🚨New ancient dog just dropped!🚨
The 10,150-year-old remains of a dog have been found in an Alaskan cave, the oldest discovered in the Americas. This route may have been how humans and dogs first found the New World as the ice age ended.
How did a tiny line on a map lead to a deadly conflict on the world’s highest battlefield? Find out on the latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo “Unraveling a Mapmaker’s Dangerous Decision” on.natgeo.com/3pO8Mko
Descendants of the Clotilda, the last slave ship to bring African captives to the U.S., settled in Alabama creating a tight-knit community that took care of its own. Today, Africatown's residents dream of seeing their community revitalized #BHMon.natgeo.com/3pPGUMS
Kary Mullis invented polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, while driving in 1983. Since then, its applications have helped decode the human genome, save coral reefs, and most recently, detect COVID-19 on.natgeo.com/37Gcx5l
In 2020, the U.S. saw a more than 15 percent increase in deaths over the prior year, the highest year-on-year rise in deaths across the U.S. since 1918, which experienced both a global flu epidemic and the First World War on.natgeo.com/3khRbjN
#CodedBias highlights the stories of people who have been impacted by harmful technology and shows @AJLUnited founder @jovialjoy alongside pioneering women as they sound the alarm about the threats artificial intelligence poses to civil rights. ajl.org/spotlight-docu… 15/18