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"This is the only cave that is deep underground where I have experienced 'clouds' and 'fog' hanging in the immense void," says photographer Robbie Shone of Cloud Ladder Hall, one of the largest cave chambers in the world.
Extreme Photo of the Week: See new extreme adventure photos each week featuring tips from your favorite athletes and photographers. And get the stories behind the shots.
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Photo of the Day: In Lao Cai Province in northern Vietnam, #YourShot member Tuan Guitare stopped to photograph the terraced rice fields from high above. #photography
Terraced rice fields are seen from above in Lao Cai Province in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Displaced by war, Syrian refugees in Jordan take comfort in cooking. From gathering raw materials to scrubbing dishes, the ritual brings family together and and fills otherwise empty days. #FutureofFood
Before fleeing his hometown in Northern Syria, Ghalib* sat down to enjoy one final home-cooked meal: a chicken, potato, and tomato dish known as galaya. Ghalib, in his early twenties, now lives as ...
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Seventy years after the worst naval disaster at sea in U.S. history, survivors from the U.S.S. Indianapolis share stories of suffering, reconciliation, and healing. Learn about their harrowing tales.
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Bull sharks—some more than ten feet long—are drawn by a chum lunch dropped from above. Discover more images of the world as seen through the eyes of our photographers in our Visions of Earth gallery.
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Is there a way to binge eat and still stay healthy? It's the only way blind cavefish survive. 
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Eat, Expulse, Eat, expulse, eat, expulse....Just kiddin' ;D
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There's a method to their madness: find out the reason behind longhorn crazy ants' zig-zagged paths.
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The ants are incredibly strong. Ants can carry small stones that are large as the big ants. These are the Hercules ants, a very strong and large.  :))
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New evidence is suggesting there may have been not one, but two separate evolutions of African Pygmies—casting doubt on long-held beliefs on how and why these groups developed shorter statures.
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How I am curious soon I will take my samples to know the origin of us Fang women but would like knowing something in advance because I heard we carry as well the mutation M1.
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Though some vaccinations can foster the evolution of a more virulent disease in animals, the problem does not apply to humans. See how scientists are using this knowledge to strengthen human vaccines for some of the most deadly pathogens.
Over the past fifty years, Marek’s disease—an illness of fowl—has become fouler. Marek’s is caused by a highly contagious virus, related to those that cause herpes in humans. It spreads through the...
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+Mallee Stanley​ running free has nothing to do with vaccinations. If you didn't vaccinate your chickens it's because the vaccines were not freely available, or you were not smart enough to vaccinate your animals. Chicken breeders (even small time show breeders) these days will all vaccinate their flock regardless of how the birds are kept because they care about their animals. 
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Photo of the Day: At a general audience in St. Peter's Square, Dave Yoder snapped this picture of Pope Francis riding through Vatican City without the protection of bulletproof glass. #photography
Pope Francis rides in a popemobile at a general audience in St. Peter’s Square in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Skywatchers: Don't miss a true celestial treasure—the stunning Swan Nebula—and more in this week's night sky.
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Photo of the Day: While walking along the shore of Larak, Iran, an island in the Persian Gulf, #YourShot member Pooyan Shadpoor came across this luminous scene. #photography
Bioluminescent plankton glow on the shore of the island of Larak, Iran, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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