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Nat Geo Photography

Photos: How Midwestern residents are coping with a depleting water supply
This teenager captured photos, just a few hundred feet away from a #SpaceX rocket launch:
Targeted by the GOP, these three rare species are in danger of losing their status.
These sharks once ruled the seas—but you've probably never heard of them:
Follow #YourShot photographers on a Cape Hatteras journey (in partnership w/ @Airstream_Inc)
Explore these spiritual sights from ancient Greek civilizations:
These photos from our archives will take you on a beach journey through time:
Giant pandas are known and loved worldwide—but who was the first to discover the species?
A harvest mouse, Europe’s smallest rodent, grooms itself on a hogweed flower head.
Frozen just before they crash, these mesmerizing waves look like refined sculptures:
This North Korean art is more than propaganda.
Take virtual swim with shark of all sizes and "sea" how you'd measure up:
This photographer compares his time in the Arab spring to epic tales of greek tragedy:
They're the ocean's most iconic and feared fish, but we know surprisingly little about them.
Join our #YourShot team for a sunset portrait session. (In partnership with @Airstream_Inc)
Exclusive photos: A day in the life of a giant panda cub
A male sand fiddler's claw is more than just a chick magnet—it also keeps him cool:
Across a vast reservation in Montana, Crow Indian youth use photography to revive their
Why is this mother orca seen carrying her dead newborn?
After years abroad, an award-winning photographer used his phone to reconnect with America:
With just days left to submit, view adventurous moments from our latest assignment:
View some of the first blue tangs to ever be bred in captivity:
Photos by Ami Vitale bring us to China's successful panda breeding program:
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