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Take The Pledge Now!
Planet or Plastics? National Geographic launches a multiyear initiative to reduce single-use plastics and their impact on the world’s oceans.
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An Evening With The World's Greatest Explorer
Direct from a sold-out UK tour, Sir Ranulph Fiennes will tour Australia in 2019 for the first time.
Megalodon is definitely extinct—and great white sharks may be to blame loading...
Megalodon is definitely extinct—and great white sharks may be to blame
New analysis of the ancient behemoths suggests they disappeared a million years earlier than thought, raising questions about what led to their demise.
Life is too short for long-term grudges. Further
Moon photos from the 1960s were developed in space—here's how loading...
Moon photos from the 1960s were developed in space—here's how
To find safe places for Apollo astronauts to land, NASA designed five survey satellites carrying classified defence technology.
The typical nature photograph shows a butterfly on a pretty flower. The conservation photograph shows the same thing, but with a bulldozer coming at it in the background. Further
New 'astonishing' tarantula has strange horn on its back loading...
New 'astonishing' tarantula has strange horn on its back
Discovered in a little-studied part of Angola, the arachnid ambushes its prey at night.

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