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National Geographic

Browse through our editors' favorite travel photos and share your own on.natgeo.com/2s4PbP4
Watch: While their mothers are away getting food, sea lion pups have to stick up for themselves
Are you a #BackyardWarrior? Celebrate the world around you and share images of nature close to your home on.natgeo.com/2tWYLou
Watch: Tens of thousands of mobula rays come together for an epic gathering—and vanish as quickly as they arrived.
Enter our #ChasingGenius challenge and you could win $25,000 to turn your ideas into reality: on.natgeo.com/2sVaB5v
For #NationalSelfieDay our photographers turned the camera on themselves. Read the adventures behind the photos: on.natgeo.com/2ttyyyB
Thanks for watching this season of #Genius! Catch up on demand and go behind the scenes: on.natgeo.com/2trArfo
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"I am proud of you, Hans. I hope you know that." - Albert attempts to reconcile with his son. #Genius
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Einstein spent a good portion of his life trying to make the world a better place. #Genius
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Einstein made waves by denouncing the production of the hydrogen bomb on national television. #Genius
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Just tuning in to the season finale of #Genius? Einstein is alone in America after his wife, Elsa, passed away. Where will he go from here?
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Einstein wrote a second letter to FDR regarding the production of atomic bombs, but it never got to him. #Genius
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"One of my equations seems to have started all this madness." Do you think Einstein ever regretted coming up with E=mc2? #Genius
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"Scratching equations will not bring Fritz or Ilse back." - Elsa tries to calm Albert Einstein after news of Fritz Haber's death. #Genius
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Time may be relative, but the two-hour #Genius finale is not. @NatGeoGenius starts NOW! RT if you're watching!
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Clear your schedule tonight! The 2-hour season finale of #Genius will be on at 9/8c!
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Sea lions may be clumsy on land, but see how graceful they are underwater. #sponsored @zteusa
Inspired by tiny grains of pollen floating in water, a curious young Einstein proved the existence of atoms #Genius #sponsored @Sensodyne_US
Help us caption this photo by #YourShot Photographer Volodymyr Burdiak: on.natgeo.com/2slZmSZ
Share your inspiring travel moments & enter our Travel Photographer of the Year Contest on.natgeo.com/2sMxxVl
Developing countries need access to medical supplies—so this man delivered them. Learn more: on.natgeo.com/2th3pyd #ChasingGenius
Thanks to Kenny Broad for hosting today's #NatGeoFest and thank you all for tuning in!
.@SylviaEarle on climate change: "We can't go back, but we can make Earth better than where it's headed...I think there's hope." #NatGeoFest
 
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