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Mysterious rings built from stalagmites recently discovered in a cave in France suggest our ancient relatives were skilled builders.
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+jb hann if you have to explain your joke, it didn't really work.
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Pharaoh eagle owls—characterized by their bright yellow eyes—typically nest in rocky cliffs in arid habitats, much like this one.
See a striking photo of a nesting pharaoh eagle-owl in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Conservationists are moving these fuzzy albatross chicks to a higher island in Hawaii in hopes of starting a new colony—one safer from rising sea levels caused by climate change.
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Very good initiative.
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Tough choices are often made when it comes to wild animals in distress. When should humans intervene? 
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THEY SAY IT'S ORGANIC BUT
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A superbug that does not respond to last resort antibiotics has been found in the United States, in a person and in a pig. The discovery “heralds the emergence of truly pan-drug resistant bacteria."
A superbug that does not respond to the very last ditch antibiotics and that has been circulating in Asia and Europe arrives in the US.
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A tiny island sits in the middle of one of Sweden's nearly 100,000 lakes, which were left behind from the last ice age. 
A tiny island, seen from above, sits in one of Sweden's nearly 100,000 lakes in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Changes are coming to how added sugar is noted on nutrition labels in the United States. Here's what you need to know.
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For all the diabetic's it's a good news to check the sugar labels on the products 
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In Indonesia, keeping pet birds is common—and even a status symbol—but a new study says the pet trade is pushing many protected species to the brink of extinction.
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wtf, i often pass this road lol, where did you guys get this image? +National Geographic​
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Lightning strikes the famous sandstone monolith Uluru during a storm in Australia's Red Centre.
See a dramatic lightning strike at Uluru, aka Ayers Rock, in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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The peaks of Dois Irmãos, or "the two brothers," loom in the distance as a woman and her child rinse off on a beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
In the shadow of Dois Irmãos, a child and woman shower on a Rio de Janeiro beach in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Black mambas vie for dominance during mating season in South Africa. Watch the rarely observed display of power.
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On #NationalWineDay, see what scientists discovered about ancient wine—and who enjoyed it—in the Stone Age.
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What a great boost to wine 😃bottoms up 👍🏻
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