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National Geographic     3 hours ago

20 photos of Iceland’s majestic landscapes

Iceland retains its mystique as a place where natural wonders inspire photogenic journeys and more than a few eerie folktales.
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National Geographic     9 hours ago

Spanish Dancing Fish

Known as Spanish dancers, these mollusks are usually only a couple inches long—but can grow up to a foot and a half in length.
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National Geographic     10 hours ago

Discover the best places to witness the wonder of volcanoes

"To me, volcanoes are the most tangible phenomena showing that our planet is alive," says volcanologist Arianna Soldati.
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National Geographic     13 hours ago

New device translates brain activity into speech. Here’s how.

The research could one day give voice to people who lost speech from neurological disorders.
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National Geographic     15 hours ago

1,500 years ago, someone ate a venomous snake whole. Why?

Every once in a while, the preserved poop of people reveals something truly surprising. In this case, it was the fang of a venomous snake—digested by a person in what is now Texas about 1,500 years ago.
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National Geographic     18 hours ago

A rare antelope is being killed to make $20,000 scarves

It takes four Tibetan antelope to provide enough wool for just one shahtoosh scarf, a luxury that's sought primarily by Westerners, and is imperiling the species.
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National Geographic     24.04.2019

Sand mining threatens ways of life, from Cambodia to Nigeria

Dredging sand to meet the demands of a global building boom wreaks havoc on sensitive river systems around the world.
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National Geographic     24.04.2019

40 epic landscapes to inspire your next trip

"This might be my favorite photograph I have ever taken," writes photographer Lace Andersen of this stunning view over Kauai, Hawaii. "Leaning out the door of a helicopter, above the most beautiful place on earth."
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National Geographic     24.04.2019

First 'marsquake' detected by NASA lander

NASA's InSight lander detected the first tremor on the red planet ever recorded—and it almost certainly won't be the last.
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National Geographic     24.04.2019

Most powerful electrical storm on record detected

The total charge in a single thundercloud that appeared on December 1, 2014 could have powered New York City for half an hour.
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