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Diving Deep Below Arctic Ice to Bring Back Our Ocean’s Skeletons: #bestjobever
Date:  8/25/2016
Title:  Diving Deep Below Arctic Ice to Bring Back Our Ocean’s Skeletons: #bestjobever
Description:  Polar expeditions to explore the ocean are not for the faint of heart. Above the water's surface, you better be on alert for polar bears. Below, you better be game ...
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Earth is Our Home—Lets Protect It
Date:  8/24/2016
Title:  Earth is Our Home—Lets Protect It
Description:  Humans aren't separate from nature, we're part of it. Let's make our planet proud. National Geographic Society is proud to be partnering with the International ...
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Sea Otters: This Kelp Forest’s Best Friend
Date:  8/24/2016
Title:  Sea Otters: This Kelp Forest’s Best Friend
Description:  Sea otters and kelp forests have the ultimate mutualistic relationship. Watch new episodes of wild_life with Bertie Gregory on Wednesdays at ...
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TIL: Female Lions Synchronize Their “Periods”
Date:  8/23/2016
Title:  TIL: Female Lions Synchronize Their “Periods”
Description:  While researching lions in Zambia, biologist Thandiwe Mweetwa noticed that lionesses within a pride will all have cubs around the same time. When she looked ...
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Searching For Life in Volcanoes and Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live
Date:  8/22/2016
Title:  Searching For Life in Volcanoes and Other Extreme Environments - Nat Geo Live
Description:  Found everywhere from the rim of a lava lake to the inside an iceberg, microbes are remarkable organisms that can live in places humans can only dream of.
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Gecko Feet: How Do They Stick to Walls?
Date:  8/22/2016
Title:  Gecko Feet: How Do They Stick to Walls?
Description:  Geckos can get themselves into some precipitous places. What's their secret? Read about web-footed geckos: ...
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What are Comb Jellies and Why is Their Poop Important?
Date:  8/21/2016
Title:  What are Comb Jellies and Why is Their Poop Important?
Description:  Comb jellies look like creatures from another planet. Despite their name and physical appearance, these sea creatures are different from jellyfish. They're also ...
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Does This Village in China Hold the Key to Living Past 100?
Date:  8/21/2016
Title:  Does This Village in China Hold the Key to Living Past 100?
Description:  In Bama County, Guangxi, China, living past the age of a hundred isn't just commonplace, it's become a tourist attraction. People from big cities flock to villages ...
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Care About the Ocean? Think Twice About Your Coffee Lid.
Date:  8/20/2016
Title:  Care About the Ocean? Think Twice About Your Coffee Lid.
Description:  Near Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean, currents define the Sargasso Sea—the only sea that is not defined by land boundaries. Known by some as a floating rain ...
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Animals Need Freedom to Migrate—Humans Can Help
Date:  8/19/2016
Title:  Animals Need Freedom to Migrate—Humans Can Help
Description:  Animals have to move to survive; creatures need the freedom to migrate. Human boundaries are changing a delicate cycle, but we can take bold steps forward ...
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Drone POV: Soaring Over Iceland’s Rugged Landscape
Date:  8/19/2016
Title:  Drone POV: Soaring Over Iceland’s Rugged Landscape
Description:  In this short film, the photographic team of Tucker Bowen and Sabine Scherer pairs unique drone footage of Iceland's rugged topography with music by Doppio.
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Adorable Googly-Eyed Sea Creature Puzzles Scientists
Date:  8/19/2016
Title:  Adorable Googly-Eyed Sea Creature Puzzles Scientists
Description:  Scientists aboard the Nautilus vessel recently spotted this cuddly creature 2950 feet (900 meters) below the surface of the water off the coast of California.
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Why Hundreds of Sea Otters Died in the Pacific
Date:  8/18/2016
Title:  Why Hundreds of Sea Otters Died in the Pacific
Description:  When these otters were found wheezing and struggling with seizures on beaches in Homer, Alaska, researchers were surprised. In the past, maybe 75 dying ...
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Transforming Human Poop Into Eco-Friendly Fertilizer: #bestjobever
Date:  8/18/2016
Title:  Transforming Human Poop Into Eco-Friendly Fertilizer: #bestjobever
Description:  Everyone poops. But who wants to actually deal with it? Ecologist Sasha Kramer literally works with poop and thinks about it every day. She is helping to ...
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Herons Have a Secret Weapon for Catching Fish: the Deathblow
Date:  8/17/2016
Title:  Herons Have a Secret Weapon for Catching Fish: the Deathblow
Description:  How do your fishing techniques match up to the heron's deathblow? Watch new episodes of wild_life with Bertie Gregory on Wednesdays at ...
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Climate Change Impacts All of Us, But Theres Hope
Date:  8/16/2016
Title:  Climate Change Impacts All of Us, But Theres Hope
Description:  Climate change is impacting all of us, but there is hope. We can make a difference by being bold together. National Geographic Society is proud to be partnering ...
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Is Swimming With These Endangered Whale Sharks Helping or Hurting Them?
Date:  8/16/2016
Title:  Is Swimming With These Endangered Whale Sharks Helping or Hurting Them?
Description:  Whale shark swimming tours are a popular tourist draw in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. These tours are promoted as a way to boost the local economy and ...
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Black Holes, Blazars, and Women of Color in Science - Nat Geo Live
Date:  8/15/2016
Title:  Black Holes, Blazars, and Women of Color in Science - Nat Geo Live
Description:  From the young age of 12, Jedidah Isler, a 2016 National Geographic emerging explorer, knew she wanted to be an astrophysicist. Despite the fact that there are ...
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The Surprising History of Bananas in Under 2 Minutes
Date:  8/15/2016
Title:  The Surprising History of Bananas in Under 2 Minutes
Description:  Bananas are the most popular fruit in the United States today. How they attained this status is a story that spans seven millennia, three continents, and an ocean.
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From TV Repairman to Artist, One Man Makes Art Out of Parts
Date:  8/14/2016
Title:  From TV Repairman to Artist, One Man Makes Art Out of Parts
Description:  California Assemblage art was born out of the Beat Generation of artists and poets and was most prominent in the 1950s and '60s; the art form is a process in ...
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This U.S. Fencer Is Named After a Warrior Queen—and It Shows
Date:  8/13/2016
Title:  This U.S. Fencer Is Named After a Warrior Queen—and It Shows
Description:  Fencer Nzingha Prescod became the first African-American woman to win an individual medal at the Senior World Championships in 2015. In this short ...
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Can Elephants Jump? 5 Facts About the Largest Land Animal
Date:  8/12/2016
Title:  Can Elephants Jump? 5 Facts About the Largest Land Animal
Description:  Here are five facts about the biggest animal on land. See more: Stunning Pictures of Elephants ...
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These Rare Giraffes Were Killed Just for Their Tails (Exclusive Video)
Date:  8/12/2016
Title:  These Rare Giraffes Were Killed Just for Their Tails (Exclusive Video)
Description:  The killing of three rare Kordofan giraffes inspired a filmmaker to transform his anger into action. David Hamlin was on assignment in the Democratic Republic of ...
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Could Biking in a City Be Bad for Your Health?
Date:  8/11/2016
Title:  Could Biking in a City Be Bad for Your Health?
Description:  For some people, biking to work is a choice to live a healthier lifestyle. But could their daily two-wheeled commute do more harm than good? That's the question ...
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Would You Bite Into a Raw Bison Liver?
Date:  8/11/2016
Title:  Would You Bite Into a Raw Bison Liver?
Description:  At first glance, Chris Bashinelli, a cross-cultural explorer and National Geographic grantee, might seem like your cliché New Yorker: brash, assertive, an avid ...
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