on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi sketched out the rotund form of a native pig—the oldest drawing of a creature yet discovered on.natgeo.com/3sp3K0f
This 45,500-year-old pig painting is the worlds oldest animal art
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TONIGHT at 9p on @NatGeoChannel. Don’t miss the season finale of TRAFFICKED.
 
The U.S. has only taken this action against its president four times, and Trump now accounts for half of those occasions on.natgeo.com/3sm1cjC
In a historic first, a U.S. president has been impeached twice. Here's what happens next.
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In the stratosphere over Siberia, temperatures recently jumped nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit, shoving the polar vortex off its North Pole perch on.natgeo.com/39tFcKX
The polar vortex is comingand raising the odds for intense winter weather
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In the midst of devastating-sounding statistics, there's hope on.natgeo.com/2LNPc9X
 
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Learn more about some trailblazing women and their achievements in science and exploration on.natgeo.com/2Kah2fW
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Travel through time and look back on 130 years worth of National Geographic magazine covers
 
Travel through time and look back on 130 years worth of National Geographic magazine covers
 
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In 133 years, many influential women have visited the National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Here, Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt arrive at National Geographic for a lunch honoring Earhart pic.twitter.com/vdr7SPNWqf
 
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Peek through these vintage photos from our archives to see if you can find the familiar yellow-framed cover on.natgeo.com/3bzMr6X
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In 133 years, many influential women have visited the National Geographic Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Here, Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt arrive at National Geographic for a lunch honoring Earhart
 
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This isn’t just the earliest film in National Geographic's archives—it’s a peek into a pair of wildly disastrous scientific adventures on.natgeo.com/3oKydDO
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Peek through these vintage photos from our archives to see if you can find the familiar yellow-framed cover on.natgeo.com/3bzMr6X
 
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These photographic milestones pushed the boundaries of storytelling on.natgeo.com/3oBFkyt
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This isn’t just the earliest film in National Geographic's archives—it’s a peek into a pair of wildly disastrous scientific adventures on.natgeo.com/3oKydDO
115 Years Ago, This Arctic Expedition Ended in Disaster
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January 13, 2021, marks National Geographic's 133rd birthday! Take a look back at some moments from our history on.natgeo.com/3oBFkyt pic.twitter.com/QmPwubivPA
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These photographic milestones pushed the boundaries of storytelling on.natgeo.com/3oBFkyt
 
January 13, 2021, marks National Geographic's 133rd birthday! Take a look back at some moments from our history on.natgeo.com/3oBFkyt
 
From Viking hammers to fictional flags, the Capitol riots contained many ancient symbols repurposed by white nationalists. Here’s what they mean. on.natgeo.com/38BVJNL
Decoding the hate symbols seen at the Capitol insurrection
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Here’s what the experts say about how to help your family set healthy, helpful routines on.natgeo.com/38Gy1Qu
The science behind all that 'create a routine' advice
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Whether you prefer the view from Earth's highest peak or deepest crevices, find the inspiration for a future journey on.natgeo.com/3snXsho
Canyons and Valleys: Striking Landscapes Across the World
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As meadows vanish, so too do gray big-eared bats, a species so elusive that few photographs of it exist on.natgeo.com/38EDx65
 
Conservationists are building nest boxes as a temporary solution to house the tree-dwelling rodents on.natgeo.com/3oDI3HC
Sleepy dormice are losing their cozy tree hollows
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The herbarium at London’s Natural History Museum is one of the world’s biggest plant collections. Take a look at some of its most vibrant specimens on.natgeo.com/39txn86
These painstakingly preserved plants are still radiant centuries later
nationalgeographic.com
 
To speed inoculations, the U.S. plans to release all available vaccine doses and open access to anyone over 65 on.natgeo.com/3oLafbS
U.S. plans to open up vaccination to everyone 65 and older
nationalgeographic.com
 
This family of otters will not be intimidated—not even by a crocodile
 
"What happened Wednesday stands out because it is so singular in U.S. history. Yet it’s not that unusual if we look at events across the world" on.natgeo.com/3bA0JVc
This expert has tracked 30 years of global protests. Heres what hes learned.
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
COVID-19 has decimated the tourism economy in the area surrounding the Inca ruins, which attract more than a million visitors in a normal year on.natgeo.com/3sdq6lz
The collapse of tourism brings problems to Machu Picchu
nationalgeographic.com
 
Scientists have recorded an entirely new way snakes can move—forming a lasso-like loop to shimmy up a pole on.natgeo.com/3oHxnIe
Invasive snakes move their bodies like lassos, a totally new mode of locomotion
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
In the stratosphere over Siberia, temperatures recently jumped nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit, shoving the polar vortex off its North Pole perch on.natgeo.com/3oGyE1W
The polar vortex is comingand raising the odds for intense winter weather
nationalgeographic.com
 
Here’s what the experts say about how to help your family set healthy, helpful routines on.natgeo.com/3sfnFyJ
The science behind all that 'create a routine' advice
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
Endangered primates such as Sumatran orangutans and western lowland gorillas are particularly vulnerable to infection due to their genetic similarities to humans on.natgeo.com/35zT0T0
Endangered primates face high risk of catching COVID-19
nationalgeographic.com
 
False killer whales may resemble orcas, but they're actually members of the dolphin family
 
From sniffing out invasive zebra mussels to tracking grizzlies, “conservationist” is the K9’s newest profession on.natgeo.com/2Lo7z5o
Dogs put their noses to work saving wildlife
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Western lowland gorillas are known to be susceptible to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. On January 11, three at the San Diego Zoo tested positive on.natgeo.com/3qfOi51
3 gorillas test positive for COVID-19 at San Diego Zoofirst in the world
nationalgeographic.com
 
“Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors”

What exactly do these terms enshrined in Article II, section 4 of Constitution mean? on.natgeo.com/3qaJmhx
Heres how scholars interpret treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors
nationalgeographic.com
 
Melting snow reveals the Buffalo Fork of the Snake River in Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming
 
Scientists have recorded an entirely new way snakes can move—forming a lasso-like loop to shimmy up a pole on.natgeo.com/3nxcLAR
Invasive snakes move their bodies like lassos, a totally new mode of locomotion
nationalgeographic.com
 
 
Solitary tree-dwellers native to Saudi Arabia and Yemen, veiled chameleons—also called cone-headed chameleons—ambush their prey with long, sticky tongues on.natgeo.com/2XsvBOT
Veiled chameleon
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Longtime National Geographic photographer David Guttenfelder has covered events around the globe, but working during the pandemic meant staying closer to home documenting the Midwest on.natgeo.com/3bu4wU0
On photographing 2020: Everybodys got an important story to tell
nationalgeographic.com
 
The six-week war between Armenia and Azerbaijan killed more than 5,000 people, displaced tens of thousands more, and unleashed an uncontrolled outbreak of COVID-19 on.natgeo.com/3i1YF9r
In Nagorno-Karabakh, people grapple with wars aftermath and COVID-19
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