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Squid's giant nerve fibers have been essential to research for decades. Now breakthroughs in editing squid genomes could lead to a more complete understanding of nervous systems in general on.natgeo.com/3EaEsrY
Emotions can run hot when it comes to how best to control wild horse numbers, so finding a solution that satisfies everyone is far harder than with other wildlife on.natgeo.com/3GbpovY
The Lamalerans are one of the few communities left in the world that relies on subsistence whaling. This digital graphic novel take you along for a hunt on.natgeo.com/3b7BJ6a
Flowerpots serve as temporary nests for relocated Chatham Island albatross chicks in New Zealand
Here are a few of our favorite cool and curious destinations for the whole family on.natgeo.com/3vFCoVO
Humans retain different types of memories for different lengths of time on.natgeo.com/3Eb8Lib
Look closely and you just might spot the leopard before its prey does
Experts say that experiencing “safe fear” can help children learn to manage their emotions—and boost their self-confidence on.natgeo.com/3ma0YLy
”Seeing and experiencing all of the amazing national parks that our nation has to offer should not be limited to those who are neurotypical" on.natgeo.com/3pBlNS2
Eavesdrop on the sounds of distant destinations by listening in to live radio from around the world on.natgeo.com/3nnhzef
Each bomb contained more firepower than the combined destructive force of every explosion caused by humans from the beginning of time to the end of World War II on.natgeo.com/3B7Z7Lu
Without archaeology, we would know little about the world’s earliest civilizations. Through recovered sites and objects, our distant ancestors—many of whom we didn’t know existed—can tell their stories on.natgeo.com/3b6eSb8
Could a spider kill and eat a snake? The answer is a resounding yes—and snake-eating spiders can be found on all continents (except Antarctica) on.natgeo.com/3npefze
The true nature of the attacks and the creature itself remains a mystery on.natgeo.com/3Ea087v
The tree rings on these timbers hold climate clues hundreds of years older than what scientists have seen on.natgeo.com/3Eb6qnr
“This is my family...It's like blood to me, because you spend long days working with different people and you become a family” on.natgeo.com/3ptNaNN
In the face of plummeting snow leopard populations, Kyrgyzstan is becoming a model for conservation efforts #SnowLeopardDay
Experts say that experiencing “safe fear” can help children learn to manage their emotions—and boost their self-confidence on.natgeo.com/3vCaOZI
After centuries of conflict with snow leopards, locals in some of the world’s most rugged mountains are taking innovative steps to conserve them. Find out how on #OverheardNatGeo #WorldSnowLeopardDay open.spotify.com/episode/2D00Pr…
The encroaching Atlantic Ocean is causing destruction in Atafona like no other place along the 7,000 miles of Brazilian coast on.natgeo.com/3BbZrZs
Booster shots and vaccines for kids ages 5 to 11 could help the U.S. dampen the fourth wave on.natgeo.com/3nfsZk4
It's #WorldSnowLeopardDay! See how these elusive creatures are adapted to one of Earth’s most extreme environments on.natgeo.com/3b8Izbm
”Seeing and experiencing all of the amazing national parks that our nation has to offer should not be limited to those who are neurotypical" on.natgeo.com/3vCEDcs
Many factors weaken the aging immune system. But vaccines—and booster doses—do offer protection from hospitalization and death on.natgeo.com/3m4DIOY
The three-striped cory, a small catfish, can withstand multiple piranha bites. Its super-strong scales could inspire new human materials on.natgeo.com/3Eedznb
These fossilized burrows indicate that versions of these voracious sea worms were likely snacking on unsuspecting fish about 20 million years ago on.natgeo.com/3pu4kuX
The true nature of the attacks and the creature itself remains a mystery on.natgeo.com/3Caf2tM
The tree rings on these timbers hold climate clues hundreds of years older than what scientists have seen on.natgeo.com/3m3OR2w
A fossil of an extinct pig from the Can Mata landfill site lies in dirt in Cerdanyola del Valles, Barcelona, Spain
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Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine is 90.7 percent effective at preventing symptomatic disease in kids ages five to 11. U.S. regulators will soon consider authorizing the use of Pfizer’s vaccine for kids in this age group on.natgeo.com/3niFU4I
Happy Birthday Jeff Goldblum! He's back for season 2, and he’s more curious than ever in #TheWorldAccordingToJeffGoldblum, a #DisneyPlusDay premiere, November 12 on @disneyplus
The discovery of Mussaurus eggs and skeletons clustered roughly by age gives paleontologists the oldest evidence ever found of this kind of herd behavior within dinosaurs on.natgeo.com/3nnx31T
Renowned artist @KadirNelson shares the inspiration for his painting of ancient wonders on the cover of our November issue, featuring behind-the-scenes moments captured by @Jungmiwha
The encroaching Atlantic Ocean is causing destruction in Atafona like no other place along the 7,000 miles of Brazilian coast on.natgeo.com/3G983DX
Many animals have evolved to either flee or hide when they smell smoke, anticipating fire. But little is known about how wildfire smoke actually affects animals on.natgeo.com/3B9cD1c
Eavesdrop on the sounds of distant destinations by listening in to live radio from around the world on.natgeo.com/3b0Y2dH
Bees have special hairs that are supposed to attract pollen. A new study shows they’re also accumulating airborne microplastics on.natgeo.com/2XAzSUd
This photo would need to be multiplied 10 million times to come close to showing the billions of animals killed by cats each year on.natgeo.com/3js2xTj
“This is my family...It's like blood to me, because you spend long days working with different people and you become a family” on.natgeo.com/2ZbwTlu
Hidden down a well for nearly a century, a remarkably strange skull may belong to an entirely new human species: Homo longi, or the Dragon Man on.natgeo.com/3vAPxzr
This is a feather star—an ancient species of marine invertebrate
This stunning, 100-million-year-old fossil may reveal a critical point in the evolutionary history of crabs on.natgeo.com/3jqE7cD
Learn more in this recent @NatGeo article featuring work from #NatGeoExplorer and photographer @tompeschak — who is working to tell the story of this marine life that is at risk. nationalgeographic.com/magazine/artic…
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A cosmic storm in 993 released a pulse of radiation so powerful that it was recorded in the rings of the world’s trees. That solar event helps pinpoint the year the Vikings were present in the Americas on.natgeo.com/3G8G4UO
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is responsible for enforcing the Animal Welfare Act, but former employees and others say the agency has prioritized business interests over enforcement. Read the full story here: nationalgeographic.com/animals/articl…
Don't miss our @Reddit AMA with Wildlife Watch reporter @rfobar, who will be answering your questions about the USDA's enforcement of the animal welfare act TODAY at 12:00pm ET! Start submitting your questions here: on.natgeo.com/3B2ZkPS
The discovery of Mussaurus eggs and skeletons clustered roughly by age gives paleontologists the oldest evidence ever found of this kind of herd behavior within dinosaurs on.natgeo.com/30Pi4pN
Experts have long puzzled over the deceptively simple question of where domestic horses actually came from on.natgeo.com/2Z8RmIk
From early excavations in the ashes of Pompeii to discoveries aided by robotics or DNA sequencing, the findings shed light on our greatest mystery: Who are we, and how did we get here? on.natgeo.com/3B3kwp9
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