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Watch baby elephants frolic in this short film from the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Watch baby elephants frolic in this short from the Wildlife Conservation Society. Visit 96 Elephants, and sign the pledge to ban the sale of ivory in your country.Read more about elephants.The Short Film Showcase spotlights exceptional short videos created by filmmakers from around the web and selected by National Geographic editors. We look for work that affirms National Geographic's mission of inspiring people to care about the planet. The film...
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Using the burst setting on a GoPro, photographer and skydiver Ben Nelson captured this image of 57 daredevils successfully making big-way formation—which set three world records.
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Madagascar is home to a mind-boggling array of frogs. But a study released Thursday finds the island nation now also hosts the greatest threat to amphibian biodiversity in modern times—the chytrid fungus.
Chytrid fungus, responsible for amphibian declines and extinctions around the world, is now confirmed in Madagascar.
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First Australia now here... Get a grip on the world humans!!!
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Photo of the Day: Of encountering springbok on a South African safari, #YourShot member Charles Jorgensen wrote: "One of them started … jumping to amazing heights. I fired away and managed to capture this animal in its acrobatic display." #photography
A springbok pronks in South Africa’s Mountain Zebra National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Both the Orion (left) and the Horsehead (right) Nebulae light up a winter's night over Tehran, Iran. From a spacecraft "selfie" to extreme views of the sun, discover the week's most stunning images from space.
Curiosity makes its third foray into Martian soil, nebulae light up a winter night, and Hubble peers into deep space in this week's best space photos.
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And i will asend above the stars of heaven instead of destroing the only thing to keep the sun out you should have worried more about earth not beliefs in other life besides heavenly you have destroyed earth in the short time man has walked it it took 4.5 billon yrs. And we destroyed it in our little time spent here no life there only damnation upon u for ur wickedness in forgetting creation nomatter how you belive we all started as one and climates changed us to b different but we were all the beginning USA is Babylon and its gonna fall soon trust im Elijah the Prophet sent to try and save but you treated me lower then a peasent and stole from God Topeka Ks has robed this whole nation for what they continue doing to me read the book just before Matt. Here am i Jessie Demler Elijah by God 
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In global health circles, the story of Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi—who helped track down Osama bin Laden—is a cautionary tale about consequences that can spiral out of control when health professionals mix too closely with intelligence operations.
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+Jeoshua Collins ... Very funny !!!
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Photo of the Day: Trials cyclist Danny MacAskill sits atop Scotland's Sgurr Dearg—also known as the Inaccessible Pinnacle—in this image by #YourShot member Chris Prescott. #photography
Danny MacAskill stands with his bike on the Isle of Skye’s Inaccessible Pinnacle in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Vedrana Tafra, dispersing fog and sunshine bring the foliage of Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park into view on an early autumn morning. #photography
Dispersing fog and a moment of sunshine bring the falls and foliage of Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park into view in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.
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No more than a thousand Peruvian terns may survive today, largely because of human activities in northern Chile's Mejillones Peninsula—a critical nesting area for the birds. Can the species be saved?
This little guy symbolizes protection of nature and resilience in the harshest of conditions, says naturalist.
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Watch: Florida coral reefs that were once a vivid rainbow—already under siege from acidification and climate change—have turned a barren gray, choked by sediment from a dredging operation.
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I disagree that few Floridians care about the coastline of Florida picked up many of trash myself this is big industry big money you can't stop it are you willing to die for what may never come true there's not enough people in the world that are willing to give up what they have. big industry will keep on moving when you're long gone
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Scientists have narrowed down the possible cause of Siberia's massive and mysterious craters—and think its related to global warming.
Scientists say melting pingos, and not methane hydrates, are likely to blame for the dramatic craters.
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A polar bear watches her cubs on the Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada. In honor of International Polar Bear Day, see our favorite images of the beloved species.
Take a peek at polar bears playing, swimming, and sleeping in their changing habitat.
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