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How Freaky, Prehistoric Fish Got Trapped in a Fence
Date:  8/4/2015
Title:  How Freaky, Prehistoric Fish Got Trapped in a Fence
Description:  National Geographic explorer and geoscientist Andrés Ruzo recently came upon a surprising sight in Dallas, Texas. The Trinity River had flooded, and when the ...
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Photographing our Seas: Marine Birds and Conservation - Nat Geo Live
Date:  8/3/2015
Title:  Photographing our Seas: Marine Birds and Conservation - Nat Geo Live
Description:  While photographing the biodiversity in southern Africa's marine reserves, National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak also captures the importance of ...
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When ISIS Attacked, She Inspired the World to Act
Date:  8/3/2015
Title:  When ISIS Attacked, She Inspired the World to Act
Description:  In August 2014 Islamic State militants slaughtered hundreds of Yazidi men in northern Iraq and enslaved Yazidi women. Tens of thousands of Yazidi refugees ...
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Scientists Create Tiny Zones of Climate Change
Date:  7/31/2015
Title:  Scientists Create Tiny Zones of Climate Change
Description:  To study warming temperatures, the Rob Dunn Lab has set up small chambers to simulate climate change in the woods of North Carolina and Massachusetts.
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Sinking in Shark-Infested Waters: WWII Survivors Recall Navy Disaster
Date:  7/30/2015
Title:  Sinking in Shark-Infested Waters: WWII Survivors Recall Navy Disaster
Description:  July 30, 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis—the maritime disaster made famous by Captain Quint's monologue in the ...
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Nighttime Thunderstorms: Unraveling Their Mysteries
Date:  7/30/2015
Title:  Nighttime Thunderstorms: Unraveling Their Mysteries
Description:  How and why nighttime thunderstorms form is still a mystery. They occur in a layer of the atmosphere that scientists haven't been able to study easily. Usually ...
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How Crazy Ants Carry Heavy Loads
Date:  7/29/2015
Title:  How Crazy Ants Carry Heavy Loads
Description:  Ants are most effective when they work in organized groups, according to a study recently published in the journal Nature Communications. Researchers at the ...
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Photographing Our Seas: Whale Sharks and Mudskippers - Nat Geo Live
Date:  7/28/2015
Title:  Photographing Our Seas: Whale Sharks and Mudskippers - Nat Geo Live
Description:  Unbeknownst to many, the Middle East is home to some of the world's most remarkable marine ecosystems. But amid photographing juvenile whale sharks and ...
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Human-Looking Faces on Animal Bodies: Taxidermy as Art
Date:  7/28/2015
Title:  Human-Looking Faces on Animal Bodies: Taxidermy as Art
Description:  Brooklyn-based artist Kate Clark uses clay to sculpt human faces onto traditional taxidermy forms, covering the human features with the animal's skin. She hopes ...
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Photographing Our Seas: Jellyfish, Salmon, and Black Bears - Nat Geo Live
Date:  7/27/2015
Title:  Photographing Our Seas: Jellyfish, Salmon, and Black Bears - Nat Geo Live
Description:  National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak dives into freezing waters to photograph the stunning biodiversity of the Great Bear Rainforest, including ...
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Divers Fight the Invasive Lionfish
Date:  7/24/2015
Title:  Divers Fight the Invasive Lionfish
Description:  The lionfish is invading Florida's coastal waters, harming native wildlife and habitat. This non-native species has venomous spines, lacks natural predators, and ...
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“Maybe Time Doesn’t Even Exist”
Date:  7/23/2015
Title:  “Maybe Time Doesn’t Even Exist”
Description:  As chief time scientist at the U.S. Naval Observatory, Demetrios Matsakis has spent his career monitoring time, including making sure that the Navy's master ...
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Storks and Their Babies Make a Comeback in France
Date:  7/22/2015
Title:  Storks and Their Babies Make a Comeback in France
Description:  The association between storks and babies is legendary, but in the Alsace region of France during the 1960s, the stork and its own babies were nearly wiped out ...
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Photographing Our Seas: Manta Rays - Nat Geo Live
Date:  7/21/2015
Title:  Photographing Our Seas: Manta Rays - Nat Geo Live
Description:  National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak swims the stormy waters off Hanifaru Bay in the Maldives to turn his lens on the fascinating lives of manta ...
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This Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds of Fruit
Date:  7/21/2015
Title:  This Crazy Tree Grows 40 Kinds of Fruit
Description:  Sam Van Aken, an artist and professor at Syracuse University, uses "chip grafting" to create trees that each bear 40 different varieties of stone fruits, or fruits with ...
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Photographing Our Seas: Sharks and Sardines - Nat Geo Live
Date:  7/20/2015
Title:  Photographing Our Seas: Sharks and Sardines - Nat Geo Live
Description:  How do you make people care about animals often associated with sheer terror? Or those thought of mostly as a pizza topping? Marine biologist turned National ...
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Amazing Waterspout Encounter Caught on Video
Date:  7/17/2015
Title:  Amazing Waterspout Encounter Caught on Video
Description:  In video captured on June 23, strong winds suddenly form off Long Beach Island's Brant Beach, in New Jersey. Though the videographer refers to a "tornado," ...
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Port Protection
Date:  7/16/2015
Title:  Port Protection
Description:  New Series Premieres Sunday, July 19 at 10/9c natgeotv.com/PortProtection Port Protection is home to the few who have left behind normal society and chosen ...
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Watch a Fish Transform From Animal to Candle
Date:  7/15/2015
Title:  Watch a Fish Transform From Animal to Candle
Description:  The last great eulachon fishery on Earth is found in British Columbia near the mouth of the Nass River, where the fish return to spawn each year. Eulachon are a ...
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Why This Invasive Lizard Is Bad for Puerto Rico
Date:  7/14/2015
Title:  Why This Invasive Lizard Is Bad for Puerto Rico
Description:  Over the past few years, Puerto Rico has been dealing with an exploding iguana population. Originally brought to the island as pets, the lizards now outnumber ...
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How to Power the World With Nuclear Waste
Date:  7/13/2015
Title:  How to Power the World With Nuclear Waste
Description:  Nuclear engineer and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Leslie Dewan is revolutionizing the field of nuclear power by designing a way to power our world ...
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Life After Death: Extinct Animals Immortalized With Taxidermy
Date:  7/13/2015
Title:  Life After Death: Extinct Animals Immortalized With Taxidermy
Description:  The American Museum of Natural History's Michael Novacek discusses how taxidermy serves as both a record and memorial of the world's threatened and ...
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Spend the Perfect Day in Quebec City
Date:  7/11/2015
Title:  Spend the Perfect Day in Quebec City
Description:  National Geographic Urban Insider Annie Fitzsimmons explores the ever changing charms of one of the oldest European settlements in North America.
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Ebola: Photos From the Heart of the Struggle
Date:  7/10/2015
Title:  Ebola: Photos From the Heart of the Struggle
Description:  Photographer Pete Muller describes his experiences photographing Ebola for National Geographic magazine—from tracking down the origins of the virus to ...
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Sharks Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Date:  7/9/2015
Title:  Sharks Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Description:  A real life sharkcano? Ocean engineer Brennan Phillips led a team to the remote Solomon Islands in search of hydrothermal activity. They found plenty of ...
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