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  • When a new dam on the Nile threatened ancient treasures, the world took on the most complex archaeological rescue mission of all time - National Geographic
  • Wildlife crossings save money and lives—both animal and human - National Geographic
  • “I’d like people to understand that hearing is not only for ears.” - National Geographic
  • These all natural bars come sans plastic—and last longer than their bottled counterparts - National Geographic
  • As intelligent, social animals, goats can sense happiness or distress in other goats through their calls - National Geographic
  • Orcas can live 90 years, and now we may know why: Grandmothers boost the survival of their grandcalves - National Geographic
  • It may sound bizarre, but there actually is a good reason. - National Geographic
  • Bambara groundnuts and weeds may not be at the top of most menus, but they could become a solution for our future food needs - National Geographic
  • Sleep patterns in the brains of tiny zebrafish look remarkably similar to the brain activity in sleeping humans - National Geographic
  • The mighty Zuul, a Cretaceous dinosaur, had a sledgehammer tail that could topple tyrannosaur - National Geographic
  • Vital parts of their ecosystems, trees also spark our imagination, inspire famous books, receive worship, and bear witness to history - National Geographic
  • Collectively, honeybees are able to achieve an incredible level of sophistication—especially considering their brains are the size of sesame seeds - National Geographic
  • It's very rare to see a pangolin in the wild—but it's even more rare to see a lion interacting with one - National Geographic
  • Białowieża Forest, which is partly in Belarus and partly in Poland, is home to Europe's biggest land mammal, the European bison. See why the reserve is one of our Best Trips for 2020. - National Geographic
  • Cacao became so important to ancient Mesoamerican civilizations that they used it in religious rites and as currency - National Geographic
  • The daughter of one pharaoh and wife of another, Hatshepsut ultimately declared herself pharaoh, ruling as a man would for over 20 years - National Geographic
  • A whopping 76 percent of ocean animals are bioluminescent, which means they produce their own light or host bacteria that do - National Geographic
  • Surprisingly, owning a cat had no impact on the ability of survey takers to interpret cat emotion - National Geographic
  • Almost lost to history, trees grown from seeds that went to the moon on Apollo 14 can still be found across the United States—if you know where to look - National Geographic

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