When Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, it began the forced relocation of thousands of Native Americans in what became known as the Trail of Tears.
When Congress passed the Indian Removal Act it began the forced relocation

Indian Removal Act

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Use our educator guide to get your students ready to meet paleontologist and Nat Geo Explorer Nizar Ibrahim at our next #ExplorerClassroom event. Tune in Wednesday May 31 at 11am ET.
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Teacher's Guide for Explorer Classroom: Nizar Ibrahim

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Uncover the secret life of urban crows.
National Geographic Education 05/27/2017

11 Things We Learned This Week

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Robyn Thurmer
Visitors walked, skated, ran, and even danced across the Golden Gate Bridge, painted bright orange to stand out in the region’s dense fog.
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Visitors walked skated ran and even danced across the Golden Gate Bridge
#MemorialDay weekend for some great ideas for outdoor family fun!
MemorialDay weekend for some great ideas for outdoor family fun

Outdoor Family Fun

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This #FossilFriday, register to meet paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim at our next free #ExplorerClassroom event 5/31 @11am ET.
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Explorer Classroom

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Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula was published 120 years ago. How did it change the cultural and literary landscape?
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Bram Stokers novel Dracula was published 120 years ago How did it
According to new research, it was only recently in whales' evolutionary history that they became so enormous.
National Geographic Education 05/26/2017

Why Did Whales Get So Big?

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Ole Heilmann
Yet new research suggests some flora may be capable of sensing sounds, such as the gurgle of water through a pipe or the buzzing of insects.
National Geographic Education 05/25/2017

Can Plants Hear?

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#AmericanWetlandsMonth and the new Star Wars trailer are a good excuse to visit Dagobah. We can get you started!
AmericanWetlandsMonth and the new Star Wars trailer are a good excuse to

Visit the Star Wars Universe Without Ever Leaving Planet Earth

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Learn a little about the Okavango Wilderness Project's latest expedition, exploring the #Cubango river. #IntotheOkavango
Learn a little about the Okavango Wilderness Projects latest expedition exploring the

Cubango River Transect

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Nizar Ibrahim is a vertebrate paleontologist, comparative anatomist, and National Geographic Explorers who works in the Sahara Desert. Some of Nizar’s most important discoveries are Spinosaurus, a predatory dinosaur larger than T.Rex, and the pterosaur Alanqa saharica, a new species of flying reptile with an 18-foot wingspan. Register to meet Nizar at our next #ExplorerClassroom event on May...
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Nizar Ibrahim is a vertebrate paleontologist comparative anatomist and National

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In this dispatch, Paul Salopek takes the Out of Eden Walk into a “planet-size gallery of human mark-making”.
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In this dispatch Paul Salopek takes the Out of Eden Walk into
Alison Travis, this week’s Educator of the Week, uses virtual reality to help her students visit the dens of bears, the nests of birds, and the underwater homes of ocean creatures.
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Alison Travis this weeks Educator of the Week uses virtual reality to
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A two-month journey down the rockier, more violent path of the seasonally flooding Cubango.
National Geographic Education 05/24/2017

Cubango River Transect

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Happy 134th birthday, #BrooklynBridge! Suspension of belief at your beauty.
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Happy 134th birthday BrooklynBridge Suspension of belief at your beauty
Objects unearthed at a Native American burial site are remnants of an ancient space rock.
National Geographic Education 05/23/2017

Who were the Hopewell?

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Tayo Montgomery
Happy birthday to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, defending the law since 1873.
Happy birthday to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police defending the law since 1873

Mounties Make Their Debut

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Who are the Crypto-Jews? Fantastic study in geography, history, culture. #JAHM
Who are the CryptoJews Fantastic study in geography history culture JAHM

Hidden History

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