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National Geographic
an hour ago
To mark Eid al-Fitr this year, we selected images from our archive that showcase the joy, devotion, and community of Ramadan in America before the pandemic https://t.co/GtbgMidFQC
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10 hours ago
“Water is not the magic bullet that’s going to give you this optimal immune response,” Sharma says. “It’s part of the cache of healthy behaviors that promote a healthy immune system.” https://t.co/r0f0UZ8eeU
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12 hours ago
Nepal surpassed India’s per capita death rate and mortality rates continue to spike as the country faces desperate shortages of oxygen, ventilators, and other critical equipment https://t.co/7mzMdamTYn
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13 hours ago
This month, National Geographic celebrates Asian American trailblazers and their historic accomplishments that helped pave the way for more opportunities for those who came after them #APAHM https://t.co/wPXQ5afiah
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@InsideNatGeo
National Geographic Society
16 hours ago
Meet @rosemmorton, a surgical nurse, documentary photographer, and National Geographic Explorer. In honor of #APAHM and this week’s #NursesWeek, Rosem shared about her work — both in the hospital and behind the lens. https://t.co/BnHYDhh5IB
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16 hours ago
This is the story of Prince Albert I, how his tiny country came to play an outsize role in marine conservation, and how that legacy endures today https://t.co/sZFdpXLXg1
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National Geographic
17 hours ago
It’s been 51 years since an F5 tornado—the most powerful category of twisters—last struck a major U.S. city. Lubbock, Texas, still bears the scars https://t.co/LAX6IU7Vuk
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19 hours ago
This year marks the 150th anniversary of one of the largest mass lynchings in American history. In Los Angeles in 1871, the victims were Chinese immigrants https://t.co/Y1QMa64JSm
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National Geographic
20 hours ago
Green sea turtles congregate near a dock in the Bahamas in this photo by Thomas P. Peschak https://t.co/RwdN14ILEv
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21 hours ago
As the upward trend in visitation at national parks continues, so too does an increased potential for bad behavior https://t.co/qCsngBhn7U
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22 hours ago
R21 is the first vaccine candidate for malaria to cross the 75 percent threshold—a goal the WHO first set in 2013. If bigger trials confirm its safety and efficacy, it could be a powerful tool in the battle against the mosquito-borne parasite https://t.co/CWSZ2HPYk0
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National Geographic
a day ago
When the moon first formed, it orbited our planet much more closely, causing bizarre effects like extremely quick rotation and a weird shape https://t.co/YUJA7GlUk7
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National Geographic
a day ago
The COVID-19 measures most people took resulted in the almost complete elimination of many different kinds of infections. “We do a lot of things differently, and that could change everything.” https://t.co/Ycp5xGAbD4
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a day ago
Rattlesnakes use their noisy tails to warn: Back off, I can kill you https://t.co/JS8FPGtGU0
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