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National Geographic     4 hours ago

National Geographic TV

We're LIVE with legendary Free Solo rock climber Alex Honnold at the D23 Expo. Ask questions in the comments below, and swing by to meet him in person if you are at the Expo!
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National Geographic     5 hours ago

Shimmery blue tarantula discovered

This new species of arachnid, native to Sri Lankan rainforests, is turquoise-tinged, fuzzy, and not exactly small.
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National Geographic     8 hours ago

What the Amazon fires mean for wild animals

Ten percent of Earth’s animal species live in the Amazon, and "nothing is adapted to fire.” As fires rage at an unprecedented scale, the implications for wildlife could be severe.
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National Geographic     10 hours ago

Colossal volcano behind 'mystery' global cooling finally found

After years of searching, a team of scientists has finally pinpointed the source of "the largest eruption in Central America that human beings have ever witnessed.”
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National Geographic     14 hours ago

The world’s biggest conference on wildlife trade is happening. Get the details.

Every three years, there’s a global meeting to talk about the international wildlife trade—and how to balance international commerce without driving species to extinction.
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National Geographic     17 hours ago

Meet Lola, a Girl Who Gave Her Final Days to Science

“I wasn't doing it for me. I was doing it for all the other kids who suffered."
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National Geographic     20 hours ago

How the Titanic was lost and found

The Titanic is in severe decay caused by salt corrosion and metal eating bacteria, but research to document and understand the famed ship carry on.
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National Geographic     23.08.2019

The Art of Bonsai

“I think there are ways ... to create a bonsai well, but I don’t know if there are ways to create a bonsai right.” https://on.natgeo.com/30mCMrT
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National Geographic     22.08.2019

Diving into the unfolding history of wrecked slave ships

Of the estimated 500 to 1,000 ships that purportedly wrecked between the 15th and 19th centuries, only five have been found. Now, divers are searching to uncover them, and history lost with them.
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National Geographic     22.08.2019

Record-breaking lightning as long as Kansas spotted

Spider lightning races horizontally through the clouds rather than vertically. And this record-breaking streak is one of many new lightning discoveries found in often overlooked satellite data.
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