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What’s a tenrec? Besides ADORABLE? It's from Madagascar, it eats worms, and it communicates by rattling its little spine. Learn a little more about #PhotoArk’s newest resident.

Latest Updates | Photo Ark

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How can fertile soil be protected? Use our great High Adventure Science activity to find out. #WorldSoilDay

Preserving Soils

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Listen and learn with our multimedia study guide on Franklin Roosevelt’s “Date of Infamy” speech—and take a look at the president’s hand-written edits. (Yes, FDR, changing “world history” to “infamy” was a great idea.) #PearlHarbor75

Roosevelt's 'Date of Infamy' Speech

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Get students coded for success during Computer Science Education Week! #CSEdWeek

Coded for Success

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This week in geographic history: The political geography of the Pacific changed with the attack on Pearl Harbor and the emergence of two Chinas; the economic geography of North America changed with NAFTA, environmental geography changed with the Kyoto Protocol, and human geography changed with the eradication of smallpox.
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MARS, a National Geographic Channel six-part event series, tells the story from the vantage point of a fictitious crewed mission to Mars in 2033. The series combines scripted drama with documentary sequences featuring scientists and innovators who are leading the research and development of space technology. MARS airs on Mondays at 9/8c.

Mars

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A dense fog settled on and smothered London on December 4, 1952, leading to more than 4,000 deaths due to respiratory illnesses.

Great Smog of 1952

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The great ghost ship mystery... On this day in 1872, the Mary Celeste was found completely unharmed, but with her entire crew curiously missing. What do you think happened?

Mystery of the Mary Celeste

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We’re getting ready to change seasons. What does that mean?

The Reason for the Seasons

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That’s a wrap on the #NCSS2016 conference! We loved talking with social studies educators from across the country!
The United Nations established today as the International Day for Persons with Disabilities in 1992 to increase awareness, understanding, and acceptance.
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Farmers are harvesting organic (and, uh, radioactive) fruit from Chernobyl. via Aeon
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Watch Queen Zalika chase down prey, escape predators, and build a hyena army to take back control of the Great Marsh. Tune in tonight at 9 ET on Nat Geo Wild. #SavageKingdom
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Join T.H. Culhane in our Explorer Classroom on December 9 at 11am ET. T.H. is committed to improving people’s access to clean water using sustainable methods. His nongovernmental organization, Solar C.³I.T.I.E.S, works with residents of Cairo’s poorest neighborhoods to install rooftop solar water heaters.” ProTip: He's also impossibly charismatic; you'll want to sign up for this.
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Any of our social studies educators at National Council for the Social Studies #NCSS2016 today? Stop by and see us at booth 601 and at our Giant Traveling Map of North America!
From One More Generation: Since the holidays are coming soon, I wanted to make a list—and check it twice—about simple things that you can do to make a difference.
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How do you make your white Christmas green? Before you buy that tree, try these 5 tips!

Five Ways to Make Your White Christmas Green

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Where are people recycling? Use our study guide and MapMaker Interactive map to navigate the world’s most ardent recyclers.

Where Are People Recycling?

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Connect with two of the world's leading cave divers, Kenny Broad and Jill Heinerth, as they broadcast directly from a blue hole in our next Explorer Classroom event on December 7 at 12pm ET.
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