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  • "It looks like a muppet!"

      

  • Equinoxes occur twice a year on every planet in the solar system. Learn more: https://on.natgeo.com/2I9Uo25

      

  • Join scientists atop the biggest trees on earth in this stunning 360° footage.

      

  • Happy World Rhino Day!

      

  • Thank you for joining Brooke Barker, creator of Sad Animal Facts! Learn more about Brooke's work, her upcoming book, and where you can see her at a live event: http://sadanimalfacts.com/

      

  • This pair of Scottish wildcat kittens, some of the last of their kind, were found alone in the wild at seven weeks old.

      

  • This "robotic skin" turns everyday objects into robots.

      

  • We're LIVE with National Geographic photographer Charlie Hamilton James for a closer look at his latest story about isolated indigenous groups in the Amazon. Choose what you'd like to learn more about by commenting the letter of the topic below.
A. Meet the Awá indigenous group
B. See joyful moments with Awá and their pets
C. Learn about the threats facing isolated communities
D. Discover how these last isolated tribes are being protected
E. Learn more about Charlie's work throughout the Amazon
F. Hear Charlie's advice for aspiring photographers
Read October's cover story here: https://on.natgeo.com/2OCwAWS

      

  • Watch Kakenya the female cheetah hunting, LIVE from the Maasai Mara!

      

  • What do you do if you come across an entire pack of baby boars?

      

  • See the Earth from 20 miles (32 km) above in this breathtaking 360° footage captured from a weather balloon.

      

  • This newborn joey is a sign of hope for its endangered species.

      

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