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@NatGeo
National Geographic
7 hours ago
With careful planning and safety measures, "wild ice skating" is done on black ice, which can be as thin as two inches
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@sandyalonzo
Sandra Alonzo
12 years ago
Scroll down for Gallop-O-Gallop. http://bit.ly/EKSdz
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@Sarah_Smarsh
Sarah Smarsh
17 hours ago
Yet without them you'd be... growing your food on your roof? Heating your home with...? Take stock of all you consume, all that your lifestyle depends on--food, fuel & other commodities--that comes from rural labor. Vast, distant resources become yours because of urban wealth.
@NGrossman81
Nicholas Grossman
a day ago
American politics is urban areas subsidizing rural areas—healthcare, roads, employment, farm subsidies, mail, broadband internet, more—as rural voters complain that they're "forgotten" and "left behind," and use their disproportionate political power to get subsidized more.
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
a day ago
As summer melts the ice, polar bears dive for food in a unique way rarely seen called porpoising
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
2 hours ago
Designers say the furniture has a velvety, suede-like texture—and smells slightly like tea
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
a day ago
Foot-long forked tongues. Venomous slobber. Of all the animals named after mythical reptiles, nothing compares to the Komodo dragon
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
3 days ago
One of the most well known towns in Granada is Montefrío, recognized by National Geographic as one of the 10 towns with the best views in the world. Watching dusk fall over its magnificent medieval buildings, there is no doubt about it. #BestOfTheWorldChallenge
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
a day ago
While their blasts can no doubt wreak devastation, they also create a fresh canvas that fosters life of every hue
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
2 days ago
The world’s most endangered wolf lives only in a small area in eastern North Carolina, where approximately 17 individuals remain. Can we get back on track and save the species?
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
13 hours ago
Though just 90 minutes long, the attack on Pearl Harbor 80 years ago irrevocably changed the course of world history
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
a day ago
These head-turning accessories are part of a resurgence of traditional culture that Ukrainians are embracing in daily life
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
20 hours ago
The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge gives you stunning views of the Bernese Alps and the iconic Matterhorn in Switzerland
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
9 hours ago
“Our photographers care so deeply about the stories they’re telling that they’re willing to go to extreme lengths to make photographs that no one has seen before"
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
2 days ago
Research examining the U.S.’s role as a plastic consumer concludes that the country has much more work to do at home to manage waste
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
12 hours ago
"You might see the owls returning to the villages, spot a loving parade of foxes at the bend of a path, or learn more about the moving history of Japanese cranes while watching them do majestic love dances under the snow," writes photographer Michel Godimus of Hokkaido
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
2 days ago
Two of the limestone towers that make up the Twelve Apostles are seen off the coast of Victoria, Australia. #BestOfTheWorldChallenge photo by @DougGimesy
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