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National Geographic     3 hours ago

Long Before Trump, We Were Obsessed With Presidential Hair

In the 18th and 19th centuries, hair was a common thing to exchange between family and friends, as well as a way to remember the dead.
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National Geographic     5 hours ago

How roaches avoid deadly zombification—and more breakthroughs

Parasitic emerald jewel wasps try to turn roaches into zombies, but roaches know how to escape—most of the time.
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National Geographic     11 hours ago

Inside the slow-paced lives of "sea cows"

Nicknamed "sea cows," manatees are aquatic mammals with voracious appetites—spending up to eight hours a day slowly consuming sea grass.
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National Geographic     17 hours ago

Baby Wallaby

After birth, baby wallabies immediately crawl into their mother's pouches and remain there for two months before emerging again.
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National Geographic     19 hours ago

The World's Most Colorful Natural Phenomena

During mating season, the firefly squid in Japan's Toyama Bay rise to the surface and put on a show, just before sunrise.
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National Geographic     21 hour ago

Hares are cannibals and eat meat, surprising photos reveal

In an ironic twist, the mammals also dine on carcasses of their main predator, the Canada lynx.
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National Geographic     23 hours ago

How to film hippos, crocs, and lions and not lose a limb or a camera operator

Few people have explored these stretches of the Okavango River Delta—and even fewer still have filmed them.
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National Geographic     17.02.2019

How sea snakes, surrounded by salt water, quench their thirst

Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink. Such is the lot in life for thirsty sea snakes—and yet they’ve found a way to thrive.
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National Geographic     17.02.2019

New 'astonishing' tarantula has strange horn on its back

While little is known about how the new spider uses its horn, we do know it spends its nights at the entrance of its burrow, waiting to ambush prey.
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National Geographic     17.02.2019

Watch This Artist Paint a Dragon's Body With One Soothing Stroke

The beauty and majesty of the single brushstroke is meant to capture the spirit of the dragon it portrays.
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