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Vietnam was a land ravaged by war but the nature here managed to rejuvenate and it has become one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. This program explores how this was possible and shows some of the most unique animals on earth that have made Vietnam their home.

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Humans Are Still Destroying Wildlife Habitats More Than Protecting Them
An Australian-led study shows that, despite creating more protected areas, humans are still leaving a footprint in vulnerable ecosystems.
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See Nat Geo Best Photos of 2016
Here is a gallery of National Geographic's 52 best images of the year—curated from 91 photographers, 107 stories, and 2,290,225 photographs.
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Witness A Magical 'Ghost Rainbow' Captured In Scotland
Photographer Melvin Nicholson recently struck gold with a gorgeous image of this lesser-known weather phenomenon.
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World's Largest Cluster of Sinkholes Discovered
Forty-nine sinkholes were found in China by researchers, who say the features have more secrets to tell.
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Where, and When, Will the Next Volcano Erupt?
Volcanologist Andrew McGonigle is developing early-warning detection equipment for eruptions.
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Top Ancient Sites for Stargazing
From petroglyphs to castles carved into hilltops, explore our night sky through our ancestors at these amazing archaeological sites.
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8 Nat Geo Photographers Share Images of Gratitude
We asked our photographers to choose a moment they are thankful for having witnessed.
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How to Map a River With Gunpowder
Cartographers experiment with an explosive way to make map art.
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'Mud Dragon' Dinosaur Unearthed—By Dynamite
The fossil, dated to the time right before a giant impact wiped out the dinosaurs, was almost destroyed during school construction.

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