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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 17:50. Facebook
The tail of a 99 million year-old dinosaur—complete with bones, soft tissue, and even feathers—has been found preserved in amber. Learn more about the discovery and its implications.

First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 15:30. Facebook
To better grasp the economic geography of the country, researchers are attempting to map the U.S.'s megaregions. Where do you fall on the map?

Four Million Commutes Reveal New U.S. 'Megaregions'

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 15:30. Facebook
Some colourful eagles! Welcome to #safariLIVE. Join us on a daily LIVE safari as we go in search of animals in the African wilderness. Please post your questions in the comments section below and stand a chance for them to be answered LIVE!
National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 13:15. Facebook
Help us caption this photo by Julia Wimmerlin.

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 11:15. Facebook
Our editor's video of the day: At this rehab center, injured and orphaned squirrels are cared for and released back into the wild—where they play a vital role in their ecosystems.

Adorable Squirrels Get a Second Chance At Life

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 08:15. Facebook
Photo of the Day: Bluish fragments of the iceberg B-15—the largest ever recorded—float idly in the Weddell Sea. #Photography

Photo of the Day: Drifting Valley

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 05:15. Facebook
High above the village of Črni Vrh, fantastical ice formations—including spikes over a yard long—encase the trees and lookout tower atop Mount Javornik.

The Most Stunning Visions of Earth

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 03:15. Facebook
How do we curate the gorgeous photos you see on our Instagram account? We don’t—the photographers do it all themselves. Browse through the most-liked images of the year and tell us which was your favorite. #BestPhotos2016

Most Liked Instagram Photos of 2016

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National Geographic
12/08/2016 at 01:15. Facebook
After escaping from the same poachers who killed her mom, an injured 10-month-old rhino was rescued.

Watch: Baby Rhino Shot by Poachers Rescued

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National Geographic
yesterday at 23:15. Facebook
Ocean acidification is affecting animals' senses—from a shark's ability to smell to a clownfish's sight and hearing. #YEARSproject

Untangling the Many Ways Ocean Acidification Harms Marine Life

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National Geographic
yesterday at 21:25. Facebook
Watch: Nicknamed “Dr. Miracle,” this ophthalmologist has performed sight-restoring surgeries—free of charge—for more than 35,000 people. #ShortFilmShowcase

Curing Blindness: Meet a Doctor Transforming Thousands of Lives

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National Geographic
yesterday at 18:27. Facebook
We are LIVE from Machu Picchu Pueblo Lodge with National Geographic Explorer Rebecca Wolff, who researches indigenous spiritual beliefs and culture, and is here exploring the amazing biodiversity and working with local guides. Post your questions in the comments below!
National Geographic
yesterday at 17:56. Facebook
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National Geographic
yesterday at 16:16. Facebook
A male leopard cub exploring on his own! Welcome to #safariLIVE. Join us on a daily LIVE safari as we go in search of animals in the African wilderness.
National Geographic
yesterday at 15:55. Facebook
You’re likely aware of the ivory trade, but did you know hippo teeth are also in high demand? Learn more:

Fighting the Underground Trade in Hippo Teeth

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National Geographic
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yesterday at 11:15. Facebook
Our video of the day: Haunting footage will take you through the wreckage of the U.S.S. Arizona, which was destroyed 75 years ago today.

Peer Into a Fallen Battleship at Pearl Harbor

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National Geographic
yesterday at 08:15. Facebook
Photo of the Day: A condor flies through the mist of picturesque Iquazú Falls, located on the border of Argentina and Brazil. See the falls in their full majesty in this image by Your Shot photographer Tomasz Tyrka. #Photography

Photo of the Day: Flight of Fantasy

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National Geographic
yesterday at 06:15. Facebook
"Seeing these animals released, and knowing that we are having an impact on this species, is why I got into this kind of work."

Watch 4,000 Endangered Toads Released Into Wild

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National Geographic
yesterday at 04:15. Facebook
Take a look: No one has reported seeing this elusive creature since it was first described in 1900.

Mysterious Ocean Blob Found for First Time in a Century

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