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Indigenous protectors of these sacred peaks have kept others out—till now The Arhuaco invite National Geographic to the upper reaches of their Colombian homeland to reveal threats we all face—and remind us of our roots in nature
1 month ago by codedtestament to /s/WorldNews from nationalgeographic.com
Weird earthquake just put a crack in France
2 months ago by codedtestament to /s/WorldNews from nationalgeographic.com
Rare cancers spreading among sea creatures have scientists perplexed Some malignancies can jump between different marine species, the latest in series of discoveries that’s changed our understanding of cancer.
The sea is running out of fish, despite nations’ pledges to stop it Major countries that are promising to curtail funding for fisheries are nevertheless increasing handouts for their seafood industries
Dallol volcano, Ethiopia.
3 months ago by Anticapitalist to /s/Earth from nationalgeographic.com
Dolphin adopted small whale, raised it alongside its own. Whale earns acceptance into the pod.
5 months ago by Ian to /s/whatever from nationalgeographic.com
The World’s Happiest Places - National Geographic
7 months ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/whatever from nationalgeographic.com
How Egypt’s ancient city of divine cats was rediscovered
8 months ago by SecretlyHistoric to /s/AncientHistory from nationalgeographic.com
Every three minutes, an earthquake strikes in California
9 months ago by SecretlyHistoric to /s/news from nationalgeographic.com
This Stone Age settlement took humanity's first steps toward city life
9 months ago by SecretlyHistoric to /s/AncientHistory from nationalgeographic.com
See the millennia-old formations underneath Yellowstone
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from nationalgeographic.com
On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30 UT, there was a mysterious rumble, and strange waves rippled around the world. And we're told nobody knows why.
1 year ago by MojaveCoyote to /s/SundogsPlace from nationalgeographic.com
Strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/environment from nationalgeographic.com
City-size impact crater found under Greenland ice
1 year ago by SundogsPlace to /s/SundogsPlace from nationalgeographic.com
Ancient DNA reveals complex migrations of the first Americans
Enormous, rare Viking ship burial discovered by radar
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/history from nationalgeographic.com
Building walls may have allowed civilization to flourish
More Than 800 Egyptian Tombs Revealed in Ancient Burial Ground