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Last 50 tweets from @NatGeo
Furry creatures aren't the only animals that take long rests—and it doesn't only happen in the winter on.natgeo.com/2SG4MXE
Which Animals Hibernate?
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These striking aerial photos illustrate humanity's role in changing the Earth's landscape on.natgeo.com/2NfVnjO
Pictures Show How Modern Life Is Altering the Natural World
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Both the jaguar and caiman are feared on land and in water—but is one mightier than the other?
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Little is known about how the new spider uses its horn, but we do know it spends its nights at the entrance of its burrow, waiting to ambush prey on.natgeo.com/2Ik6Dg8
New 'astonishing' tarantula has strange horn on its back
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By zooming into the incredible shot of the Andromeda galaxy, this filmmaker creates an unforgettable interactive experience on.natgeo.com/2DPZQVR
A Hundred Million Stars in 3 Minutes
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The ancient ruler of the sea may have gone extinct earlier than we thought—and the rise of its smaller but fierce relative, the great white shark, could be to blame on.natgeo.com/2EgvvRO
Megalodon is definitely extinctand great white sharks may be to blame
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The ancient ruler of the sea may have gone extinct earlier than we thought—and the rise of its smaller but fierce relative, the great white shark, could be to blame on.natgeo.com/2V6hhJ0
Megalodon is definitely extinctand great white sharks may be to blame
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São Miguel Island is home to mineral-rich hot springs that turn green tea purple, among other weird wonders on.natgeo.com/2EgrtJa
On this island, volcanoes turn the green tea purple
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Through photosynthesis, it’s been estimated that these single-cell algae produce up to one-quarter of the Earth’s oxygen on.natgeo.com/2EeZWrv
These Kaleidoscopic Masterpieces Are Invisible to the Naked Eye
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A California sea lion chases a sardine bait ball in this stunning black and white image. "Catching one of these sardines is not an easy task for the sea lions," writes Your Shot photographer Nick Polanszky on.natgeo.com/2X8CHH5
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Largely ignored for nearly a century, Matthew Henson may have been the first man to reach the North Pole #BlackHistoryMonth on.natgeo.com/2IjFPg0
Historic Photos Celebrate Pioneering Black Explorer
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How does an animal that spends most of its life in saltwater quench its thirst? on.natgeo.com/2SPUBzd
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The maps were made between 1883 and 1947—and they were never meant to be seen by outsiders on.natgeo.com/2DMTarv
See the Classified Russian Maps That Fell Into Enemy Hands
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Glowing, fluttering, or blooming—these natural phenomena are some of the most colorful spectacles you can witness on.natgeo.com/2Gu9lOq
The World's Most Colorful Natural Phenomena
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Nicknamed "sea cows," manatees are aquatic mammals with voracious appetites—spending up to eight hours a day slowly consuming sea grass on.natgeo.com/2N8X2r4
Manatees explained: Inside the slow-paced lives of "sea cows"
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These stark photographs reveal the contrast of life for prisoners and soldiers at Guantanamo Bay on.natgeo.com/2NbedZc
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A wide array of wildlife, from rare Indian pythons and Irrawaddy dolphins to the iconic Bengal tiger, helped earn the Sundarbans World Heritage status on.natgeo.com/2X3RLpo
Explore the world's largest mangrove forest
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Can dogs tell the difference between a happy owner and an angry one? Evidence suggests the animals are better at detecting human emotion than we may think on.natgeo.com/2V3Z3aY
Dogs Know What That Smile on Your Face Means
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Sobering findings have prompted global concern over the populations of threatened species of butterflies, bees, dung beetles, and more on.natgeo.com/2V44yWT
Why insect populations are plummetingand why it matters
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Watch this frog fish lure its prey—and don't blink
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By the 1920s, Oklahoma was home to some 50 African-American towns, in addition to a large and prosperous black community living in the city of Tulsa on.natgeo.com/2Gv9q4p #BlackHistoryMonth
Rare 1920s Footage: All-Black Towns Living the American Dream
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Hunters are no longer taking pangolins only opportunistically—they're actively hunting them on.natgeo.com/2SOBl59 #WorldPangolinDay
Hunters target endangered pangolins in India
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Maps can do far more than help us avoid a traffic jam or find a coffee shop on.natgeo.com/2SWpMsu
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The beauty and majesty of the single brushstroke is meant to capture the spirit of the dragon it portrays on.natgeo.com/2IheI59
Watch This Artist Paint a Dragon's Body With One Soothing Stroke
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Parasitic emerald jewel wasps try to turn roaches into zombies, but roaches know how to escape—most of the time on.natgeo.com/2SGahWa
How roaches avoid deadly zombificationand more breakthroughs
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On #WorldPangolinDay, we celebrate a charismatic—and threatened—creature that looks a bit like an armadillo, anteater, and dinosaur all at once on.natgeo.com/2Nb6L07
12 photos show the adorable pangolin in all its glory
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The “hairs” on a hairy frogfish are actually skin appendages or spinules, writes Your Shot photographer Nadia Aly, who captured this striking underwater portrait on.natgeo.com/2GKVvX3
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Seemingly normal flowers turn otherworldly under photographer Craig Burrows's lens. Take a look on.natgeo.com/2SV86xf
Pictures Capture the Invisible Glow of Flowers
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The longer the hikikomori remain apart from society, the more aware they become of their social failure on.natgeo.com/2N9BKd3
Pictures Reveal the Isolated Lives of Japans Social Recluses
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French Polynesia isn’t a singular sensation but a mosaic of moods spread across 118 small islands and more than a thousand miles of ocean on.natgeo.com/2N9ZkpV
Why French Polynesia is one of our favorite destinations for 2019
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Watch playful lion cubs LIVE from the Maasai Mara, Kenya! pscp.tv/w/bzeBQDE2Nzk5…
National Geographic @NatGeo
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A handful of new praying mantis species have been discovered in Brazil—and some of them bear incredible horn-like appendages on their heads on.natgeo.com/2Ed9TG4
New 'unicorn' praying mantis found in Brazilian rainforest
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Furry creatures aren't the only animals that take long rests—and it doesn't only happen in the winter on.natgeo.com/2EbBGGE
Which Animals Hibernate?
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Little is known about how the new spider uses its horn, but we do know it spends its nights at the entrance of its burrow, waiting to ambush prey on.natgeo.com/2DNCqka
New 'astonishing' tarantula has strange horn on its back
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Unravelling the secrets of slow slip events—or phantom quakes—could help us better understand their more destructive cousins on.natgeo.com/2N723AF
An earthquake lasted 50 days, but no one felt it. Here's why.
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Water boosts our minds, spirits, and bodies. Which of these locations calls to you? on.natgeo.com/2EdIFyY
The Wonder of Water in 33 Dreamy Pictures
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Fashion is an extension of who we are—and historically black colleges have long played an important role in this expression of style on.natgeo.com/2IgVyw7
Fashion is More Than Tradition at Historically Black Colleges
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We're asking Your Shot photographers to show us what climate changes look like in their own communities—and what can be done about it #sponsored @ParisPittsburgh on.natgeo.com/2DFLWpo
'Climate Action in Your Community' Photo Assignment National Geographic Your Shot
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If you love space, odds are you’ve admired the work of Bill Ingalls, NASA's official photographer for 30 years on.natgeo.com/2GPkskp
See the best pictures from NASA's official photographer
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Waiting for just the right moment, Your Shot photographer Jesus Garrido Moreno captured this beautiful image of young swans in the Alps on.natgeo.com/2EafT24
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These fleeting sculptures last for five seconds—10 seconds at most—in their uncommon settings before they disappear on.natgeo.com/2S47OQg
This artist makes clouds appear in unexpected places
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This map, dated 1593, is one of fewer than 100 such documents that have survived the ravages of time on.natgeo.com/2GGB2CS
Rare Aztec Map Reveals a Glimpse of Life in 1500s Mexico
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The non-invasive approach will improve the accuracy of wildlife surveys in snowy environments on.natgeo.com/2GKklGs
How DNA from snow helps scientists track elusive animals
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Golden eagles can see the ultraviolet spectrum—which enables them to detect the urine trails of small rodents
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Watch playful cubs of the Sausage Tree Pride of lions, LIVE from the Maasai Mara, Kenya! pscp.tv/w/bzYxPTE2Nzk5…
National Geographic @NatGeo
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A wide array of wildlife, from rare Indian pythons and Irrawaddy dolphins to the iconic Bengal tiger, helped earn the Sundarbans World Heritage status on.natgeo.com/2DEU61h
Explore the world's largest mangrove forest
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After years of working in conflict-ridden regions, photographer Pete Muller turned to the woods for solace on.natgeo.com/2GqFxlM
This Photographer Found Peace While Fly-Fishing Kenya's Lush Highland Rivers
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The bonds between albatrosses can last decades, and every year they return to this colony
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Sobering findings have prompted global concern over the populations of threatened species of butterflies, bees, dung beetles, and more on.natgeo.com/2UYl2A0
Why insect populations are plummetingand why it matters
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America’s state parks may keep a lower profile than the renowned national parks, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less of a worthwhile destination on.natgeo.com/2E9duoD
20 wild and beautiful U.S. state parks
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