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We know a lot about Mars thanks to probes and rovers—but what enigmas are scientists still seeking to unlock? #MARS

The Mysteries of Mars

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Photographer and filmmaker Souvid Datta traveled home to India in search of the country's fading folk music and those who play it.

Finding India's Lost Musicians

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A pioneer of the green building movement, Austin is turning its aging industrial sites—like an old airport and defunct power plant—into hip urban enclaves.

Green Buildings Renew Austin's Core

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"Someday we will land on Mars," Glenn said in his final days. Read more from our last conversation with the pioneering astronaut.

What John Glenn Told National Geographic In His Last Interview

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This curious leopard peeking out from a tree was photographed in Kabini, India, by Your Shot photographer Varun Aditya. [ Natgeo.com Link ]
The winners of the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest have been announced! Take a look.

2016 Nature Photographer of the Year Winners

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For the queen hyena, raising an army of fast-growing cubs is her chance to confront other predators—like a lion pride keeping her clan in exile. #SavageKingdom
“If you protect the ocean, you protect yourself,” says National Geographic explorer Sylvia Earle. Take a look at our favorite photos of the vital, yet often unseen life underwater. #BestPhotos2016

Best Underwater Photos of 2016

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When John Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth in 1962, National Geographic photographer Dean Conger was first to greet him upon landing. Take a look through archival photos of the historic mission.

Intimate Pictures of John Glenn's Historic Mission to Orbit Earth

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Watch: To scientists' delight, an extraordinarily well-preserved dinosaur tail—complete with a fluffy covering of feathers—has been found trapped in a piece of amber.

Remarkably Preserved Dinosaur Feathered Tail Discovered in Amber

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A 360-year-old mummy found in Lithuania shows surprising evidence of the earliest small pox—altering our understanding of the disease.

Child Mummy Found With Oldest Known Smallpox Virus

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#YourShot photographer Sebastian Tontsch spent several sleepless nights searching for the perfect foggy conditions to capture this surreal image of Dubai's skyline. [ Natgeo.com Link ]
School lunch programs must be creative to get kids to try more nutritious foods—and throw less away.

Challenges Linger Over More Healthful School Lunches

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The horrors of the Essex were a source of inspiration for one of America’s greatest novels—and came to symbolize the primordial struggle between man and nature.

This Real-Life Whaling Disaster Inspired 'Moby-Dick'

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Photographer Tim Laman needed more than climbing gear to produce this image of a wild orangutan in its element—he needed ingenuity and patience.

Nice Shot! An Orangutan's Hairy Climb

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Step into an artist's miniature world inhabited by paper wildlife. [ Natgeo.com Link ]
For some, the strong belief that a treatment will work can prompt the brain to release neurochemicals that counter pain.

Unlocking the Healing Power of You

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Thanks to a combination of DNA science, records analysis, and the dogged efforts of Pearl Harbor survivors, family members of a sailor who died 75 years ago are getting closure.

Hero Lost at Pearl Harbor Comes Home After Years in an Unknown Grave

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Out of more than two million photos taken by National Geographic photographers in 2016, here are the ones our editors deemed most moving. Which is your favorite? #BestPhotos2016

Most Moving Photos of 2016

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Members of the Dull Men's Club slow down to celebrate the ordinary—whether that means collecting commonplace items like bricks or milk bottles, or riding escalators for enjoyment.

These Men Love Extraordinarily Dull Things

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