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Do you know any of these little cats' names? Learn more about the elusive wildcats you've never seen. The Nat Geo Photo Ark is using the power of photography to inspire people to save animals before its too late. Learn more at NatGeoPhotoArk.org [ Natgeo.com Link ]

Elusive Wildcats You've Never Seen

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Endangered hawksbill sea turtles are illegal to trade internationally, but Japan's thriving domestic trade is hampering the recovery of the species.

Trade in sea turtle products is banned, but they’re still sold in Japan

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On International Red Panda Day, learn about the growing interest in these endangered animals.

Watch the Bittersweet Rescue of Red Pandas from Wildlife Smugglers

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Preliminary data from the InSight lander's magnometer suggest that the red planet's magnetic field wobbles in inexplicable ways at night.

Mysterious magnetic pulses discovered on Mars

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"This was my first solo hiking adventure and I was a bit nervous but after the first night of Intense of Aurora's, the excitement took over all nervousness!" writes Your Shot photographer Hardik Desai of this otherworldly scene captured in Greenland. [ Natgeo.com Link ]

Ảnh trên dòng thời gian

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As much a part of the city’s image as the Statue of Liberty and Times Square, leafy Central Park is the green heart of the Big Apple.

How to make the most of Central Park

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More than two million people have signed up during the past two months to converge on air base Area 51 with hopes of seeing aliens—even though the event organizer has called it a hoax.

Why two million people signed up to storm Area 51

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"When we take care of this magnificent place we call home, we begin to understand that it's actually taking care of all of us," says National Geographic photographer Ami Vitale. [ Natgeo.com Link ]

Discovering Hope On The Range

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One full moon. An immense grouper spawning. 700 sharks on the hunt.
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Exactly 500 years ago, Ferdinand Magellan began a historic journey to circumnavigate the globe. But his legacy is complicated and in fact, his name wasn't even Magellan.

Magellan was first to sail around the world, right? Think again.

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