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Math is a lot more fun when sharks are involved. This activity packs a bite! #SharkFest
Students learn about trophic levels in a marine food pyramid. Students play a game and complete mathematic equations to learn what happens to coral reef health when shark populations decrease.
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The ideas described in this article are so creative! Thanks for sharing +National Geographic Education
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The U.S., U.K., Japan, and Russia signed the first international wildlife conservation treaty, limiting fur seal hunting off the coast of what is now Alaska. Which animals do you think deserve protection today? http://on.natgeo.com/1eCWBm1

Learn more about fur seal breeding and migration patterns by viewing this map: http://on.natgeo.com/1fkSPPd
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Hawaiian society changed dramatically after King Kalakaua was forced to sign the infamous "Bayonet Constitution" in 1887. The balance of power shifted from the monarchy to the people affiliated with Hawaii's sugar and pineapple plantations.

Learn more about Hawaii's history below.
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On July 6, 1887, King David Kalakaua, the last reigning monarch of Hawaii, was forced at gunpoint to sign a constitution drafted by white businessmen.
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Hawai fué un estado independiente!
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The United States isn't the only country celebrating independence this weekend.

Venezuela declared independence from Spain on July 5, 1811. Citizens were motivated by similar frustrations; high taxes and a lack of self-rule, lead to a decade-long resistance against the colonial power.
On July 5, 1811, Venezuela declared its independence from Spain.
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Celebremos juntos la independencia porque la libertad no tiene precio 
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The course of the Civil War was permanently changed by the Battle of Gettysburg, where the Union emerged victorious.
On July 3, 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg ended with a decisive Union victory.
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Thank God Victory but very sad for all who lost their lixes very sad
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Robots help us learn about places like this volcano, which is NOT safe for people to visit. How do we build those robots to solve problems like this? The engineering process is the key! http://on.natgeo.com/1eDXXNi


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Hundreds of species of sharks glide through the world's oceans. Kick off #SharkFest with a look at videos and educational resources about everyone's favorite finned predators: http://on.natgeo.com/1fixrdo
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WORLD Yes, they had to yank eyeballs from sockets and beating hearts from chests, but pirates had voting rights and were compensated for injury. (Nat Geo News) Check out our collection on historic and contemporary pirates and piracy. Teachers, scroll down…
WORLD Yes, they had to yank eyeballs from sockets and beating hearts from chests, but pirates had voting rights and were compensated for injury. (Nat Geo News) Check out our collection on historic ...
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"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

Happy Independence Day!
On July 4, 1776, the United States declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain (now called the United Kingdom).
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I think the Supreme Court needs a history lesson on the Declaration Of Independence. It wrong what they are doing.
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When President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, it was the most sweeping civil rights legislation of the century, outlawing discrimination based on race, gender, nationality, and religion.
On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon Johnson signed the most sweeping piece of American civil rights legislation of the century, the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
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The Tour de France has nearly doubled in length since it first occurred in 1902. Back then, the race was 1,509 miles long and took place over six stages. Today, bikers travel 3,404 miles over 21 stages. http://on.natgeo.com/1KrzUNQ
On July 1, 1902, bicyclists competed in the first Tour de France race.
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