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The discovery that cobras are different enough to be four distinct species could have major real-world ramifications—in particular, developing more effective antivenom to treat snakebites on.natgeo.com/3wnUegS
The king cobra is likely a royal family of four species
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Two of the world’s most ubiquitous species of reef-building corals seem surprisingly able to survive and even cope well with climate change, according to a new study on.natgeo.com/3a5Ph53
Climate-resilient coral species offer hope for the worlds reefs
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From lively coastal towns and their preserved heritage to pristine stretches of marshland and beaches, Georgia’s coastal wonders reward exploration on.natgeo.com/3sXUWRh
Discover the natural wonders along Georgias coast
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Scientists hope that this forensic breakthrough will enable them to identify victims of ancient tsunamis on.natgeo.com/3FMYOJV
This man drowned 5,000 years ago. How do we know that?
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Follow chef Jose Andres and World Central Kitchen on their journey to save the world, one meal at a time. The documentary film, We Feed People, streams May 27 on #DisneyPlus
 
Much of the archipelago’s undersea splendor is protected, but some areas are being stressed by climate change and harmed by destructive fishing practices on.natgeo.com/3yzc4A7
Coral reefs in the Philippines are some of the worlds most vibrantbut in peril
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Two young, orphan elephants play in the forest in this image from our archives
 
We’re learning more about what they endure as they fly thousands of miles—and how humans and climate change are making it tougher for them on.natgeo.com/3yz5MAH
The Epic Journeys of Migratory Birds
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National Geographic Explorer Keolu Fox is using genetic research to help understand Indigenous history, rectify injustices, and pave new ways forward in medicine and beyond on.natgeo.com/3LiKZUt
Keolu Fox: Decoding the past to build a better future
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Millions of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 lose their sense of smell for months at a time. Hoping to speed up recovery, many are resorting to 'smell training' on.natgeo.com/3wm8ecp
Lost your smell to COVID-19? Heres how to retrain your brain.
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No one expects a family to achieve zero waste overnight. Once your family settles into new habits, you might find that reducing your trash is easier than you expected on.natgeo.com/3FMqSNj
Becoming an (almost) zero-waste family
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During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union began to build powerful new rockets—which they would eventually use to send humans into space and, ultimately, to the moon on.natgeo.com/3a1nbHZ
How the space race launched an era of exploration beyond Earth
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Innovative policies and a diverse scorpion population have led to new treatments in Mexico, providing a model for other developing countries, experts say on.natgeo.com/3N4FAls
How Mexico revolutionized the science of antivenom
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Archaeologists hope to unearth valuable information about the enslaved Africans from Clotilda’s last passage—and have already found evidence of its criminal sinking on.natgeo.com/3sB1qFf
DNA recovery attempt begins on last American slave ship
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There’s more to the multiverse than you may think. Explore the science of the multiverse and watch @MarvelStudios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in theaters everywhere now
 
Mining will always have environmental impacts, but new approaches could help reduce them as the world digs up more metals for renewable energy on.natgeo.com/3FKRjmF
Mining is a polluting business. Can new tech make it cleaner?
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A Central American squirrel monkey enjoys a meal in this archival image captured in Costa Rica
 
By successfully summiting Everest, a group of Black and Nepali climbers just made history on the world’s tallest mountain on.natgeo.com/3N7yHj6
A revolutionary team of climbers just made history on Everest
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Defenses such as spines, suckers, armor, and even venom can’t make an animal invincible on.natgeo.com/3Mh93Zw
How predators get past the trickiest of defenses
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Cut from a sheer cliff face nearly a thousand years ago, India's Ajanta Caves are home to sacred Buddhist spaces adorned with vibrant works of ancient art on.natgeo.com/3N8ZawT
Buddhist masterpieces lay hidden for centuries inside these Indian caves
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New green initiatives, including solar-powered boats, aim to make boating on Kerala’s Lake Vembanad more sustainable on.natgeo.com/38nFM0g
Can solar power save Indias iconic houseboat capital?
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In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, artists’ creations protest the country’s plight as a dump for global waste on.natgeo.com/3w9nQ2z
These artists transform garbage into garb to take a stand
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Much of the archipelago’s undersea splendor is protected, but some areas are being stressed by climate change and harmed by destructive fishing practices on.natgeo.com/3w8Wj1d
Coral reefs in the Philippines are some of the worlds most vibrantbut in peril
nationalgeographic.com
 
Male Hercules beetles fight for mating rights by using their horns—and throwing their opponents to the ground
 
Archaeologists hope to unearth valuable information about the enslaved Africans from Clotilda’s last passage—and have already found evidence of its criminal sinking on.natgeo.com/3FGPZRO
DNA recovery attempt begins on last American slave ship
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The image will help scientists continue studying whether physics as we know it—and in particular, Einstein’s theory of general relativity—holds up in the extreme environment surrounding a supermassive black hole on.natgeo.com/37Duk0e
 
From lively coastal towns and their preserved heritage to pristine stretches of marshland and beaches, Georgia’s coastal wonders reward exploration on.natgeo.com/3wncg2W
Discover the natural wonders along Georgias coast
nationalgeographic.com
 
A spike-leafed lobelia holds rainwater after a downpour in this archival image captured near Mount Kenya, Kenya
 
These inexpensive overnight bunks are the kind of places that exemplify the lore embedded in New Zealand’s beloved hiking culture on.natgeo.com/3sr25cr
 
Hi @NatGeo is there anyone on the subscription support? There has been no answer to my simple subscription trouble for more than 2 days :( Thanks!
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We’re sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with your subscription! Please click the following link in our Support Center for information on how to contact our magazine customer service office: help.nationalgeographic.com/s/article/nati…
 
A global network of telescopes has captured the extreme environment surrounding the supermassive black hole in our cosmic backyard on.natgeo.com/3w7mWUi
Behold: The first picture of the black hole at the center of our galaxy
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Sky-watchers across the Americas and in parts of Europe and Africa will have front-row seats to a nighttime spectacle on May 15 and 16: one of the longest total lunar eclipse of the decade on.natgeo.com/3l31rhe
A super-long blood moon is coming. Here's how to see it.
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One of the best-known works of art and architecture in the world, the Taj Mahal has endured as a site of religious pilgrimage and a romantic destination for lovers over the centuries on.natgeo.com/3MaQiXE
A husband's love built the Taj Mahalbut cost him an empire
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In all of them, victims were wrongfully condemned as witches, often tortured, and then put to death, a history that is fascinating—and horrific on.natgeo.com/3P7R618
Witch panics killed thousands throughout history
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Turn your sound on to hear the territorial call of an Amur Leopard
 
Every week we publish stories that help you understand our fascinating world a little bit better. See how well you've followed our recent headlines on.natgeo.com/3L3xJTJ
Nat Geo's Weekly News Quiz: May 11, 2022
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In the reptile world, there are many bizarre shapes and colors, but some of the most striking variations are found in the chameleons. 🦎

#NatGeoExplorer and #PhotoArk founder @JoelSartore documented this veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus), in Lincoln, Nebraska.
 
Sunset light glows on the north face of The Mönch, Bernese Alps, Switzerland
 
These inexpensive overnight bunks are the kind of places that exemplify the lore embedded in New Zealand’s beloved hiking culture on.natgeo.com/3ljoMeN
Heres why hut-hiking is the best way to see New Zealand
nationalgeographic.com
 
For viewers across the Americas, an extra large full moon will turn deep blood red for nearly an hour and a half on May 15 and 16 on.natgeo.com/3NoJFBh
 
Millions of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 lose their sense of smell for months at a time. Hoping to speed up recovery, many are resorting to 'smell training' on.natgeo.com/37ARAfj
Lost your smell to COVID-19? Heres how to retrain your brain.
nationalgeographic.com
 
Police tracked looters to the subterranean complex, likely built during a time when the Assyrian Empire was expanding in the region in the 8th century B.C. on.natgeo.com/3P9aPh0
Secret tunnel reveals procession of ancient gods
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Pando, a huge aspen grove in Utah, is a single organism that’s lived for millennia. Unchecked grazing is destroying it on.natgeo.com/39adyGD
The biggest living thing on Earth is being nibbled to death. Can it be saved?
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Demand for these threatened succulents is so great, they're "worth more than heroin by weight." on.natgeo.com/3kWCiEM
These tiny succulents are under siege from international crime rings
nationalgeographic.com
 
Creative children are often better problem solvers and more resilient. Here’s how to help them continue to exercise those creative muscles throughout their lives on.natgeo.com/3PcNMlh
Train your kids to be more creative
nationalgeographic.com
 
Yellowstone may epitomize America’s great outdoors, but it’s just No. 5 on the list of the most visited U.S. national parks last year on.natgeo.com/3yroTwo
Here are the 10 most popular U.S. national parks
nationalgeographic.com
 
Mouse-eared bats make sounds like buzzing hornets, in an apparent attempt to avoid being eaten—a remarkable adaptation not previously seen in a mammal on.natgeo.com/3PnuMAW
These bats imitate hornets to avoid being eaten by owls
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