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The InSight lander also found hints that the red planet may host a global reservoir of liquid water deep below the surface.

Mysterious magnetic pulses discovered on Mars

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As leaders attending the UN’s Climate Action Summit discuss possible solutions, we looked back on conservation milestones since the first Earth Day.

49 years of environmental victories, in photos

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Most people don't know that earwigs have wings—let alone some of the most incredible wings in the animal kingdom.

An ode to earwig wings, which break standard laws of origami

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It took 40 years to build the Majorelle Garden, later restored by Yves Saint Laurent.

Visit a designer’s oasis in the heart of Marrakech

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When a softshell turtle decides to lay her eggs, she faces an unwelcome guest.

Mother Turtle Makes a Tough Decision

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Join us as we celebrate women who are changing their communities and exploring the world in our latest newsletter series, #NatGeoWomenofImpact.

Sign Up for The Women of Impact Newsletter

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Which nations are on track to meet climate goals?

Climate change report card: These countries are reaching targets

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Compared with bird counts from 1970, scientists estimate that North America has lost around three billion birds due to habitat loss, pesticides, and more.

Three billion birds have been lost in North America since 1970

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For nearly a decade, researchers have puzzled over what the Denisovans looked like. Now, we have our best model yet of the species' skeleton.

DNA reveals first look at enigmatic human relative

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With a tiny body just three millimeters in diameter, this ladybug amphipod got quite the close-up from Your Shot photographer Yury Ivanov in Tulamben, Bali. [ Natgeo.com Link ]

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