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Since its inception nearly 130 years ago, the core purpose of National Geographic has been to further the knowledge and awareness of our world.
Since its inception nearly 130 years ago, the core purpose of National Geographic has been to further the knowledge and awareness of our world.

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Photo of the Day: On a starlit night, a pair of buffalo drink from a watering hole in South Africa's Zimanga Private Game Reserve. #Photography

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Photo of the Day: A brilliant bolt of lightning cuts through the sky as it strikes Utah's Vermillion Cliffs. #Photogrpahy

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Photo of the Day: The setting sun makes the sky appear to split into a contrast of color in this image, taken along a river in Kolkatta, India. #Photography

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Photo of the Day: A gull perches atop an iceberg—sculpted by seawater into a glass-like appearance—along the Alaskan coast. #Photography

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Photo of the Day: A pair of northern gannets are captured mid-fight on Scotland's Bass Rock, home to one of the world's largest colonies of these birds. #Photography

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Photo of the Day: A torrential column of monsoon rain—a seasonal occurrence—obscures the landscape near Maharashtra, India. #Photography

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Photo of the Day: An unlikely trio—a man, his dog, and a donkey—make for an amusing image taken at a roadside market on Ireland's Ring of Kerry. #Photography

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Not seen alive in over five decades, a healthy Cropan's boa discovered last month marks a historic find for scientists and conservationists alike.

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Photo of the Day: The making of bricks—still used widely as construction material in India—is often relegated to women, many of them exploited as a result of poverty. #Photography

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Comet 45P will make its closest pass by Earth mere hours after an upcoming lunar eclipse—here’s how to see them both.
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