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Won't you ROAR with us tomorrow afternoon? At 12 p.m. Eastern Time, we're broadcasting live with National Geographic Explorers from all over the globe to talk about the world's big cats. There won't be any bears, but there will be lots of talk about lions and tigers!
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Mascots and College Students Team Up to Save Big Cats

Guest bloggers Dr. Alex Oberle and Mollie Ullestad represent the Geographic Alliance of Iowa (GAI), a National Geographic-supported organization that works to advance geography education in Iowa. Alex is an Associate Professor of Geography at the…
Guest bloggers Dr. Alex Oberle and Mollie Ullestad represent the Geographic Alliance of Iowa (GAI), a National Geographic-supported organization that works to advance geography education in Iowa. A...
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On April 30, 1948, the Organization of American States (OAS) is formed between the U.S. and many countries in the Western Hemisphere. The OAS promotes peace, security, and economic cooperation among member states. What other global partnership and alliance organizations is the United States a part of? http://on.natgeo.com/1Q4exUq

Learn more with the MapMaker Interactive we created below: http://on.natgeo.com/1Q4ewQi

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The area of Brazil covered by the Amazon rain forest is about the size of Great Britain. It is the world's most biological diverse area, and in 1988, conservation took a big step toward protecting it.
On April 29, 1998, the Brazilian government set aside 25 million hectares (62 million acres) of the Amazon rain forest for conservation.
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Parents and administrators might get concerned if you brought a lion into your classroom, but we've got the next best thing.

Join us at 12 p.m. Eastern Time on May 5 for a LIVE Google Hangout with National Geographic Explorers who are all experts about the world's big cats! They will answer your questions and discuss the value of bringing the Big Cats Initiative Sister School Program (http://on.natgeo.com/1PYxYOl
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The Kon-Tiki was a raft that traveled from South America to the South Pacific. This adventure was lead by Thor Heyerdahl, who wanted to find out where small island populations came from, and how their cultures were formed: http://on.natgeo.com/1dqDVFX

See the Kon-Tiki's journey in a map: http://on.natgeo.com/1dqDVG1
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5 Facts about Cinco de Mayo

UNITED STATES This Tuesday, many Americans will celebrate Cinco de Mayo. “But if you ask why is anyone celebrating, no one knows,” says one expert. (Nat Geo News). Learn the facts about Cinco de Mayo with our super-short This Day in Geographic History…
UNITED STATES This Tuesday, many Americans will celebrate Cinco de Mayo. "But if you ask why is anyone celebrating, no one knows," says one expert. (Nat Geo News). Learn the facts about Cinco de Ma...
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Where Are Animals Most Likely to Go Extinct Due to Climate Change?

ENVIRONMENT Australia and South America are among the hardest hit as rising temperatures could drive the extinction of one in six species worldwide. (Nat Geo News) Use our educator guide to learn more about teaching climate change. Discussion Ideas…
ENVIRONMENT Australia and South America are among the hardest hit as rising temperatures could drive the extinction of one in six species worldwide. (Nat Geo News) Use our educator guide to learn m...
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+David Ellis I ask myself the same question. I thought that at most it was gonna be rotational change in climate. But alas! The tropical regions get hotter and the temperate areas get colder. And still we hear global warming. Is it not supposed to be 'tropic heating' and "global warning" Lol
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Will Huge Batteries Save Us From Power Blackouts?

TECHNOLOGY In projects across the United States, batteries are providing backup power and integrating renewable energy into the nation’s electric grid. (Nat Geo News) Use this activity to learn more about grid modernization. Teachers, scroll down for a…
TECHNOLOGY In projects across the United States, batteries are providing backup power and integrating renewable energy into the nation's electric grid. (Nat Geo News) Use this activity to learn mor...
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Who better to learn from about lions, leopards, tigers, and other big cats than National Geographic Big Cats Explorers themselves? Big cats in the wild are disappearing at an alarming rate. In fact, within your lifetime, lions in the wild could disappear…
Who better to learn from about lions, leopards, tigers, and other big cats than National Geographic Big Cats Explorers themselves? Big cats in the wild are disappearing at an alarming rate. In fact...
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Should Puerto Rico Be a State?

POLITICS Jeb Bush recently reiterated his support for making the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico the nation’s 51st state. (CNN) Customize your own map of Puerto Rico with our 1-Page Map. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our…
POLITICS Jeb Bush recently reiterated his support for making the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico the nation's 51st state. (CNN) Customize your own map of Puerto Rico with our 1-Page Map. Teachers, sc...
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Dinosaur 'Dragon' on Sale

BUSINESS The fossil of a triceratops, dubbed the Dragon King, is on sale with a price tag of $1.8 million. (South China Morning Post) Use our resources to learn more about fossils like this one. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in…
BUSINESS The fossil of a triceratops, dubbed the Dragon King, is on sale with a price tag of $1.8 million. (South China Morning Post) Use our resources to learn more about fossils like this one. Te...
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Fantastik :) Dragon King (:
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