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Wide-splayed hooves prevent these water buffalo from sinking too deeply in the mud as they rest in China's Li River. 
Water buffalo take a dip in the Li River in China in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Scientists predict that the depletion of the Ogallala aquifer—once able to pump a thousand gallons per minute—will be twinned with the increasing impacts of climate change. 
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+Gordon McLellan look at this article. Here are 2 reasons why the drought in California won't open the door to Great Lakes water | Michigan Radio http://michiganradio.org/post/here-are-2-reasons-why-drought-california-wont-open-door-great-lakes-water#stream/0
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New research suggests that at least seven species of whale may experience grief following the deaths of companions and relatives. 
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Watch: Like many endangered species, the giant panda is incredibly tricky to breed in captivity. Find out how China has perfected their methods to keep the panda from extinction.  
Watch: Researchers at China's giant panda breeding centers have discovered how to encourage captive pandas to mate, how to make sure the pregnancy is successful, and how to keep the panda cubs alive once they've been born.
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Take a look inside a Costa Rican sloth rescue center with these adorable images from photographer Sam Trull.
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A rainbow stretches across a golden sky in Utah's Zion National Park after a brutal autumn storm.
A rainbow stretches across a golden sky in Zion National Park, Utah, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Watch American rock climber Chris Sharma achieve what is said to be the hardest climb ever—a 200-foot (60-meter) overhanging cave at the top of Clark Mountain.  
Chris Sharma is one of the world’s strongest climbers. Here he tackles the hardest climb ever achieved—a 200-foot overhanging cave at the top of a mountain in southern California. He trains for the climb in Spain with his girlfriend, Daila.
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A rare white lion cub has been born at a zoo, the result of a recessive gene inherited from its normally colored parents. 
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A young girl in Huntington, New York, dreams of a trip that is out of this world. 
A young girl in Huntington, New York, dreams of flying to the moon in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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With hopes of reviving the idea of the Crow Clan system, National Geographic photographers invited youth from across the 2.3 million-acre Crow Indian Reservation to participate in a photography program. #NatGeoProof
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Thrust into the spotlight thanks to Disney's Finding Dory, the Pacific blue tang has long been considered impossible to breed in captivity—until now.
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Watch: Mantis shrimp—ranging from less than an inch long to well over a foot—have the ability to launch their clubs with the force of a .22-caliber bullet.
It might be a featherweight, but this tiny mantis shrimp packs a powerful punch. A crab tries to shield itself behind glass a quarter-inch thick ... but will it be enough to stop the hungry shrimp?
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