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For our Pictures of the Year special issue, we showcase 49 of the most compelling images out of more than 2.2 million taken on assignment this year on.natgeo.com/3EhYZN8
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“The Taj Mahal must be seen … to remind us that the world is real, that the sound is truer than the echo, the original more forceful than its image in a mirror.” - @SalmanRushdie nationalgeographic.com/trave… @NatGeo
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Later today, a visitor from the solar system’s frigid outermost regions will come within 26 million miles of Earth: a ball of ice and dust that will glow in our skies with an emerald gleam. on.natgeo.com/3YbxRrT
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The dragon mantis is so good at hiding, no one knows its population size
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One-size-fits-all dietary recommendations don’t reflect how differently people respond to the food they eat. But an ambitious new study may allow experts to finally tailor their recommendations for different people based on genes, microbes, and lifestyle. on.natgeo.com/3jja7mq
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A garden of delicate coral is sheltered from storms by a nearby peninsula in Kimbe Bay, New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea
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Some outfitters are now offering safaris that are more accessible to vegans. But how vegan-friendly can safaris really be? on.natgeo.com/3jh2HzS
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With the help of artificial intelligence and experts in linguistics, robotics, machine learning, and camera engineering, scientists hope to understand what sperm whales are talking about on.natgeo.com/3WPr6ua
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This is the only species of bees to build their hives upward, in a spiral
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Previously, evidence of what spurred killings of elephants and other animals was anecdotal and from particular case studies. Now, nonprofits and governments can use this study as justification for conservation approaches on.natgeo.com/3HNs2uA
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Octopuses fascinate us with their dexterity and keen intelligence. How long do most coastal octopus species live for? Find the answer in the replies and learn more about this competitive species with a 30-day free trial: on.natgeo.com/3WMwQVy
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ANSWER: Most coastal octopus species live for about a year; the largest and longest-lived, the giant Pacific octopus, may live up to five years. Learn more about this fast-growing, competitive species with a 30-day free trial: on.natgeo.com/3WMwQVy.
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A picture is worth a thousand words. And when that picture is a high-precision 3D image of the face, it might be worth a thousand blood tests as well on.natgeo.com/3XT0OIS
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