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1 450 butterfly species rapidly declining due to warmer autumns in the western U.S.
2 First great apes at U.S. zoo receive COVID-19 vaccine made for animals
3 A swarm of earthquakes shakes Iceland. Are volcanic eruptions next?
4 A year into the pandemic, Nat Geo photographers turn their lenses on pets
5 This deep-sea shark is one of the world’s largest glowing animals
6 Are you procrastinating more? Blame the pandemic.
7 Oldest dog remains in Americas discovered in Alaska
8 America's first investigative journalist got her start in an asylum
9 The ultimate hotel guide to the Italian Dolomites
10 Resolution Reached to Save Elyn Zimmerman Sculpture Amid National Geographic Renovations
11 A lemur died from tuberculosis—a likely victim of the flourishing illegal pet trade
12 A black-footed ferret has been cloned, a first for a U.S. endangered species
13 Nearly 5,000 sea turtles rescued from freezing waters on Texas island
14 Visualizing 500000 deaths from COVID-19 in the US
15 Grizzlies are coming back. But can we make room for them?
16 Yellow penguin spotted in Antarctica—here's why it's so rare
17 The origins of environmental justice—and why it’s finally getting the attention it deserves
18 America’s newest national park is a haven for hiking, climbing, and rafting
19 UNM professor to be featured in National Geographic
20 Dinosaur extinction facts and information | National Geographic
21 These 9 memorials trace the global impact of slavery
22 3-ton parts of Stonehenge may have been carried from earlier monuments
23 Much of America's seafood comes through this city. Here's how it controlled COVID-19.
24 A medicinal Chinese herb may be evolving to camouflage from humans
25 Watch the first-ever video of a spacecraft landing on Mars
26 What the mink COVID-19 outbreaks taught us about pandemics
27 ‘I don’t even know if my home still exists.’
28 Do this, not that: Keeping curious kids from disrupting wildlife
29 Detroit among 4 cities National Geographic chose to debut new Aretha Franklin series
30 Uncovering life's operating code National Geographic
31 UNM Geography professor featured in new National Geographic Mars article
32 Could solar panels and batteries on your home help prevent the next grid disaster?
33 The unintended environmental benefit of Cuba's isolation
34 Mass extinction facts and information from National Geographic
35 The priceless primate fossils found in a garbage dump
36 NASA’s Perseverance rover has just landed on Mars
37 These widely used insecticides may be a threat to mammals too
38 The untold story of the world’s fiercest tank battle
39 The origins of Texas’s proud independent streak
40 The world’s biggest owl is endangered—but it’s not too late to save it
41 Marine pollution facts and information
42 We know the pandemic is affecting working moms—but how is that affecting kids?
43 From 'Herbie the Love Bug' to punch buggy, the Beetle remains iconic in Mexico
44 Ocean acidification facts and information
45 Everything to know about California’s Joshua Tree National Park
46 Five of the best breakfast ideas from around the world
47 The environmental impacts of cars explained
48 New drugs identified as possible tools to fight COVID-19
49 Historic interpreters are changing the conversation about race
50 National Geographic and NASA Collaborate on Exclusive Mars AR Activation for @natgeo Instagram
51 After you get a COVID-19 vaccine, what can you do safely?
52 Samsung, National Geographic Traveller India Partner to #UncoverTheEpic with Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G's 8K Video Snap Feature
53 Sentenced to death, but innocent: These are stories of justice gone wrong.
54 Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine may soon be approved. Here’s how it works.
55 Volcano Safety Tips, Preparation, and Readiness
56 Film Review: National Geographic's "Own the Room" is an Inspiring Disney+ Documentary Film
57 Shake up breakfast with National Geographic Traveller Food
58 From Egegik Fish Camp to National Geographic camerawoman: A Conversation with Erin Ranney
59 National Geographic Hires Nancy San Martín and Bijal Trivedi to Editorial Team
60 Eight of the world’s best historic bookshops, from Portland to Paris
61 National Geographic Live — Feats of Filmmaking – Events
62 Overheard at National Geographic Shines a Spotlight on Photographer Katie Orlinsky in the Gila Wilderness of New Mexico
63 Watch a dramatic snow leopard hunt
64 National Geographic Traveller (UK) April 2021 available on newsstands now
65 "Feats of Filmmaking" one of two National Geographic Live shows presented by Poway OnStage
66 Five chic new hotels in Athens, Greece
67 Remembering award-winning photographer and Arvada resident Lowell Georgia
68 Got 100 seconds? Use them to tour Britain’s National Parks from the air
69 Four ways to experience Tenerife, beyond the beaches
70 How to experience Athens' food scene in one day
71 A culinary guide to Alsace, France
72 Travel Geeks online: exploring rural Japan — 23 March 2021
73 Telling Queen of Soul's story | TV | Journal Gazette
74 Discover what happens behind the scenes during the next Nat Geo Live event
75 The story of Earth's first selfie
76 National Geographic Adds Bijal Trivedi and Nancy San Martín to Editorial Team
77 Why kids need their own COVID-19 vaccine trials
78 2 young Filipinas among National Geographic Society's 2020 Young Explorers
79 National Geographic India, in collaboration with the Indian Army, celebrates this International Women’s Day with a special film ‘WOMEN OF HONOUR: Destination Army’
80 The priceless primate fossils found in a rubbish dump
81 The inside guide to Byron Bay, Australia's boho surf spot
82 Contact National Geographic
83 National Geographic’s list of best trips for future planning
84 How to pitch a story for National Geographic
85 New chameleon species may be world’s smallest reptile
86 The best science photos of 2020
87 10 unforgettable images from our Year in Pictures issue
88 Bluer blues and blacker blacks? How science is enhancing colors
89 30 riveting pictures from the Nat Geo photo archives
90 Spotted and oddly striped zebras may be a warning for species’ future
91 Nat Geo's 21 most compelling images of the 21st century
92 National Geographic’s best travel photos of 2020
93 Why travel should be considered an essential human activity
94 Has science solved one of history’s greatest adventure mysteries?
95 The inauguration, from sunrise to sunset, captured in one striking picture
96 10 good-news stories for wildlife in 2020
97 Americans are observing nature during the pandemic, helping scientists with research
98 Pets are helping us cope during the pandemic—but that may be stressing them out
99 These are our best animal photos of 2020
100 12 ways to travel sustainably in the new year