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At the center of religious ceremonies in India are hundreds of captive elephants—but behind the pageantry, the animals endure horrific abuse.
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Peruvian women in traditional costumes prepare to sing and dance during the battle of Chiaraje—a ritual to ensure fertility and abundance of the land.
See women in the highland of Canas, Peru, dressed in traditional costumes 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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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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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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Tough choices are often made when it comes to wild animals in distress. When should humans intervene? 
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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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Meerkats may be the icon of cooperation, but their societies are also marked by competition—and a few extra centimeters can make all the difference.
They’re always together, and always sizing each other up.
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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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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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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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