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  • Join our starstruck columnist Andrew. Fazekas aka The Night Sky Guy  for his viewers guide to the total lunar eclipse occurring in the next few hours.

      

  • Mountain lion kittens stay with their mothers learning important survival skills until they're 18 months old.

      

  • Join a pack of wild dogs, LIVE from the Greater Kruger, South Africa!

      

  • The sea cucumber plays an unusual role in its ecosystem.

      

  • It's never a good idea to mess with a rhino mom.

      

  • Each year, helmeted hornbill couples select a cavity for their nest. Then for five months, the female stays inside with their chick while the male finds food for the entire family.

      

  • See how a pair of mismatched baby antelope became fast friends.

      

  • These are Texas horned lizards—and they can shoot blood from their eyes.

      

  • This week marks 131 years of National Geographic. See the evolution of this iconic cover, and some famous milestones along the way.

      

  • A newborn giraffe can find its feet—after a little stumbling around—in mere minutes.

      

  • Before Google, Facebook, or YouTube, there were a couple of visionaries with some groundbreaking ideas. Take a look at what happened behind-the-scenes to bring you the internet you know and love.

      

  • Join the action with hyena cubs, LIVE from The Mara Triangle, Kenya

      

Join our starstruck columnist Andrew. Fazekas aka The Night Sky Guy for his viewers guide to the total lunar eclipse occurring in the next few hours.

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