National Geographic
National Geographic
04/26/2017 at 10:15. Facebook
Cameras attached to humpback whales are giving researchers fresh insight into a rapidly changing Southern Ocean. Take a look.
Cameras attached to humpback whales are giving researchers fresh insight into a

Get an Amazing Whale's-Eye View Underneath Antarctica

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Martin Anderson
Lennart Lundberg
Merari Raubenheimer
National Geographic
National Geographic
04/26/2017 at 07:15. Facebook
Watch: Decades after the Chernobyl nuclear accident, the absence of humans has created an opportunity for nature to thrive.
Watch Decades after the Chernobyl nuclear accident the absence of humans has

Decades After Chernobyl, Nature Is Thriving

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Melissa Bird
Debbie S Kleinknecht
Genevieve Ishtar
National Geographic
National Geographic
04/26/2017 at 04:12. Facebook
Our video of the day: Weaving together history, language, dance, and music, this hypnotic short film captures a young woman's fear that her tribe's story will be forgotten.
Our video of the day Weaving together history language dance and music

What Does it Mean to be Native American Today?

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Alastair Scullion
Kirsten Kindel
Toby Arlene Chapman
National Geographic
National Geographic
04/26/2017 at 01:15. Facebook
There are less than 100 Sumatran rhinos left in the world, and thanks to social media one more has been saved.
There are less than 100 Sumatran rhinos left in the world and

How Social Media Saved One of the World's Last Sumatran Rhinos

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Ryan Holley
Susan Wise Moore
Susan Barrett
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 22:42. Facebook
Watch: NASA's Cassini spacecraft is entering the final phase of its 20-year mission to Saturn. See how the data from Cassini will improve our understanding of the ringed planet.
Watch NASAs Cassini spacecraft is entering the final phase of its 20year

Why Is the Cassini Probe on a Collision Course with Saturn?

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Kim Odejar
Kris Galabov
Lukasz Skrodzki
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 20:26. Facebook
What Albert Einstein did with his Nobel Prize money may surprise you. Catch the premiere of #Genius tonight at 9/8c.
What Albert Einstein did with his Nobel Prize money may surprise you

10 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Einstein

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Michael Kiroff
Agustin Foncubierta Montero
Jules Dash
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
Albert Einstein will forever be remembered for his #Genius. But how did he become the brilliant scientist we know him as today? Don't miss the series premiere TONIGHT, 4/25, at 9/8c.
Scott Boan
The Law Of Attraction World
Morgan Michelson-Kelly
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 18:04. Facebook
Join our Starstruck columnist Andrew Fazekas aka The Night Sky Guy for this week's celestial highlights
Gerald Mcmillan
Patricia Tapia Arciniega
Mayada Mohamed Ahmed
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 15:44. Facebook
The prince of cats is heading out on the prowl! Welcome to #safariLIVE! Join us on a daily live safari as we go in search of wild animals in the African wilderness. Post your questions to our expert guides in the comments sections below.
Luiz Vasco
Rj Kary
Jackie Payne
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 15:18. Facebook
Eight fetal lambs survived and grew inside an artificial womb for four weeks—the longest an animal has done so.
Eight fetal lambs survived and grew inside an artificial womb for four

Artificial Womb Could Offer New Hope for Premature Babies

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Kathy Lebron
Lisa Dixon
Dawn Michelle
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 12:48. Facebook
Photographer Luisa Whitton documents robotics—to learn more about humanity. #Genius

Don't miss the series premiere of Genius tonight, April 25th, at 9/8c. Learn more at natgeotv.com/genius.
Emily Alexander-Peach
Dumpling Pereira
David Azrael
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 12:15. Facebook
“Every question must have a definable answer, and I intend to find those answers.” Join Albert Einstein on his quest for knowledge. #Genius premieres tonight at 9/8c.
Mason Kelsey
Brenda Anzaldo Catalá
Xristos Tzougkarakis
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 10:17. Facebook
To star in the series #Genius, Rush studied Einstein’s scientific theories, eccentricities, and misfortunes. Don't miss the premiere tonight, 4/25, at 9/8c.
To star in the series Genius Rush studied Einsteins scientific theories eccentricities

Geoffrey Rush Explains Why Playing Einstein is 'Scary' Yet 'Delicious'

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Katherine Compton
Paul Tomlinson
Stephan Lewis
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 07:15. Facebook
With their charismatic nature, signature tuxedo look, and unique mating rituals, penguins are among Earth's most beloved creatures.
With their charismatic nature signature tuxedo look and unique mating rituals penguins

12 Penguin Portraits Show Personality

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Charles Herbek
Nicola Barker
Suzanne Livingstone
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 05:15. Facebook
Since an octopus is unprotected while hunting, a shell can provide more safety—even if it's cumbersome to lug around.
Since an octopus is unprotected while hunting a shell can provide more

Watch This Octopus Use Shells as a Shield

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Chip Leach
Julie MatakiVaha Ufi
Fen Fon Winarto
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 03:15. Facebook
Although Albert Einstein had his fair share of challenges and heartbreak, he was never lacking in love. #Genius premieres tomorrow at 9/8c on National Geographic TV.
Tony Middleton Bear
Teresa Maiden
Steve Green
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 01:45. Facebook
Our video of the day: For a blue whale, even the smallest body movements require a lot of energy—which means they have to be picky about when they choose to feed.
Our video of the day For a blue whale even the smallest

Watch Blue Whales Lunge For Dinner in Beautiful Footage

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Kylie Garcelon
Adam Vakker Og Viktig
Linda Hvizdo
National Geographic
National Geographic
yesterday at 00:20. Facebook
After a poignant farewell flyby of Saturn’s largest moon, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is on a collision course with the ringed planet itself.
After a poignant farewell flyby of Saturns largest moon NASAs Cassini spacecraft

NASA Gets Last Close Look at This Eerie Alien Moon

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Michelle Renée
John Pacovich
Adrian White
National Geographic
National Geographic
04/24/2017 at 22:15. Facebook
"I've found it inspiring and supportive to work with other women I admire in the field, and to generally surround myself with allies of both genders," says astrophysicist Lucianne Walkowicz.

Interested in brilliant minds? Don't miss the premiere of #Genius this Tuesday, 4/25, on National Geographic Asia.
Ive found it inspiring and supportive to work with other women I

This Astrophysicist Has Inspiring Career Advice For Women

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Shana Abell
Angela Vecera-Wambo
Jérémy Blanchard
National Geographic
National Geographic
04/24/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
Finding ways to biodegrade plastics has troubled scientists for decades. Could this be a solution?
Finding ways to biodegrade plastics has troubled scientists for decades Could this

This Bug Can Eat Plastic. But Can It Clean Up Our Mess?

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Vítor Beça
Megan Morgan
Mohamed Sedky