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National Geographic

Help us caption this photo by #YourShot Photographer P.W:
Even sharks have to take some time to rest, but they're not actually sleeping
Be some of the first to view the eclipse #LiveFrom across the country on 8/21. Post Qs with #NatGeoEclipse. #sponsored @Airbnb
A swimming eagle may be a fascinating sight to see, but this one was in serious trouble.
We'll be #LiveFrom a Geodesic Dome on 8/20 to discuss the solar eclipse—ask Qs w/ #NatGeoEclipse #sponsored @Airbnb
An ardent fighter in the battle against poaching, Wayne Lotter will be sorely missed. @PAMSFoundation
The king of the jungle doesn't like to be bothered—not even when he's done eating
Ian Nelson captured this encounter with a curious monk seal for our #YourShot assignment with @NatGeoENCOUNTER.
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Snailfish are the deepest dwelling vertebrates on Earth—with some living more than 5 miles beneath the surface
In #Guatemala, locally made @cookstoves offer an opportunity to combat smoke toxic to health & climate. via @NatGeo
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This fungus, nicknamed devil's fingers, spends most of its time underground—and for good reason
What would you do if a family of bears joined your hike?
Help us caption this photo by #YourShot Photographer Anna Averianova:
Would you take in an orphaned baby brown bear?
Every spring, thousands of elk head to the hills to give birth—after which they hide from starving bears waking up from hibernation
During Sudan's decades-long civil war, wildlife was decimated—but the white-eared kob found a way to survive
Elephants are highly social creatures—that sometimes get caught up in mischief #WorldElephantDay
Rockhopper penguins migrate for months through frigid waters to find krill for their young—a trek they have made for centuries.
While walking to their campsite, two hikers thought they'd seen the last of this cougar—and then they looked up
Africa's lion population has declined 90% in the past 75 years. See how you can help on #WorldLionDay
What do these bats—also known as red flying foxes—do when they've eaten through their eucalyptus blossoms for miles around?
This army of ants numbers nearly 200,000 and they demand 30,000 corpses every day
In Cuba's Gardens of the Queen, crocodiles are a sign of a well balanced ecosystem
Do you know where your cat goes when you're not around? #InternationalCatDay
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