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Photographer and anthropologist Jorge Panchoaga spent five years documenting a fragile community in Colombia threatened by water pollution. See how he represents their crumbling environment and culture using the three states of water as a metaphor. #NatGeoProof 
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A new study of wing-tips preserved in amber reveals that plumage seen in modern birds may have existed in some of their dinosaur predecessors—nearly 100 million years ago.
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De hecho los zoologos los consideran dinosaurios.
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Watch: Several competing male anacondas form a breeding ball around one female during mating season.  
Invitations are out for the breeding ball, but unless you're a male anaconda, you wouldn't want to be invited to this dance!
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Strange enough, but this makes me think of +Jennifer Lopez​....who shouldn't have doing any movies at all.
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Already in decline across North America, bee colonies in North Dakota now face new challenges in what has long been considered their last refuge. 
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C'est a causé de la pollution. ..
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A lioness stretches in Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve as ominous clouds move overhead. 
As ominously low clouds loom over the savanna, a lioness in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve stretches in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Read how this precursor to the Xerox sparked the modern explosion of do-it-yourself publishing.
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Eight months after Florida staged its first recreational bear hunt in over two decades the state wildlife commission has reversed its decision, suspending bear hunts until at least 2017.
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This is such "shocking" news....Smh
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A woman harvests water lilies in a pond in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.
A woman harvests water lilies in the fertile Mekong Delta in Vietnam in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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yah nice bt it needs vs everlasting life
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A new species of amphibious centipede has been discovered in Southeast Asia, growing nearly 8 inches (20 cm) long. 
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good to know +Miles Merlin...please observe the proper use of capitalization and be mindful of the spelling..Philippines..
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Watch: The mudskipper is the only fish that has adapted to living mostly on land. Find out how it uses its gill chambers to survive.  
This fish-out-of-water has adapted to living mostly on land. But it still needs to learn how to outrun its enemies.
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Brexit causes stir in the scientific community amid fears that it may disrupt funding. 
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There is still a chance we can avoid the brexit. The whole campaign was a pack of lies designed to appeal to idiots, racists and readers of The Sun (idiots AND racists!)
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The New York City skyline is seen through a stained glass art installation in DUMBO, Brooklyn–a former manufacturing district now known for its thriving cultural scene. 
See the New York City skyline through the stained glass of a Brooklyn art installation in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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