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National Geographic

If there was ever a moment to fight 'til the death, this is it. #SavageKingdom
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Rule of the #SavageKingdom is reserved for the strong. RT if you're watching tonight's season finale.
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Friday Fact: The world’s biggest flower can grow wider than a car tire.
The 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year has been announced! See all the winning images: on.natgeo.com/2hbyzRy
Did you know your face was formed the same way as a frog's?
Help us caption this photo by #YourShot photographer Julia Wimmerlin:
These photos are sure to brighten your day:
Meet the hairy squat lobster—a tiny, colorful crustacean that's also referred to as a "fairy crab."
"Without agriculture, there'd be no civilization...Without plants, we're nothing." - Paul Richardson #MARS
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"The conditions for life must have existed here, but there's a lot of red sand to sift" #MARS
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Join us for a new episode of #MARS starting now! In this episode we'll see the expansion of the colony.
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Watching the #BreakthroughPrize? Check out our Instagram story for backstage coverage.
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The bobtail squid is tiny, but it has some impressive skills for avoiding predators:
With so few of you left, Satau, you would do well to lie low #SavageKingdom
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The marsh rewards its rulers. Enjoy it while it lasts. #SavageKingdom
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This is life. This is death. This is the #SavageKingdom. RT if you're watching tonight's new episode.
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Friday Fact: Some giant jellyfish have tentacles longer than a basketball court.
What happened to the people of Easter Island?
Did you know that young moray eels are transparent? Take a look:
"It's official - humankind has a home on Mars" - Hana #MARS
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