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Watch: Dramatic Rescues Show Intensity of China’s Deadly Floods
Both professional rescuers and helpful neighbours pitched in across south and central China to aid those who were stranded by extreme flooding.
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21 Captivating Pictures of Places Worth Protecting
Challenged to #protecttheselands, National Geographic Your Shot photographers from around the world share pictures of their most beloved natural places.
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200 Environmentalists Were Murdered Last Year
A new report warns of escalating violence against conservationists and protestors, from the U.S. to Africa and beyond.
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Sea Level Rise Will Flood Hundreds of Cities in the Near Future
Many shore communities in the U.S. face inundation in the coming decades.
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Plants Can Turn Caterpillars Into Cannibals to Avoid Getting Eaten
In order to protect themselves from hungry herbivores, plants release a defence mechanism that makes them taste foul.
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Underwater 'Spider' Breathes Through Its Legs
This bizarre animal uses its guts, not its heart, to pump oxygen through its body.
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Transgender fish found in British Rivers
From flushing harsh chemicals down the toilet.
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Storm Chaser Video Reveals Devastating Tornadoes
National Geographic tornado scientist Anton Seimon is capturing tornadoes on camera to better understand the damage they cause.
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