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Get Your Kids Outside this Weekend

Julie Brown, National Geographic  Spring is the ideal time for outdoor exploration! In the evenings and on weekends, I try to get outside and explore with my family. I know that parents and kids are being pulled in many directions between work, school,…
Julie Brown, National Geographic  Spring is the ideal time for outdoor exploration! In the evenings and on weekends, I try to get outside and explore with my family. I know that parents and kids ar...
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The Modern Life of a Bronze Age Woman http://wp.me/p2Ij6x-6hj

SCIENCE The stunningly well-preserved remains of a 3,500-year-old woman reveal her travels as a high-status woman of her day. (Nat Geo News) Learn more about the Egtved Girl and her “bog body” cousins with our video. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list…
SCIENCE The stunningly well-preserved remains of a 3,500-year-old woman reveal her travels as a high-status woman of her day. (Nat Geo News) Learn more about the Egtved Girl and her “bog body” cous...
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After traveling for nearly 34 hours to complete the first transatlantic flight, Charles Lindbergh stepped out of his plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, and said, "Well, I made it."
On May 21, 1927, American aviator Charles Lindbergh landed his monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, at Le Bourget Field in Paris, completing the world’s first transatlantic flight. ;
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+Souffou CHAKA Use translator for crying out loud!
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Top 10 New Species!

SCIENCE Which of the 18,000 new species identified last year were selected for as this year’s top ten? (International Institute for Species Exploration) Read this fantastic article to see who made the cut last year! Insect, plant, X-Phyla . . . what’s…
SCIENCE Which of the 18,000 new species identified last year were selected for as this year's top ten? (International Institute for Species Exploration) Read this fantastic article to see who made ...
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Australia isn't the only part of the world that's dealt with spider web mysteries. In the rain forests of Madagascar, orb spiders no bigger than the ones you find in your garden create webs big enough to wrap around a car.
Thumb-sized spiders make enormous webs that span the rivers of Madagascar.
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I have been a victim of it.
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Spidery ‘Plankton’ Pours Down

ENVIRONMENT Millions of spiders dropped from the sky in Australia, blanketing the countryside with their webs. “We see these falls of spiderwebs that look almost as if it’s snowing,” said one local resident. (Nat Geo News) Use our resources to learn about…
ENVIRONMENT Millions of spiders dropped from the sky in Australia, blanketing the countryside with their webs. "We see these falls of spiderwebs that look almost as if it's snowing," said one local...
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I think spiders are not that scary ,they are only tiny little bugs that try to survive as all other creatures,but of course we should keep away from them because they can threat  our safety...
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Planning to take some pictures this weekend? If they include wild animals, plants, or fungi, send it into the Great Nature Project! We're creating a global snapshot of the organisms we share our environment with. You can easily share what you discover with the world on our website: http://on.natgeo.com/1LtOUts

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thank you so much..promise i will send you photos,i am not an expert but i'll try my best,can i use my phone camera?
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This is the fifteenth International Day of Biodiversity! On this day every year, we recall 168 nations signing the Convention on Biological Diversity at the United Nations "Earth Summit" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992. This year's theme, set each year by the United Nations, is Biodiversity for Sustainable Development.
On May 22, 2000, the world celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity.
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Your students don't have to be professional explorers to find the adventures waiting for them outdoors.
See photos and ideas for how to enjoy the outdoors any time of year.
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Trade between India and European countries had existed for centuries via the famous Silk Road, but Vasco da Gama's expedition discovered a way to travel to Asia by boat. The navigator who got him to India from the East African coast was an experienced Indian sailor.
On May 20, 1498, Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama became the first European to reach India by sailing around Africa, a major expedition in the Age of Exploration.
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Sharing your photos can be about more than photography — it's about telling the story of the who, when, where, and what that came together to make the picture possible.
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A small lizard 6 inches long from goldfields Western Australia is that right 2 of them together in hot sun dry land no trees I have taken outside kalgoolie w.a.
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How do explorers study animals that just won't sit still? We're betting your students can design a whole bunch of possible solutions.

Dive into the Engineering Exploration Challenge, which asks students to solve real-world problems with their creativity and a little bit of STEM education: http://on.natgeo.com/1Lj3CDM
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