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Volcanic lightning can help warn of dangerous eruptions

Scientists are learning how to use volcanic lightning as a tool for monitoring eruptions. Here's how it works.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

Get up close with lions and zebras—right this instant

Virtual reality filmmakers captured a groundbreaking expedition to save the Okavango Delta—a freshwater wetland in northern Botswana and one of the most biodiverse regions on the continent.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

See our most compelling photographs of 2018

Two children sleep on the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge, waiting to be heard on their asylum requests. See the 30 most moving photos of the year.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

These spiders feed their leftovers to meat-eating plants

Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbor an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

9 cozy ice hotels and igloos around the globe

Taking cues from the ingenuity of these early Arctic abodes, hotels around the world have successfully tapped into our modern frozen fantasies.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

Can cities solve the climate crisis? Michael Bloomberg thinks so.

In making themselves more sustainable and resilient to onrushing climate change, cities may be able to make a serious dent in global carbon emissions.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

Can humans have babies on Mars? It may be harder than you think.

To build a sustainable presence off Earth, humans will first have to answer some tricky questions about basic biology.
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National Geographic     11.12.2018

Both of NASA's Voyager spacecraft are now interstellar. Where to next?

Launched in 1977, the twin probes will likely outlive the sun. Find out what star systems they’ll meet as they head deeper into the galaxy.
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National Geographic     10.12.2018

People are drinking bat blood in Bolivia

Thousands of bats are sold for their blood each month in Bolivia, supposedly to help treat epilepsy and other ailments. Have questions? Post in the comments below—writer Dina Maron is here to answer.
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National Geographic     10.12.2018

Exclusive photos show deep-sea canyon in U.S. waters teeming with life

A stunning array of biodiversity lies at the depths of a marine region that some fear the Trump administration will open to fishing and mining.
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