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History’s Greatest Moustaches
Sponsored Content: This Movember National Geographic looks back at some of history’s most daring moustaches
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These spiders feed their leftovers to carnivorous plants
Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbour an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both.
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Bats are being killed so people can suck their blood
Thousands of bats are sold for their blood each month in Bolivia, supposedly to help treat epilepsy and other ailments.
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable? loading...
Palm oil is unavoidable. Can it be sustainable?
Our appetite for the oil hurts the environment and wildlife. But Gabon hopes to show how to build an industry while protecting its forests.
Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish loading...
Why soba is an underrated Japanese dish
Trade the ramen crunch and flavour packet for these nutty, delicate Japanese noodles.
Artistic photos expose wildlife trafficking at Canadian border loading...
Artistic photos expose wildlife trafficking at Canadian border
From zebra foot bookends to ivory necklaces, these are some of the products seized by officials.
Excerpt: Rare World War II maps reveal Japan's Pearl Harbor strategy loading...
Excerpt: Rare World War II maps reveal Japan's Pearl Harbor strategy
On December 7, 1941, Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor. Maps, both historic and newly created by National Geographic, yield new insights into the full scope of Japan's battle plans for the day "which will live in infamy."
A spider’s pursuit of older mates can have grisly results loading...
A spider’s pursuit of older mates can have grisly results
Young females are more fertile and easy to woo; older females often mate and then eat the male alive. No wonder they’re called widow spiders.
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why loading...
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why
Spurred by a likely El Niño as well as climate change, the planet is expected to heat up even more, scientists warn.
This notorious Christmas character is dividing a country loading...
This notorious Christmas character is dividing a country
Neo-Nazis in the Netherlands have responded violently to calls to get rid of Santa's blackface holiday assistant.
Drink volcanic purple tea in the Azores loading...
Drink volcanic purple tea in the Azores
São Miguel Island is home to mineral-rich hot springs that turn green tea purple, among other weird wonders.
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See the best animal photos of 2018
Get up close to a shark feeding frenzy and meat-eating bats in these amazing pictures selected by National Geographic editors.

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