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National Geographic     7 hours ago

20 timeless photos that prove Paris will never go out of style

Explore the classic beauty of the City of Light.
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National Geographic     12 hours ago

Magma found simmering under an 'extinct' volcano. Here's what that means.

The presence of magma does not necessarily mean an eruption is in the volcano’s future, but it calls attention to the potential hazards of overlooked volcanoes that have quietly simmered for tens of thousands of years.
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National Geographic     14 hours ago

The Lion King: Retelling the Story

"It was our chance to retell the story using a new set of tools." See The Lion King in an all new way, in theaters Friday.
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National Geographic     14 hours ago

The Lion King: Retelling the Story

"It was our chance to retell the story using a new set of tools." See The Lion King in an all new way, in theaters Friday.
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National Geographic     16 hours ago

How to feed the world without destroying it

Big changes to farming and how we produce food are needed in order to support a global population of nearly 10 billion by 2050.
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National Geographic     22 hours ago

Why the Apollo missions made Florida synonymous with space

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy delivered a stirring speech that spurred the transformation of a sleepy 72-mile stretch of Florida coastline into the nation's Space Coast.
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National Geographic     17.07.2019

Eat Your Food, and the Package Too

Bowls made of mushrooms, cups fashioned from seaweed, straws made of sugar: Designers are creating ephemeral alternatives to plastic food packaging.
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National Geographic     17.07.2019

Everything to know about Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

From glowing lava flows and earth-shaking tremors to wind, rain, and waves, the forces that shaped our planet are fully on display on the Big Island.
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National Geographic     17.07.2019

Explore 60 years of rockets

Early rocketeers figured that a multistage launcher could propel humans to the moon. The Saturn V did that—and set the stage for the future.
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National Geographic     16.07.2019

‘Off-the-charts’ heat to affect millions in U.S. in coming decades

Within 60 years, hot days in the U.S. could be so intense that the current heat index can’t measure them.
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