Why Is An Ocean Current Critical To World Weather Losing Steam? Scientists Search The Arctic For Answers. loading...
Why Is An Ocean Current Critical To World Weather Losing Steam? Scientists Search The Arctic For Answers.
A conveyor belt of ocean water that loops the planet and regulates global temperatures could be heading for a tipping point.
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How A Photographer Got This Amazing Mountaintop Shot
Getting to this high-altitude research station is surprisingly easy—just take a train.
Coyotes Have Expanded Their Range To 49 U.S. States—And Show No Signs Of Stopping. loading...
Coyotes Have Expanded Their Range To 49 U.S. States—And Show No Signs Of Stopping.
We kill more than 400,000 a year, but this adaptable predator is thriving beyond all expectations. Now, it's poised to enter South America.
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The Best Photos Of 2019
National Geographic's 100 best images of the year–curated from 106 photographers, 121 stories, and more than two million photographs.
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Threats To Reef Spawn Alliance Of Marine Guardians
A new breed of aquatic vigilantes aren’t waiting for ‘someone else’ to fight threats to our greatest natural wonder, writes National Geographic staff Samuel Boynton.
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Mysterious Tectonic Fault Zone Found Off California
A new method using fibre-optic cables pinpointed the previously hidden system—and it may reveal more seismic surprises around the globe.
Wild Turkeys Are At A Record High In New England—But Not All Are Thankful. loading...
Wild Turkeys Are At A Record High In New England—But Not All Are Thankful.
When turkeys were reintroduced about 50 years ago, no one dreamed the birds would thrive in the suburbs. And now, they’ve become a nuisance.
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Did Ovid's Erotic Poetry Lead To His Exile From Rome?
Penning scandalous poems about gods and mortals brought Ovid many Roman fans—except Emperor Augustus, who banished the poet for reasons still unknown.
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New Leaf-Toed Geckos Found Living On Remote Volcano
A major effort to identify every reptile in the Galápagos has revealed three new species—and one is likely already endangered.
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See Our Favourite Space Pictures From 2019
Exploding stars, a gargantuan black hole, and a plethora of planets feature among our picks for the most amazing cosmic images of the year.
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Climate Change Driving Entire Planet To Dangerous Tipping Point
Scientists "don’t think people realise how little time we have left,” to stop irreversible and disastrous changes to Earth’s climate systems. But there is hope.
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Climate Emergency At Boiling Point
While many politicians around the world continue to debate the veracity of claims associated with global climate change, the evidence suggesting we’re facing some sort of catastrophe continues to mount.

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