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18 days ago
Happy #ArborDay ! I’m @CraigAWelch here to tell you about our May issue—dedicated entirely to forests. Our staff brought it all on this one: the fascinating, the vital, the lovely, the brutal, the depressing, the frustrating, the inspirational.
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13 hours ago
Explore how researchers analyze the architecture of giant water lilies and other new discoveries in our latest breakthroughs roundup
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15 hours ago
In Cuba's Gardens of the Queen, crocodiles are a sign of a well balanced ecosystem
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17 hours ago
When a massive longship was unearthed in Norway more than 100 years ago, its occupants were expected to be powerful men. Instead, the richest grave site of the Viking Age belonged to two women, whose identities remain unknown
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18 hours ago
Learn more about the artist's facial reconstruction process in our latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo
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23 hours ago
On the latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo , forensic facial reconstructionist Oscar Nilsson uses a combination of science and art to re-create faces lost to time
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19 hours ago
Adelasius Ebalchus lived in Switzerland 1,300 years ago—and his expression sports a very unusual feature not seen in most facial reconstructions
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21 hours ago
Most scholars say that at the nation's founding ending a pregnancy wasn’t illegal—or even controversial. Here’s a look at the complex early history of abortion in the United States
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On the latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo , forensic facial reconstructionist Oscar Nilsson uses a combination of science and art to re-create faces lost to time
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