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Caribou walk through autumn flora in this image by #YourShot member Adam Hill. Find out how you can earn a free one-year subscription to National Geographic magazine by participating in our photo community.
Top Shot: Red, White, and Caribou Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen. The Daily Dozen is 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors each day from...
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"They are kind of a model for the power of evolution," says freshwater biologist and explorer Jónína Ólafsdóttir of the tiny, yet thriving creatures she discovered in Iceland's groundwater fissures. See footage of the beautiful blue waters she explored.
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While on an expedition off the coast of Louisiana, National Geographic Explorer Robert Ballard spotted something extremely rare: a massive sperm whale on the surface of the water. See what happened when his team followed the marine mammal with a camera. 
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Photo of the Day: Garrulous and gregarious, spinner dolphins—such as these ones pictured in Oahu, Hawaii—gather in groups up to the thousands. #photography
Spinner dolphins swim in a bay off Oahu, Hawaii, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from photographer Brian Skerry.
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+Malki On I agree. They do look like they are flying. Spectacular shot.
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Explore amazing photos, videos, and stories from around the globe everyday with our brand-new daily app, Nat Geo View. Take a look and download today!
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Yes.  I have the original coffee table book.  She has been found a few years ago.  Wears a Berka which covers her stunning eyes...love this photo.
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Watch: As Cat Island—one of the four largest bird-nesting grounds in Louisiana—washes away into the Gulf of Mexico, migratory birds are finding their home disappearing before their eyes.
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Oil killed the mangroves. Once the mangroves died the island washed away as the roots did support the sand. 
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Photo of the Day: "The Sanskrit term sadhu ('good man') refers to renouncers who have chosen to live a life apart from or on the edges of society to focus on their own spiritual practice," writes #YourShot member Mohd Irman Ismail of this portrait taken in Nepal. #photography
A sadhu poses for a portrait at a temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Photo of the Day: "The color palette was the first thing that caught my attention—the yellows and purples just stood out to me," writes #YourShot member Jeff Berkes of this image taken in Tuscany, Italy. #photography
A colorful bicycle is propped against a wall in Montepulciano, Italy, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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"It's a hard-knock city; Detroit is a place built on a struggle. Anywhere you find places like this, there's bound to be beauty and soul," says Wayne Lawrence. Hear him talk about his most recent assignment photographing the people of Detroit—featured in the May issue of National Geographic Magazine. #NatGeoProof
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+Nobuddy Kratos i think you should look at  MLKs last video to see what he was talking about. it was not about looking past skin color. that was only a step in what he was doing he was killed before the next step. ill post the video if youd like. also my attitude is special because unlike most sheep i actually read and research the world i live in. the people who are stuck in the past is you sir because most people back then didnt read either.
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Fragments from a colossal impact between Earth and a Mars-size planet—resulting in the formation of the moon—appear to have left telltale scars on the asteroid belt.
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Photo of the Day: On the route known as the Camino Frances, pilgrims dot a trail across the Meseta, the plateau of central Spain. #photography
Pilgrims dot a trail across the Meseta of central Spain in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from photographer Michael George.
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On April 9, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft captured an image of Pluto and its moon, Charon, from a distance of 71 million miles—the first color photo to be taken by a spacecraft on the distant planet's doorstep.
After 3 billion miles and nearly 10 years on the road, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will fly by dwarf planet Pluto in July. Until then, the spacecraft is zooming ever closer to the frosty world a...
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