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Dutch National Police recently proposed training bald eagles to snatch unauthorized drones from the sky. Here's why they shouldn't.
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How many human being have the drones killed. Good idea
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The largest animal that has ever lived—the blue whale—is one most people never see in person. This rare footage of a mother and calf in the Antarctic is a glimpse into the slow recovery of the endangered species. 
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Hay qué seguir ayudando a nuestro sistema y sus especie. Vivan los seres vivos de este planeta tierra. 
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Photo of the Day: A shaft of light hits a Buddha statue in Myanmar in this image by #YourShot member Jongsung Ryu. #photography
A shaft of sunlight hits a massive statue inside a Myanmar Buddhist temple in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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Photo of the Day: #YourShot member Steve Morrison followed a nomadic herder in western Mongolia and created this photograph as he hunted with a trained golden eagle. #photography
A Kazakh hunter on horseback and his golden eagle ride into the high country of Mongolia in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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cuando vas ha llegar amigo.
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Photo of the Day: While photographing star reflections on a beach in La Push, Washington, #YourShot member Craig Goodwin captured this meteor streaking across the night sky. #photography 
A meteor streaks across the night sky at Washington State's Second Beach in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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que piensan ellos en su paraiso.
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Photo of the Day: #YourShot member Raja Subramaniyan captured this quiet morning on the banks of the Ganges River in Varanasi, India. #photography
A lone bather takes a morning dip in the Ganges River in Varanasi, India, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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la hora del descanso
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Photo of the Day: #YourShot member Shaun Wilson captured this photo from atop Helm Crag in the English Lake District on a snowy trek. #photography
Trekkers brave snowy weather in the Lake District of England in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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NASA has developed a spacecraft that will be propelled entirely by sunlight—a feat that could make interstellar travel not only possible, but less expensive.
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+Flat earth Disciple Is there a religion about the earth being flat now?!
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Photo of the Day: Sunlight reflects on brightly colored fish in this image taken by #YourShot member Eduard Paravyan in Thailand. #photography
Colorful fish swim in the clear waters of the Andaman Sea on the coast of Ko Phi Phi, Thailand, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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lla fiesta del pescao sin ensalada.
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News of the death of Cu Rua, or "Great Grandfather Turtle" in Hanoi, Vietnam has brought widespread grief. The population of the critically endangered Yangtze giant softshell turtle now stands at three. 
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On Monday the World Health Organization declared the Zika virus a global emergency, calling for a coordinated international response to control mosquito populations. Funding and research will likely increase in an effort to control the outbreak—which has the potential to infect as many as 4 million this year.
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Act of GOD. Prolifers should have kept their noses out of other peoples business. Even Angels don't interfere in our lives unless GOD sends them to save us.
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Recently translated ancient tablets show that Babylonian astronomers used advanced geometry—math that was thought to have been invented over 1,000 years later. 
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en algun momento la ciencia dira, viajamos.
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