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  • avatar It took two winter seasons and a year's worth of mental preparation for ace climber Daniel Woods to make the first-ever ascent of the Process, a notoriously difficult portion on a 50-foot (15-meter) boulder in the Buttermilks, California.

    See new extreme adventure photos each week featuring tips from your favorite athletes and photographers and get the stories behind the shots.

    See new extreme adventure photos each week featuring tips from your favorite athletes and photographers and get the stories behind the shots.

    Posted By National Geographic

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  • avatar Hear from extreme swimmer Lewis Pugh—and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year—during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30. Post your questions for the adventurers below or on Twitter using #AdvofYearChat: http://on.natgeo.com/1xUtgqr

    Hear from extreme swimmer Lewis Pugh—and more 2015 Adventurers of the Year—during a live video conversation at 1pm EST on Friday, January 30. Post your questions for the adventurers below or on Twitter using #AdvofYearChat: <a href="http://on.natgeo....

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    Posted By National Geographic

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  • avatar Photo of the Day: In this image by #YourShot member Sudipta Maulik, devotees catch rice during Annakut—or "heap of grain"—celebrations at a temple in Kolkata, India. #photography

    Devotees catch rice during Annakut celebrations at a temple in Kolkata, India, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Devotees catch rice during Annakut celebrations at a temple in Kolkata, India, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Posted By National Geographic

    8 hours ago

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      Srutiban Bhattacharya says: prouf to be kolkatan today

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      Abid Middya says: Guru Vikram do u have any idea what this is?

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      Rakesh Patel says: Nice

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      Teresa Acuna says: increíble! tendrían que venir a los casamientos

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      Willow Silver ThirteenMoons says: Wow :-D What is Annakut? I never heard about this before. Okay, if i´m not mistaken, then i think it´s a celebration to the loving hindu deity Hare Krishna. :-D Plss correct me if am wrong about this. ;-)

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      Debbie Swaney says: I dont understand the meaning, but think its probably not good.

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      Bill Zuccaro says: So

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      David Coleman says: and they all want to come to Toronto !

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      Sonia Gaias says: HAPPY ANNAKUT ...

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  • avatar Caught on National Geographic's Crittercam, the giant humboldt squid communicates by rapidly changing the color of its skin.

    Footage from the National Geographic Crittercam shows that the squid's rapid flashing takes place only in front of the other squids, so this behavior is possibly being used to attract mates or warn rivals.

    Footage from the National Geographic Crittercam shows that the squid's rapid flashing takes place only in front of the other squids, so this behavior is possibly being used to attract mates or warn rivals.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Jessica Booth says: not gunna lie I thought that was a picture of a creative ceiling fan...

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      Nathan Nepia says: By the looks of it, I think the squid was trying to say "Get this fkn thing off me".. Other than that. it was an interesting video.

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      Fel Felix says: Why is this video absolutely terrifying? >.<

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      JN Baldwin says: All hail Cthulhu

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      Doreen Basque says: When I first saw this picture I thought it was a ceiling fan, then I put my glasses on. Quite impressive !

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      Janet Grenleski says: Amazing! A little creepy when the octopus starts licking the lens...

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  • avatar See photos of calming winter landscapes—such as this one, taken at China's West Lake by #YourShot member Eddie Cheng—on our Snowy Scenes board on Pinterest.

    Glimpse wild horses gallop through a blizzard, children play in a winter wonderland, and more snowy scenes from our #YourShot photo community.

    Glimpse wild horses gallop through a blizzard, children play in a winter wonderland, and more snowy scenes from our #YourShot photo community.

    Posted By National Geographic

    13 hours ago

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      Teo Shu Hui says: Crystal Pan so nice!! omg!! lol

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      Roseanne Birmingham says: Love to look at snowy landscapes when it is 38 C here in Australia.

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      Natalya Grigoryeva says: I dont understand people who say "I dont like snow, its cold"..

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      Lorena Álvarez-Mróz says: And in Poland winter landscapes look like this :) http://lorenameksykanka.blogspot.com/2014/12/maravillosos-paisajes-invernales.html

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      A Lane Brant says: I can look outside and see a snowy scene.

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      Sandra Rayson says: Pretty

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      Alexandre Ptilou says: superbe

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      Natalia Ratilainen says: amazing place

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      Helen Duncan says: This is just like looking into amagic wonderland.I love it.x

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      Gabriella Vitali says: Fantástico!!!!

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  • avatar Though rare, some animals—like the hippopotamus—are known to eat their own kind when resources are scarce.

    There's a new meaning to hungry, hungry hippos.

    There's a new meaning to hungry, hungry hippos.

    Posted By National Geographic

    16 hours ago

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      Audrey Wang says: Hungry hungry hippo.

      16 hours ago

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      Jake Nelson says: or maybe that hippo is just a dick.

      16 hours ago

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      Diana Johannes says: In the continent of Africa, hippos kill more humans than lions do.

      16 hours ago

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      Manuel Mmcom says: How ignorant people are... Every animal in the planet faced with the same circunstances wolud do it including us humans (also animals)

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      Eleanor Johnson says: dat ass tho :P

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      Carrie Soto says: That looks like my old gym teacher from the back. Same physique ... And appetite.

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      Lazore Jacob says: I'm pretty sure almost ALL organisms will resort to cannibaism if they're starving...

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      Josephine Bird says: Even humans would do the same.. It comes down to the survival of the fittest. Lol

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      Elise Bryant says: Sometimes deer eat birds to get calcium. Cows on farms have been known to eat chicks for the same reason. Sometimes herbivores eat other animals, especially if they aren't getting enough nutrients.

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      Judy Green says: I didn't know that! Nasty hippos. But, maybe they've discovered the way to survive in times of famine ... eat your mother-in-law!

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      Charles Nye says: I never knew that hippos were omnivorous o___o;

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      Steven Corradi says: This doesn't surprise me. I have seen teenagers eat their own kind when I was in high school.

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      McNally Kathleen says: All animals. Even humans. Survival of the fittest. Do vegans taste like lettuce? Hahaha

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      Greg Fouss says: The one on the right has a cute butt. Lol

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      David Oliver says: TF, dude, go eat that fuqin alligator over there not aunt Ruby

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      Xtian Pabalan says: They're eating the partly digested grass inside the dead hippo's stomach..

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      Eric Roberts says: Diana Winter I'm pretty sure you're involved.

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      Joshua Long says: Some humans don't even need scarce resources.

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      John Thomson says: Eat the rich.

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      Lila Rivera says: Humans do it.

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      Shannon Mc says: Niall MB

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      Tylerius Baum says: I just threw up all over my computer. Thank you.

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      Paulien Van den Broeck says: Kaat Verstraeten nijlpaarden doen het ook al, zoals hamsters..

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      Crystal Welsh says: Here's your Hippo's Robin Draper

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  • avatar Crops are tough to grow in the high altitude of Afghanistan's Parmir Mountains—leaving Kyrgyz tribes to rely on yaks, goats, and sheep for food, milk, and trade. Discover more photos of the varying ways people around the world source their food. #FutureofFood

    From sugarcane farmers in Mozambique to fishermen on the Philippines's Sulu Sea, here's a collection of some of the best photographs from our Future of Food series.

    From sugarcane farmers in Mozambique to fishermen on the Philippines's Sulu Sea, here's a collection of some of the best photographs from our Future of Food series.

    Posted By National Geographic

    20 hours ago

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      Fráybá Hádí says: Its Pamir mountains, not Parmir

      19 hours ago

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      Philip Mckenna says: Nothing like a good yak for breakfast.

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      Violetta Andorini says: The comments here really point to the fact that we havent and havent had to have a clue how to survive and source food. Only so called primitive and nomadic people are intelligent enough to work with nature.

      19 hours ago

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      Courtney Lopez says: That Yak looks wack!

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      Gyron Mkwebo says: At least the animals roam free and are independent before being killed for meat, unlike in industrial farms

      10 hours ago

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      Rian Padraig O'Baoill says: I hate this pic, children should not have to work for a living, they should be playing games.

      19 hours ago

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      Monica Anica Apostolescu says: Sweet Angel â¡â¥

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      May Sun Beck says: A reminder of how hard life really is and how hardy indigenous people are away from the cities!!

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      Celal Oguz says: queen of the mountain they d

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      Atash Showla says: empair face not a slave face.

      19 hours ago

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      Sush Kiran Kumar says: I saw this on ur IG account. ...incredible pix...the girl looks like a doll

      20 hours ago

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      Shawn Maver says: Those animals look delicious

      20 hours ago

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      Sabrina Jewel Kilpatrick says: Could we all stop arguing over Plough vs Plow? Different countries spell it different.

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      Amanullah Hashimi says: In local language called "Ghazh gaw" Very natural meet with low fat.

      9 hours ago

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      Berith Annelise Fjeld says: Lovely picture :)

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      Eva Bjarko says: Yea, the child looks delicious, with some spices , start the grill!

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      Aisha Nazam says: Simple life!

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      Ong BP says: Good

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      Cj Angie says: Nick New-Sim you'd loved this too

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      Shawn Maver says: Lol

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      Jay Crabbe says: ^Fox News?

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  • avatar Witness a remarkable encounter between a predatory cheetah and a young, terrified impala—caught on video by safari-goers in Kenya's Masai Mara.

    Professional guide and lodge owner Mikey Carr-Hartly was on safari in Kenya's Masai Mara, when he witnessed a remarkable encounter between a cheetah family and a young impala.

    Professional guide and lodge owner Mikey Carr-Hartly was on safari in Kenya's Masai Mara, when he witnessed a remarkable encounter between a cheetah family and a young impala.

    Posted By National Geographic

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      Gareth Redgrave says: "Predatory cheetah" ? Is there another kind? Are they implying that there are vegan cheetahs?

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      Rosie Cheeks says: To all those saying "this is life" and "that's nature" and the cheetah has to eat, do you think others don't realise that? That we haven't all seen it before on nature documentaries? That we don't accept carnivore's have to kill to survive? Don't talk down to us like we are children, we know it just as well as you do. What we are saying is why would we want to watch the poor creature suffering. And if you question why we wouldn't want to watch it, I question why would you?

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      David H Rice says: Thought this was going to be one of those videos where the two animals would become lifelong friends or at the very least, the baby impala gets away... :/ Disney and their lies

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      Ashley DelSignore says: Something tells me I should definitely NOT watch this.

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      Heather Lee says: And I thought I was going to have a warm, fuzzy feeling...then I read the article.

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      Nikkos Kalamata Spanakopita says: Remarkably boring.

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      Victoria Sage says: Well THAT was misleading.

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      Vicki Dismuke says: If you eat meat, somebody has to die. While I feel for the impala, the cheetahs have to eat. That's life.

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      Katie Joanne Banks says: Oh blimey this is life this is how they learn to hunt if that upsets you don't watch it. Got a cat? That's what it does to mice and birds too!

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      Cindy T Nguyen says: Poor baby Impala!

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      Charlotte Singleton says: Good god. This Is National Geographic not a magical fairy tail!!Animals have to eat just like we do. They can't just go to a shop and cook a meal. Do you think they hunt to upset human beings? No, they hunt to survive. If you lived in the wild like some native tribes still do you wouldn't think twice about spearing a wild animal for food!

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      Erin Casseday says: I know that this is natures way, but for once I am not going to like something that Nat. Geo posts. Must of us know what goes on in the real world, doesn't need to be posted here. Thumbs down.

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      Lynne MacIntosh says: This is nature. It's not Disney. If thou love nature and animals you accept this. The life of a predator is also bet hard. Would people rather see starving cheetahs, so baby impalas don't have to die?

      I get that it's not pleasant to see or read about, but we can't respect and care for nature properly, if we fantasize that it all exists without bloodshed and suffering.

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      Karlo James Bringas says: Wild animals aren't humans or pets, so don't expect them to conform to human morality. Cat hunts prey, prey runs, and one of them eats. That is nature. Nothing good in it and nothing evil either. Why? Because animals, that's why.

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      Bret Konsdorf says: awww... :( life is a b*tch

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      Genevieve Robinson says: Sadly, a friend used to work at the BBC natural history unit and all they'd film is either animals having sex, or eating each other. You know why? Cause that's what we sorry humans demanded. Sad reality really. I would like to see more. And guess what!? Watch "In My Big Blue Backyard", filmed in NZ, you'll get far more. Fabulous info and full of amazing facts - not just sex and death.

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      Equiner Zumon Sifra says: We all are animals, and animals in the wild are WILD. Do not espect wild animals to be "humanized", they are better.

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      Vincent Kreder says: Sorry! It may be nature, but I have the right not to like it. Ever since I was little I always rooted against lions, tigers, panthers, cheetahs, etc. as they tore apart helpless, cute indefensible baby animals. It seemed the "cats" were bullies. I always wished that a hunter would come and blow the "cats" to smithereens while I was watching the bullies picking on their prey. As I implied earlier, I'm entitled to the way I felt.

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      Ben Betty Montenegro says: We should learn from nature. .they kill to survive not to store and have it gone to waste. .

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      Beng Huat Ooi says: Laws of the Jungle. . Laws of Survival. .. has not been fair to the poor defenceless impala... Better leave this life and get reincarnated into more fearsome creature in future life. ..It has given it's life to keep the cheetahs alive. .. In future life the cheetahs will have to pay back this debt. ..

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      Jody Ann says: wish we didnt have to eat each other to survive!

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      Denise Romani says: Wow, at times like this, I really do wish Facebook had a thumbs down button. FO National Geographic.

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      Claudia Clifton says: Not watching this and that is MY CHOICE!

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      Calla Antoinette says: What is sick is where most of you get your meat. High density feed lots and mass slaughter of innocent animals. This is honest, natural, sustainable and good for the planet.

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      Doug Alexandre says: If you don't like nature, why do you follow National Geographic?

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  • avatar X-rays in this composite image of an elliptical galaxy blaze in blue, while radio signals appear red and visible light twinkles in yellow. (Photograph by NASA)

    See more of the week's most stunning images of space: http://on.natgeo.com/1yQ7oAG

    X-rays in this composite image of an elliptical galaxy blaze in blue, while radio signals appear red and visible light twinkles in yellow. (Photograph by NASA)

See more of the week's most stunning images of space: <a href="http://on.natgeo.com/1yQ7o...

    Read More...

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Lee Marie Welch says: Radio frequencies?? I wonder if it's classic rock!

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      William Haimes says: After this amazing universe we are watching with our eyes and no other civilization before has seen, we should wonder are these signs in the skies of the last days ? For those that don't understand, start some reading or ask.

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      Vittorio De Antoni says: I see a fish

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      Rick Ford says: galactic porn!

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      Diane Abdellah Woticha says: Melinda George

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      Diana Boyd says: Nasa sure is getting some exclusives lately..amazing, yes..suspicious, yes.

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      Matilda Dare says: Kawaii Galaxy Oneechan

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      Nancyj Jeanne says: These beautiful images are an inside look at the past. Think how many light years away they illustrate. Thank you nasa for sharing.

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      Sarah Scott says: Isaac Schultz

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      Gastón Gutiérrez Cisternas says: I see et with open mouth and eyes out ð³

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      Masih Moafi says: I am addressing you, the youth, not because I overlook your parents, rather it is because the future of your nations and countries will be in your hands; and also I find that the sense of quest for truth is more vigorous and attentive in your hearts.
      - A #Letter4U from Ayatollah Khamenei
      Full Text: http://farsi.khamenei.ir/ndata/news/28731/index.html#en

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      Stephany Gonzalez says: K padre

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      Vinod Goswami says: gapp dikhata hai

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      Ronnie Vercoe says: Wow

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      Bobby Wache says: Nerds!!!!

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      Rose Marie says: 1

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      Caleb Partida says: Wonder what i was doing when this amazing gas event happen!!

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      Ricardo Gordillo says: Mitosis or meiosis??

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      Janell Alexander Wood says: I thought the colors that we see throughout the universe were indicative of certain elements, the very same elements on earth.

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      Bijoy Roy says: Really cooooooool

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      Vusi Mkhatshwa says: It's stunner indeed

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      Amine Mrah says: My god thank you

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      Jason Murphy says: awsome

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      Mera Sultan says: amazing

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      Rick Walston says: This may be our prayers marching fort to the very Throne room of our creator

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  • avatar When winter temperatures in South Africa drop below freezing, vervet monkeys turn to friends—and huddle together—to stay warm.

    As the vervets huddle together in a shivering heap, tiny thermometers in their bodies record their temperatures.

    As the vervets huddle together in a shivering heap, tiny thermometers in their bodies record their temperatures.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Matt Christensen says: Brilliant. Next month: Monkeys with poor social network stay cooler in the summer

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      SK Singh says: ha..ha..ha..what an idea

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      Patrick Woodford says: Get em hooked on Facebook. :P

      January 24th

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      Melanie McMullen says: Erin McMullen Jess Davidson !

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      Waseem Zeid says: I love staying warm with an apposite sex during the winter :)

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      Shumaila Jabeen says: So they are more smarter than human !

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      Remy Isa says: Kuy Betes...

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      Noora Faraj says: Cute ð Jonas

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      Arin Aprahamian says: Adrian Muller

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      Monica Dalla says: Laura Macchia well...

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      Chris McClintock says: But it is the middle of Summer currently in S. Africa! :)

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      Muhammad Umar says: Mansoor Khan

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      Lester Chasteen says: Headline title S/B plural, e.g. "Monkeys".

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      Pedro Rubio Mergoni says: Alejandra Lage

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      Esteban Arguedas says: Johan Madriz y Merary Villatoro

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      Nicole Ripka says: Celeste Courtenay

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      Dagmar Förster says: That's what we do!

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      Naz Kıvanç says: coooookkk tatlılar bayıldım

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      Suzy Chavez says: A quien le recordara?!!

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      Jun Mark Baqueriza says: freenz again

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      Blu Diamond says: Ah poor little cuteeez! Like it

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      Joan Rankin says: Beautiful animals, just want to hug one.

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  • avatar Photo of the Day: With the Gran Paradiso massif looming beyond a cloud bank, a yellow-billed Alpine chough swoops and soars in Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park. #photography

    A yellow-billed Alpine chough flies above Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    A yellow-billed Alpine chough flies above Italy's Gran Paradiso National Park in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from Stefano Unterthiner.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Bryan Pipo Filippo says: Is Awesome

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      Laurie Love says: This is breathtaking!!!

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      Jess Ba says: Kristal Margrie

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      Marta Saganić says: Zana Kusmic , Amalija Korac , evo tu sam bila :) Dobro, prosla cestom... :)

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      TC Sema Doğa says: mükemmel görüntü

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      Saba Ansari says: Amazing

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      Sarah Coradi says: Amazing photo

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      Órlaith O'Shaughnessy says: Joshua Clarke :)

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      Jessica Sì says: Gran Paradiso :D

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      Sabrina Staton says: Amazing & Beautiful Life is Beautiful.

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      Akhter Nazir says: very nice

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      Marco Arco says: Have been in Gran Paradiso National Park..

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      Ottokoma Bonny says: this place has no oil...am sure

      January 24th

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      مصطفى أحمد تحلق says: wow

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      Donna Kirksey says: This is one way for me to see that beautiful Park in Italy.

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      Giuseppe D'Avino says: Che spettacolo

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      West Jeezee says: Love it

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      Penny Bews says: Breathtaking.

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      Anne-grethe Kjærsgaard says: beautiful

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      Nikhil Bhatt says: outstanding

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      Efren Batista says: Wow ...it fits thy name

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      Julien Bauer says: Been there last year :D :D (Y)

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      Ytshyrla Azul says: Unique and beautifullll

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      Maryam Qasim says: Awesom

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      Yvonne T Huacuja says: Gorgeous, and all of the above

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  • avatar Our editor's video of the day: The colorful, dancing lights of Alaska's aurora borealis shine in this stunning time-lapse.

    The skies illuminate in brilliant blues, greens, and violets in this film by Alexis Coram.

    The skies illuminate in brilliant blues, greens, and violets in this film by Alexis Coram.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Shauna Gejas says: I would live to see this.

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      Thomas Murphy says: Portland, Oregon. Driving north to work in the early am, thought my windshield was smeary with an oil sheen or something. I looked out the side glass and saw it was the for real northern lights! Never saw it again, it was beautiful.

      January 24th

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      Masupye Human says: #iwanttogoonceinlifetime

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      Lisa Barnard Uys says: Doug Skinner Beth Baker
      This is amazing and one of my biggest dreams in life is to see this with my own two eyes ð

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      Judith Zwart says: Myrthe Koopman :-)

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      Kavya Pani says: This has been on my wish list for quite some time now...one day I will make it here!!

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      Melanie Tissen says: Marije Bender en Remko Schuiling alaska dan????

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      Mariska Van Der Westhuizen says: Lisa Alexander. When are visiting Christine Urdal again ð

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      Natasje van Niekerk says: Willem Fritz & Nico Heydenrych - met jou nuwe kamera en lense kan jy dit dalk eendag afneem. Willem, hulle het by Nico ingebreek en sy kamera en lense gesteel. Dis soos om iemand se kinders te ontvoer - sonder ransom. Lekker Sondag, julle :)

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      Brooke Ellzey says: Amy Harris & Klyph Hall. Based on our discussion this evening.
      P.S. Gonna rock you all night.

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  • avatar "It is the ruin of a vanished world: the remote and beautiful site of a forgotten civilization—the 1,100-year-old capital of a once powerful empire," writes National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek of the Turkish city of Ani, which millions of Armenians once called home. #EdenWalk

    What happened to more than 1.5 million people? Most were killed, historians say. They were targeted for extermination. They were marched into waterless deserts at bayonet point. They were slaughtered.

    What happened to more than 1.5 million people? Most were killed, historians say. They were targeted for extermination. They were marched into waterless deserts at bayonet point. They were slaughtered.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Scott Dooley says: What about the American Indian that was the biggest genocide of all time went from millions to thousands

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      Mike Seal says: When Hitler planned the Holocaust and there was worry they couldn't get away with it, he is famous for saying "Who remembers the Armenians?"....the Jews don't acknowledge the Armenian genocide. Neither does America though they promise to every four years for votes.

      January 24th

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      Ammar Kurdi says: genocide is happening right now under our own eyes in Syria and nobody is doing anything, in fact, we are even helping Assad in his war! So please, for the love of God, stop being hypocrite and do something about the present so that my childeren will not see a documentary on NG about the Syrian genocide in the future.

      January 24th

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      Emrah Besci says: The one who searches for the truth, must create his or her opinion according to the reputable documents. So did I.

      First of all according to the documents the population of the Armenians in the whole Ottoman Empire was about 1,3 million at 1914. (http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosya:Proportions_des_populations_en_Asie_Mineure_statistique_officielle_d1914.png)

      The number of the deported Armenians were, 413.067 according to Ottoman Archive documents (http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ermeni_K%C4%B1r%C4%B1m%C4%B1#cite_note-55), 486.000 according to US State Department (http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dosya:US_State_Department_document_on_Armenian_Deporties_in_1916.jpg), 600.000 according to the ( Edward Aloysius Pace, 1922, The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine ... p. 57. ), 1.000.000 according to Arnold Toynbee but this value is so round that it seems as if it is a foresight.

      The number of the Turks killed by Armenians are 523,000 according to the Henham, Ralph J. The criminal law of genocide: international, comparative and contextual aspects (2007), Ashgate Publishing, much more number are referred in many references.

      No matter what the nunmbers or the causalities are, there is a fact that to many people died before, during and after the deportation.

      But it is a solid fact that too many Armenians and Turks were died, but also too many Turks were killed by Armenians guerrillas. You can confirm this in the memoirs of the Russian lieutenant colonel Tverdohlebov, in the speech of Lord Curzon, foreign minister of Great Britain in 11.03.1920 (Great Britain Foreign Ministry Archive, Number 05043 E 1714), in the documents that is in the France National Archive, Guerre Mondial, 1914-1918/Turquie/Vol. 890, Armenie-I (Août 1914-Décembre 1915).

      Turkey has opened its whole archives and also asked to open Dashnak and Hunchak archives. Also Turkey called Armenians to cooperate and search what really happened. But Armenian government refused it. This may be a clue in order to foresee what did happen in 1915.

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      Farnoosh Ghanbari says: didn't know national geographic is a propaganda machine:))

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      Ishkhan Adamyan says: To all Turks, Azeries and others, who still try to deny the fact of Armenian Genocide: one day, somebody will come to your home and will kill your families and friends. And the reason would be only your nationality or religious believes. As far as any crime is not recognised and not punished, it will repeat. Don't try to find any reason for that massacre, there are no excuses.
      I am Armenian and my both grandparents was survivors of Genocide. But I decided to keep my children far from this horror and teach them to be kind and honest to every human with no differentiation of their nationality or religious believes. But with all those haters and liars saw in comments I am not so sure that I am doing it right.

      January 24th

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      Kathleen Frank says: Hitler considered the Armenian genocide an example on how one could destroy an entire ethnic group and the world would forget about it. Recognizing the genocide won't change history, but it is a big step towards ammending peace.

      January 24th

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      Irena Rnic says: And sad thing is Turkey is still in complete denial about it.

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      Silva Ayvazian Bernotti says: I cried when I read these article my dead father was the only surviver of his big family eight of his brothers and sisters were killed by the turkish soldiers he always told us how his mother hid him under her dress he was the youngest of nine children seven years old still turkey refuses to acknowledge that was GENOCIDE anyway what goes around comes around there is GOD and KARMA

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      Chad Yoneda says: Thank you, Nat Geo ad Paul Salopek for this sad yet I believe necessary look at the horror and legacy of the genocide of the Armenian people during the final days of the dying Ottoman Turkish Empire.

      January 24th

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      Murat A Bozdag says: So full of false reporting without even going into archives and scratching the surface. How could be 700000 Armenians in the region became 1500000 that is the biggest wonder. How did Russian Empire used Armenians to arm and start running into villages of Kurdish towns and killing everyone, not one not two not three hundreds, with the false hope of a country promised by Russian Empire. Then comes the Bolshevik Revolution no one cares after that what happens, so Kurds starts attacking Armenian villages killing everyone, Ottoman Empire sends on the Army to stop the slaughter and move Armenians to East, and South. During that time according to Archives over a million Ottoman Turk was killed by so called Armenian-Russian co-ops dreaming opening to warm seas through Mediterranean as Russia was stuck up in the north cut by Europe and Ottoman Empire controlling the seas. What better option to make a move when the Sick Man of Europe already struggling use the Armenians for their cause with false hopes. Read history people learn the facts then start commenting with knowledge, no wonder what you make as comments are two sentences.

      January 24th

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      Artak Sarkissian says: 7-9 million Germans died during WW2, but its not a reason to say that Holocaust didn't take place.

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      Umut Cihan Kılınç says: More than 500 thousands Turks killed by Armenians between 1915-1920. In which genocide the side makes the "genocide" loses that much people? In Turkey people accept there was a tragedy for two sides. But it doesn't mean that it was a genocide.

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      Edlyn Kloefkorn says: I'm glad I missed this spot during my travels through Turkey. Turkey has such a rich and diverse culture. I am Roman Catholic and I only experienced a great respect about my differences from the Turkish people. The country is such a beautiful mosaic of blended religions and cultures. I only hope that people can learn from the past and look at the wonderful things that exist in the present. It is truly a wonderful country.

      January 24th

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      Lakshmi Sadagopan says: chennai, india has an armenian street, with a 450years old armenian church in it.

      January 24th

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      Lilit Galstyan says: April 24 this year marks the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide . And that is an undeniable fact. And those who believe in fictional propaganda , I recommend to learn the history ... the true history .

      January 24th

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      Joe Savoian says: Funny how every Turk has replied the same way. They all blame the victim. And now the victims are all dead and can't provide first hand accounts of atrocities that they witnessed.

      January 24th

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      Safa Tohme says: The turkish terrorism continues to kill more and more. Their genocides against armenians,syrians, ashouris, and many minorities are still happening up till now against Syrian people .Either by arming the terrorists the" Moderates"opposition, who killed and destroied Syria society, or bye providing a safe shelter to their melitary training.
      Turky, Eourope,US are all part of this war, and the victim is Syrian people.

      January 24th

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      Alex Milojkovic says: It's idiotic to call Ottoman empire multi cultural.

      January 24th

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      Nathan Elkins says: At least the Germans had the guts to admit that they committed mass genocide. Not the Turks though. Gutless.

      January 24th

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      Pınar Özcan says: Stopy lying..if it was a genocide then how come the old armenian schools continued education in Istanbul during the same period of time..do you see any jewish school left in germany during that jewish genocide??

      January 24th

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      Deniz Engin Engun says: There is no such a thing socalled ''armenian genocide''.During the ww1 armenians betrayed to their own country and killed hundreds of thousands of Turkish-Kurdish and etc... to get a land from Ottomans.And when they failed to do so in return they mostly deported.So As NG, we did not know that you were a propaganda issue for certain bogus stories.Check this out http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-fein/lies-damn-lies-and-armeni_b_211408.html or this http://www.ermenisorunu.gen.tr/english/massacres/index.html Besides that first of all you armenian bogus lovers need to to explain this http://www.khojaly.org.az/photos.html.And ı also need to to remind you that Ottoman archives are open to everyone who wants to research that subject while somehow Armenian one is restricted.

      January 24th

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      Maria Foundi says: Umut Cihan Kılınç ahahahaha you turks must decide clearly if you assume Ottomans empire history as integrated part of you history ..wich logically is a fact ....or if you want to behave as an outer space folk that appeared only in 1922! Genocides and i use plural because there r some more in the row commited by ottomans are a fact the problem is if you recognise then the point is not morality any more but of the kind: you can play if you may but one day you have to pay! Your governments dont preserve you delicate hearts but your economy! But any way the 1:3 argument of yours is indescent. Let it go boy!

      January 24th

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      Vartan P. Vartanian says: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenian_Genocide

      January 24th

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      Erhan Çetin says: Lets talk about America , which Indıans once called home .

      January 24th

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  • avatar An expert explains Zimbabwe's controversial—but legal—decision to export dozens of baby elephants, concerning conservationists across the globe.

    Why is it so hard to stop Zimbabwe's export of the endangered animal?

    Why is it so hard to stop Zimbabwe's export of the endangered animal?

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

    15285 likes 365 comments
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      Jennavieve Chalifoux says: Disgraceful. A tragedy in the making.

      January 24th

      99 people like this.

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      Dani Van Duong says: how awful for the elephants ð poor babies and poor mummas

      January 24th

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      Heather Ladd says: Forgive my language but this trading of wildlife is absolute bullshit and should be illegal EVERYWHERE.

      January 24th

      47 people like this.

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      Jan Cohen says: OMG, They are being sent into pure hell. Anything going to China, I just can't believe there isn't a way to stop this. Babies ripped from their families. Nothing but for greed... This is Horrific

      January 24th

      41 people like this.

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      Crista Benner says: if you think back...conservationist tryed to "help" the elephant by removing "forcesably" removing the older males from the herd. What ended up happening was the younger males had no elder males to keep thier behavior in check...the end results were bloody to say the least. The teenage male elephants attacked female elephants, smaller elephants and even tours...when the older male elephants were put back in the herd the behavior of the teenage elephants changed...the moral of the story...keep your friggin hands off of the elephants!

      January 24th

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      Dani Van Duong says: no animal belongs in a zoo. let them be free in their natural habitat where they belong, free and with their family.

      January 24th

      25 people like this.

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      Suzana Malik Lightman says: Not good. History books will be read with the future shaking their heads. So what can we do? A population that cares more about a Kardashian than an Elephant... You share the plight...the story ... But give the American on the couch an action item. Money will only do so much what else can be done ?

      January 24th

      16 people like this.

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      Catherine S Cox says: Very sad that this is legal. So many assholes, such selfish indifference.

      January 24th

      15 people like this.

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      Barbara Halstead says: Elephants are family creatures.....and to separate babies from their families has to be devastating for the little ones.....as well as their mothers.

      January 24th

      31 people like this.

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      Melanie Yates says: :( ! Humans can be sooooooo horrible!

      January 24th

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      Scott Jeffries says: I don't care if their country is broke & bankrupt ! Selling baby elephants & stealing them from their families is an abomination of all living things ! Heartless Bastards, let's steal your worthless kids & sell them !!!!!!

      January 24th

      12 people like this.

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      Lauren Jackson-Bradley says: This won't end well. We all know that elephants mourn loss in a very specific and heart sore way. It takes years of rehabilitation for calves that have lost/been removed from their mothers for them to overcome the trauma.

      January 24th

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      Vijaya Rossi says: Money is not everything...stop this cruel bussiness....let the elephants live their own life...when a human child taken from parents its a crime why not this apply to animals. Because they cant speak but it shouldn"t b this way. Please stop animal abuse.

      January 24th

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      Dayna Flores says: It could be stopped if everyone around the world boycotted zoos and circuses. Dollars speak louder than words.

      January 24th

      7 people like this.

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      Zarj Jon Balaoro says: The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
      - Mahatma Gandhi

      January 24th

      6 people like this.

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      Susie Gale says: Elephants are sentient beings...they need each other, they need their freedom and they need their natural habitat...that is their right!

      January 24th

      6 people like this.

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      Angelina Victoria says: BOO to every heartless ignorant person that is involved in making this possible.

      January 24th

      6 people like this.

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      Brittany Dryden says: Poor babies are going to be so stressed being taking away from their family

      January 24th

      6 people like this.

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      Melina Hall says: Just so wrong on countless levels... I despair at the evil of humans on this planet; just who do we think we are to do this? Harrowing...

      January 24th

      5 people like this.

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      Sandra Bray Liggett says: If nobody bought them, then there would not be this trade

      January 24th

      5 people like this.

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      April Rhoden says: This is so wrong. Those animals will be in terrible distress, just like a human mother and child separated from one another.

      January 24th

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      Riitta Culverwell says: To separate these babies from their families should be made a criminal offence ð¢

      January 24th

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      Deb Barmichael says: CHINA WANTS THEM FOR THE IVORY!! PEOPLE, STOP THIS! WRITE TO OUR SO CALLED LEADERS TO SOMEHOW STOP THIS!! we can send billions of $$$ to other countries for help, this should be one!! save a species!!

      January 24th

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      Garry Bolton says: Keep the elephants and 'remove' whoever made that decision!

      January 24th

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      Stephanie Barnett Chaney says: This is really sad! I don't understand why this is happening. First, why don't these people who needs elephants for their Zoo, breed elephants that are already in Zoos, instead of taking wild baby elephants. These elephants are already having problems without having their babies taken for Zoos. Before anyone knows what happens there will not be any elephant in the wild. Then what will the Zoos do then.

      January 24th

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  • avatar Since 1888, Hong Kong's Peak Tram has carried sightseers up to Victoria Peak—trekking 1,300 feet (396 meters) above sea level and at an angle of up to 27 degrees.

    Get your daily dose of outstanding travel photos. Today: Hong Kong's Peak Tram carries sightseers up to Victoria Peak, as it has since 1888.

    Get your daily dose of outstanding travel photos. Today: Hong Kong's Peak Tram carries sightseers up to Victoria Peak, as it has since 1888.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 24

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      Kitty Chan says: Now its just full of mainland chinese tourists. I havent been on one for ages

      January 24th

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      David W. King says: I rode this.

      January 24th

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      Tuang Intarapak says: Jida Chp Sirinun Bell

      January 24th

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      Matthijs Loontjens says: Max Harteveld

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      Sofiati Dian says: Sofie Minawati...

      January 24th

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      Delfien Schoonbaert says: Lisa Verhamme

      January 24th

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      Gordon Muir says: Alex Batts might apeal to you.

      January 24th

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      Kamar Arif says: Raphael Sachs Souvenirs ⦠Petite pensée pour vous en voyant cette photo. Bonne année à toute la famille. Bizz

      January 24th

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      Elisa Matteoni says: Gabriele, did it! ð

      January 24th

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      Sarah Ayah says: Arda Aras

      January 24th

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      Mathieu Haak says: Roland Grappig, is alleen redelijk duur en stond een wachtrij van zo'n 2,5 uur. Veel leuk is om met de bus omhoog te gaan en via de Old Peak Road naar beneden te lopen

      January 24th

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      Roland Haak says: Mathieu , deze las ik toevallig voordat je me net belde

      January 24th

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      Justine Vansynghel says: Delfien Schoonbaert ðð

      January 24th

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      Dajana Bartniczak says: Uuuu MikoÅaj :D

      January 24th

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      Mikołaj Krysik says: Dajana Bartniczak

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      Alex Mikel Ugarte says: Gemma Hilton

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      PaTricia Mikaela Gomez says: Tropic Ciport Maaa!! ðâ¤ï¸

      January 24th

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      Marie Gauthey says: Rémi Ch

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      Luke Privitelli says: Melissa Besford

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      Jaclyn Jarrett Macaulay says: Monica Johnston, have you done this?

      January 24th

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      Dawika Raksuttee says: Keep on saving!!!! Andrew Morell ððð

      January 24th

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      Maarten Van Der Pluijm says: Lotte Vos :)

      January 24th

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      Andrew Morell says: Dawika Raksuttee we should go to HK someday

      January 24th

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      Kari Guerrant Rasmussen says: My hubby and I rode on this Christmas Break 2013. Amazing time!!

      January 24th

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      Michael Catley says: Hannah MacPherson this'll be us someday

      January 24th

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  • avatar Thousands of small seabirds known as auklets are washing up on shores from California to Canada. Why are so many starving to death?

    In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds.

    In the storm debris littering a Washington State shoreline, Bonnie Wood saw something grisly: the mangled bodies of dozens of scraggly young seabirds.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

    7956 likes 459 comments
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      George Lumber Marduk says: Fukushima

      January 23rd

      97 people like this.

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      Bobbie John says: Has anyone considered Fukushima? Why hasn't media gone crazy yet over this?

      January 23rd

      71 people like this.

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      Jennifer Anderson says: I am so sick of reading that all the creatures on our planet are in peril due to humans. SICK OF IT!! Why don't we all just bend over and kiss our asses goodbye?!! I am so angry I feel like I'm going to explode...plastics, pesticides, warming waters, extinction, the list goes on and on. #humansareassholes

      January 24th

      31 people like this.

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      Santiago Rodríguez Ruiz says: Intense drought, causes less sediment and nutrients from thr continent to arrive at that shore for the phytoplankton and zooplankton to develop, affecting fisheries and ultimately birds don't find food and starve.

      January 23rd

      16 people like this.

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      Jessica Zern says: My guess would be plastic(s)

      January 23rd

      14 people like this.

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      Lawrence Henry Allen says: Because the human race is f#@ked up and cares more about money than the planet and the ecosystem ?

      January 24th

      12 people like this.

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      Grzesiek Osuch says: They don't want to live on this planet any more?

      January 23rd

      12 people like this.

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      Donna Goodwin says: Fukushima

      January 23rd

      10 people like this.

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      Brad Swasey says: Fukushima is f**king up the food chain but no one wants to admit it.

      January 24th

      9 people like this.

    • avatar

      Leslie Rockert says: Hmmm...west coast? Ya think Fukushima????

      January 23rd

      8 people like this.

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      Zody Ensor says: Fukushima radiation finally catching up with us. The current takes the radiated seawater straight to Californi.

      January 23rd

      17 people like this.

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      Elizabeth Dowling Horn says: Disease? Radiation? Plastic? Other garbage? Acid oceans with not enough od their diets? All of these caused by humans.

      January 24th

      7 people like this.

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      Hiram Holguin says: Fukushima radiation

      January 23rd

      7 people like this.

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      Shaun Kay says: Fukashima

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

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      Rebecca Purcell says: Ingesting plastic particles and/or Fukushima.

      January 24th

      5 people like this.

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      Patricia Bates says: http://www.globalresearch.ca/28-signs-that-the-west-coast-is-being-absolutely-fried-with-nuclear-radiation-from-fukushima/5355280

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Gerald Warrington says: Radiation from Japan?

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Jessica Zern says: Or radiation

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Denise Morrow says: My guess its nuclear fallout. So sad.

      January 24th

      4 people like this.

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      Jamie Hubert says: What is fukushima?

      January 24th

      4 people like this.

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      Jo Ellen Schoolfield says: The Japan nuclear plant after earthquake. ....pollution is now here in our waters...

      January 24th

      4 people like this.

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      Laura Hendricks says: Fukushima

      January 24th

      4 people like this.

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      Alan Paredes says: pesticides, plastics, petroleum pollution

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Ritchie Day says: Great work people! Systematically fucked up the earth. Now time to destroy the oceans. Winter is coming!

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Ray Buchmann says: Hmmm, I wonder... can we say fukushima?

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

  • avatar Friday Fact: The Earth is slightly pear-shaped.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

    7557 likes 276 comments
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      Emmalee Pearson says: Aren't we all?

      January 23rd

      135 people like this.

    • avatar

      Ottokoma Bonny says: once upon a time, the earth was flat, it then became round and this friday it is slightly pear shaped...okay

      January 23rd

      94 people like this.

    • avatar

      Brad Lafond says: You mean pears are slightly earth shaped right? Seeing that it did exist before the vegetation on it

      January 23rd

      36 people like this.

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      Ken Clements says: Hence why it's called mother earth

      January 23rd

      16 people like this.

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      Robert R. Sell says: So is your mom. Ohhh!!!

      January 23rd

      15 people like this.

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      John Morgan says: Aren't we all?

      January 23rd

      15 people like this.

    • avatar

      Bart van Beek says: No, pears are slightly Earth-shaped.

      January 24th

      14 people like this.

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      Tiffany Nguyen says: Shout out to all the pears

      January 23rd

      12 people like this.

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      Paul Maurice says: It's flat sorry

      January 23rd

      11 people like this.

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      Yvonne Christin says: It's actually not.

      January 23rd

      10 people like this.

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      Myrns Honjayo says: It's actually oblate spheroid ð

      January 23rd

      7 people like this.

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      Scott Reighard says: Well it is pretty old... It was bound to happen eventually.

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

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      Jamil Dewsi says: Alina I thought it said "bear-shaped"

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

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      Ernest S. B. Boston says: Good, it must mean I am on the right planet because I am pear shaped too.

      January 24th

      5 people like this.

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      Celia Escalante says: +HR+ LOL. You either know the measurements or not. Don't give me "slightly pear-shaped." Are you going to say that a pear is "slightly Earth-shaped?"

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Nick Caldwell says: Nope. It's flat. Wake up people!

      www.theflatearthsociety.org

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Karl Crossland says: So is a pear!

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Peter Feng says: But I was always taught in school that earth is sphere shapedð

      January 24th

      4 people like this.

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      Trey McLamb says: So am I.

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Ken Flippo says: This makes a whole lot of humans feel better... I feel more in touch with Mother Earth.

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Zain Ul Abideen says: islam told us abt this about 1450 years ago

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Rob Swierczek says: So is your mother

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Rick Von Stick says: No its not its flat

      January 24th

      3 people like this.

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      Vince Hamilton says: Fat bottom girls by the band Queen, just popped in my mind.

      January 23rd

      3 people like this.

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      Rena Sweeney says: Just like me!!!

      January 23rd

      3 people like this.

  • avatar Set to zoom past Earth on Monday, find out how to spot a rare, mountain-sized asteroid—the largest we'll see this close to our planet for another two decades.

    NASA says there is no risk of collision, but it will be a rare astronomically close encounter that backyard telescope owners can watch.

    NASA says there is no risk of collision, but it will be a rare astronomically close encounter that backyard telescope owners can watch.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

    33222 likes 500 comments
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      Kelly Bossart says: If it were going to hit Earth, NASA would not announce it!

      January 23rd

      98 people like this.

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      Ross Collins says: Put Bruce Willis on standby!

      January 24th

      55 people like this.

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      Rastas Magoo says: Humans have probably done way more damage to the Earth.... if this hit us... maybe it is mother natures way of paying us all back.

      January 23rd

      20 people like this.

    • avatar

      Elaine Winters Thyner says: Dang stuff like this makes you stop and think.

      January 23rd

      38 people like this.

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      Dayan Ungureanu says: "Monday, January 26, will be the closest asteroid 2004 BL86 will get to Earth for at least the next 200 years," ...thats not two decades ;)

      January 23rd

      12 people like this.

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      Patrick Stafford says: We should practice blowing it up, that way when one does have our number on it we can take it out!

      January 23rd

      10 people like this.

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      Timmy Brookings says: Remember what happened to the dinosaurs ð

      January 24th

      8 people like this.

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      Travon Harper says: If the white house is empty on monday we got a problem lol.

      January 24th

      8 people like this.

    • avatar

      Nate Kaczynski says: And carrying with it...smaller mountain sized asteroids that are due to hit Earth on Tuesday. #Cloudywithachanceofmeatballs

      January 24th

      6 people like this.

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      Linda Shamoel says: Wow !! Hope doesn't make any damages to our planet !!!

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Ronald Davis says: I'll wait till Tuesday to pay my bills.

      22 hours ago

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      Maria Theresa Fernandez-feolino says: i know that God will always protect us and He will always take care of us, :) because He loved us <3 ^_^

      January 24th

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      Ryan Broadley Driscoll says: Nettie Noness

      4 hours ago

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      Gerardo Soria says: Man of steel who handle that:-D:-D

      5 hours ago

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      Vishal Panwar says: While there have been many asteroids that have barnstormed Earth much closer, this will be the largest one to come that close until 2027, when a slightly smaller asteroid, 1999 AN10, may come closer to Earth than the moon. What makes Monday's flyby most unusual is that it will be bright enough for small backyard telescopes to glimpse as it sweeps past our planet.

      14 hours ago

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      Lien Balais says: Mao Bah Kaha :D walay telescope. nganga. stiff neck dayun. xD

      January 24th

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      Máire Ní Chonghaile says: Cormac

      January 24th

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      Waheed Quraishi says: every thing on space and earth belongs to GOD who created the whole universe and world GOD is the only one who can control who can manage the universe, sky, space and finally the world, these are all god's creation no one can change anything on this creation, a simple example for those who are not aware of god and next world, there are many planes that fly around the world many cars many computers and everything else that human being invent them for example where does the plane came from? answer the human being made it. now think that who has created this world and universe there is probably God.

      January 24th

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      Mike Duffy says: There will be another one

      January 24th

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      Terry Baker says: "the largest we'll see this close to our planet for another two decades," perhaps.

      January 23rd

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      Xavier Spilot says: Michele Franceschi

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      Mary Cain Tripod says: Greg Stauffer

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      Jodee Bruce says: Brianne Parton

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      Cory Wright says: Even if this asteroid hit earth it would do minimum damage. It would have to be substantially larger for it to have a global effect. But I'm sure one this size could be a city killer.

      January 23rd

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      Tyler Jake says: Danny Danny Tapp

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  • avatar Go back in time with National Geographic as we celebrate our 100th anniversary of mapping—and discover the fascinating ways our cartographers have not only documented, but also made history.

    Since 1915, National Geographic cartographers have charted earth, seas, and skies in maps capable of evoking dreams.

    Since 1915, National Geographic cartographers have charted earth, seas, and skies in maps capable of evoking dreams.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

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      Olivia Mercado says: Thanks for the hard work and for putting them up here to know what a wonderful planet we live in. Let us keep this as beautiful as it is and conserve it. Thank u guys.

      January 23rd

      24 people like this.

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      Charlotte Bennett Tressler says: Thanks to cell phones and in-car navigation systems, no one under the age of 30 knows how to read a map anymore. What a shame.

      January 23rd

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      Morag Macdonald says: Dave x

      January 24th

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      David Howey says: Jill Jill Birt you might be interested in this...

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      Lisa Slager says: Taylor Newson

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      Gill Ratcliffe says: Simon Court

      January 24th

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      Lisset Cadena Rosiles says: Stephanie Flores that hair!

      January 24th

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      John Koshak says: Love those maps!

      January 23rd

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      Susan Walsh Callis says: Open the link - there's so much more! :)

      January 23rd

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      Edward Thatch says: Cool

      January 23rd

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    • avatar

      West Jeezee says: the kiwanis celebrate the same birthday

      2 hours ago

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      Sam Isatlacc says: BTW, your maps - and I read every last note and inscription on them for ab. 20 years growing up - taught me more about this world than every class I ever took just shy of my senior year in college. Too bad y'all never did an article on Statistics math (WITH map); would've been nice. :) Luv yous; when I have kids they'll read you too.

      16 hours ago

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      Nha H Nicholson says: I love how people dressed back in the day. They looked nice and neat. I think we look like slobs now.

      17 hours ago

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      Sam Isatlacc says: Whatever happened to Iskandar Baday? His name was always on the in-text maps and the inserts to each issue. I came to trust his name.

      17 hours ago

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      David Rhodes says: Thank you. And thank you for the next 100 years.

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      Bonnita Goulding says: Always loved the maps in national geographic

      January 24th

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      Shelly Vinson says: That's sad

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      Pedro Carlos Servin Recalde says: Why You NEVER publish something about Genographic ?

      January 24th

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      Jolene Berlin says: I love maps...

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      Cara O'leary says: Rowan David!!! got ur name all over it..

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      January 24th

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      Yvonne Rodriguez says: Map dudes fascinate me, oh yes they do. âððððð

      January 24th

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      Chudamani Akavaram says: Congratulations

      January 24th

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      Allison Kephart Drapeau says: Cartographers R.O.C.K.!!!

      January 24th

  • avatar Photo of the Day: Indigenous groups danced and made offerings during a patronage festival at Mexico's historic Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel, captured by #YourShot member Alex Visbal. #photography

    Festival dancers perform in the main square of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Festival dancers perform in the main square of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in this National Geographic Photo of the Day from our Your Shot community.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

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      Jonathan Figueiredo Santos says: http://instagram.com/p/yDBsk7FpzA/?modal=true

      January 23rd

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      Juluis Pinca Maatubang says: I aam working with indigenoue peoples and I find this amazing! Thanks NatGeo!

      January 23rd

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      Claus Vazquez says: Que orgullo ver a mi ciudad en National Geographic !! Mi amor Ernesto Ugalde Valdez !! Aquí vamos a vivir primero Dios !!
      Kro Vazquez !!

      January 23rd

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      Len Paul says: here in philippines thats september 29-30

      January 23rd

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      Mike Simon says: May MedCab Carol Chezsan Toriavic

      January 23rd

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      Karla Robledo says: Maria Del Rosario Montalvo Peña

      January 23rd

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      Niki Sexton says: Nat Geo! Thank you for promoting our new little one on your instagram yesterday.. Hes getting so much love and attention from everyone now and enjoying his new life more than ever. Love you guys always! @luketailwagger <3

      January 23rd

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      Laurence Carrié says: Je suis tombée amoureuse de cette ville...j'y serais restée y vivre... <3

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      KarLa Padilla says: Mexico is an amazing place, full of history and traditions. The only thing I dislike about my country is the government. But other than that, I am extremely proud of our heritage and being mexican <3

      January 23rd

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      Andres Sanchez says: Jazmin Rodriguez honey moon bb!!!

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      Laurencia Mu says: Martin Cr

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      Charbel Sakr says: Amy Monsour Mexico is so beautiful if u like historic places. I love these ancient buildings

      January 23rd

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      Amy Monsour says: Charbel Sakr

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      Lis Reynoso says: Yup ! The great days! Pablo Reynoso )':

      January 23rd

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      Pablo Reynoso says: Lis Reynoso Leticia Reynoso
      Remember seeing this kind of stuff in palmar chico?? The days.

      January 23rd

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      Erycka Walton says: I know it was like heaven to dance to GOD IS AMAZING

      January 23rd

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      Janis Garais says: i wanna be there right now!

      January 23rd

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      Jose Hernandez says: emosas tradisiones de nuestros atepasados mi ermoso mexico

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      ChuMber RaVi says: Ok

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      Kirk Fleming says: A underappreciated country with many amazing festivals and many more pyramids than Egypt.

      January 24th

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      Ruby Loredo Valdez says: â¤ï¸ðððð

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      Miguel Carrillo says: I like

      January 24th

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      Sabrina Langlois says: Marisol Camacho Camacho

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      Thomas James says: good

      January 24th

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      Ricardo Rangel says: Quien mas es de Guanajuato!!!

      January 24th

  • avatar Our editor's video of the day: Fewer than three dozen Gobi bears remain in the Gobi Desert, a harsh landscape that stretches from Mongolia into China.

    Journalist and wildlife biologist Douglas Chadwick describes the efforts under way to save the bears - likely the closest link to brown bears' distant ancestors - in cooperation with Mongolia's scientists, rangers, and government.

    Journalist and wildlife biologist Douglas Chadwick describes the efforts under way to save the bears - likely the closest link to brown bears' distant ancestors - in cooperation with Mongolia's scientists, rangers, and government.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

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      Hircin Ozata says: predation and sale of gaul bladder for asian medicine...another disgrace of Human nature. Cant keep consuming like this and not expect the World to become as baron as the desert.

      January 23rd

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      Imaduddin Harun says: Please save them

      January 23rd

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      Linda Tang-Sy says: How come pandas are so important but Gobi bears aren't !!!?? All animals deserve to be saved and protected!! Stop this crazy human race for driving all these innocent and beautiful animals extinct. Stop reproducing so much!!! Can't afford kids, don't have them!!!

      January 23rd

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      Lauren Alex says: Humans are pitiful

      January 23rd

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      Varant Margossian says: save them , they have to live in peace

      January 23rd

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      MaryAnn Delacono says: This is a very sick and skinny looking bear. They sure do need help to survive !!

      January 23rd

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      Jenny Estrella says: What a beautiful animal and what a wondrous place. Always amazed at this wonderful world we live in. Thank you for attempting to preserve what's left.

      January 23rd

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      Nike Attawell says: What a sad reality. And I've never heard of these creatures!? How come?

      January 23rd

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      Quang Trọng says: Please save them

      January 23rd

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      See Heng Ngian says: Please save and protect Gobi desert bears.They also have a right to live a normal lives like us.Less than 3 dozens bear is very sad because they are living the harshest and tough lives in Gobi desert where food and water is very scarce.Give them some meat and put a big tub fill with water to ease their suffering.Be kind and Happiness shall always shine for you.I only hope China's citizens will help their hungry thirsty bears.Thank You CHINA!!!

      January 23rd

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      Wendall Broadwater says: Thank you for what you are doing to save these bears.

      January 23rd

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      Andrew Delfin says: They should reserve some tissues of those endangered animals so that they can use it for de-extinction purposes. Some extinct animals can be brought back through de-extinction technology. There was an Australian frog species that became extinct in 1981 but brought back in 2013 through de-extinction technology.

      January 23rd

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      Ethan Nino says: Care, for the rare bear.

      January 24th

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      Son Dao says: This is what National Geographic should be like, this is why I follow you guys and please, help the bears.

      January 23rd

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      Anand Arivukkarasu says: http://instagram.com/p/yM9t_xiYPr/

      January 23rd

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      Trixie Joven says: Please save the Gobi bears!

      January 23rd

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      David Mulholland says: First time I've ever heard of this type of bear. Fantastic animal

      January 23rd

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      Elyse McDaniel says: Nothing like starting my Friday off to this depressing stuff.

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      Natalia Ratilainen says: lovely

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      Joyce Mccombie says: Now one doesn't see Gobi Bears on the WWF advertisments : Sad eh !!!

      January 23rd

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      Saml Snchz says: Omg! So sad ð

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      Trish Marshall says: Very cool and brilliant the people trying to save these beautiful creatures, hope it works out

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      Jola Andrukajtis says: :-(

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      Anjini Murthen says: So sad

      January 24th

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      Harry Jones says: Scotty Regan

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  • avatar Early human ancestors may have used tools more than three million years ago—roughly 500,000 years earlier than the oldest stone tools yet discovered.

    The bones were “consistent with forceful opposition of the thumb and fingers typically adopted during tool use.”

    The bones were “consistent with forceful opposition of the thumb and fingers typically adopted during tool use.”

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

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      Stephen Walsh says: In thousands of years scholars will research the past and discover Windows Vista and wondered what the hell we used it for?

      January 23rd

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      Shaun Sonderegger says: No matter the headline, this is same story of the development of information and education from a time when we don't have physical record evidence of exact knowledge and precise dating. Science and its refinement is such a beautiful thing. Thank you to all the minds that keep pursuing and plucking away at the development of intelligence, knowledge and its refinement wether it be delving into our own past or in search of ours and others future.
      Yay science

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: I find it disturbingly sad the influence religion has when science has proven so much of it false, if you don't believe in the scientific method or scientific theory, why are you using the fruits of it's labors. , ie. your computer. Do you think "god" created your iPhone?

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: Why would religion be brought into this at all? Stupid. Islam, Christianity and the Egyptian religions it was based upon only go a few thousand years. Despite archaeological evidence it could be assumed our ancestors used tools for much longer than three million years, as sea otters, capuchin monkeys, several species of bird etc, use tools in modern use

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: I believe God created the Earth from an onion and humans from cat toys, behold! The truth and the light

      January 23rd

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      Arik Karr says: Allah isn't real

      January 23rd

      11 people like this.

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      Arik Karr says: Faith is the adult word for make belief. Faith in Santa.

      January 23rd

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      Lois Davies says: Are we meant to be surprised by the intelligence of our ancestors ?

      January 23rd

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      Tom Himes says: They probably drove Fords back then. Takes lots of tools to keep them running.

      January 23rd

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      Arik Karr says: The number one determining factor for religion is geography. You retards don't seem to get it. So If you are born in Pakistan you have a high chance of Muslim. India you most likely end up Hindu

      January 23rd

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      Joshua Curley says: Lost my tools years ago, did you guys find my screw driver

      January 23rd

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      Tommie Perry says: I just found this page, as it was recommended to me in my news feed. I thought, "well, that's cool, I like educating myself." However; I am unliking the page. It is filled with pampas, asses. I have never seen such a collection of butt-holes in one place. People are allowed to have different beliefs and opinions. Far too many sophomoric, keyboard cowards.

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: Iwank, you are an ape, your ancestors are apes, every human is an ape. Regardless of your distorted, ignorant beliefs

      January 23rd

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      Bruce Denniston says: Paleontology will continue to be rewritten as new dicoveries are made. It would be a pity if it weren't since that would mean there is nothing new to learn.

      January 23rd

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      Ted Stein says: Lol I just came here to read the religious people's responses.

      January 24th

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      Travieso Excalibur Rex says: That's not what the bible says so this information is clearly inaccurate and disproven.

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: It just scares me that I'm from a country where only 40% of it's inhabitants believe in evolution! such a detriment to our chances at scientific or cultural advancements

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: Fidel, you have no idea what you're talking about. Even if I were to agree with these "missing links", religion is full of gaping holes, there's absolutely nothing to substantiate anything in the Bible. Nothing. It's word of mouth, God isn't real. If I said you're mother was a goat, disprove it, you can't, what evidence do you have? I said it, it must be true

      January 23rd

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      Arik Karr says: Zeus isn't real

      January 23rd

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      Arik Karr says: Easter bunny isn't real

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: I don't understand how people with no interest in facts, logic or reality would subscribe to Nat Geo articles...go read Goosebumps ya fuckin goofs

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: None of you have any idea what Jesus thought because other people wrote the stories about him, I could quote Jesus and be as accurate as anything in the Bible

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: I've seen both, God and Darwin, we ate acid together and made macaroni pictures

      January 23rd

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      Duncan Ira Berg says: No, of course evolution has no basis at all, whereas the Bible was written thousands of years ago by uneducated socialites, translated, re-translated, reinterpreted and translated again, now that, that holds Truth

      January 23rd

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      Alexander Theodossiadis says: ⢠Interesting but not truly relevant to the present day climate . We evolved and became the dominant species of the planet. Because we were able to hunt walk on two legs and communicate better than the rest of the other carnivores. Meat flesh diet allowed us to have a larger brain development not just acting from instinct but from gained experience kowledge put to use.

      January 23rd

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  • avatar To deter predators, this tiny bird has the ability to masquerade as a toxic caterpillar. Watch the cover-up in action—and learn about other animal disguises.

    In nature, it doesn't always pay to be yourself. In fact, pretending to be something you're not can keep you alive. Take the cinereous mourner (Laniocera hypopyrra), a bird that lives in the Amazon rain forest.

    In nature, it doesn't always pay to be yourself. In fact, pretending to be something you're not can keep you alive. Take the cinereous mourner (Laniocera hypopyrra), a bird that lives in the Amazon rain forest.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

    12122 likes 91 comments
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      Victor Dsouza says: Truly amazing!

      January 23rd

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      Madison Leigh Dunigan says: THAT IS SOOO COOL!

      January 23rd

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      Dan Mooney says: Andy Exertion Crossley

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      Kelli Shrader says: Kelly Fleming Shrader I love this baby birds camouflage. He's so fuzzy and sweet

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      Paul Jones says: What's amazing is that the behavior wasn't learned, it's entirely generic instinct.

      January 24th

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      Skip Limpy says: El Gaitero Solitario

      January 23rd

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      Greg Wohler says: Jessica Amazing!

      January 23rd

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      Daniel Cheveyo says: She's a poisonous caterpillar until she has an itch, then she turns back into a baby bird. Lol

      January 23rd

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      James Van Hellenberg Hubar says: Poop scoop was leuk

      January 23rd

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      Shannon Duhamel says: that is pretty amazing

      57 minutes ago

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      Rebecca Hurley Ladner says: Awww... amazing Cherry Ladner

      23 hours ago

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      Elias Khairallah says: Bibzee Abibi Jouni Connery

      January 24th

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      Linda Leitner Koones says: So cautious!

      January 24th

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      Cynthia McCoy says: So cool

      January 24th

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      Renuka Lutchminarayan says: Kirtanya Lutch

      January 24th

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      Jun Mark Baqueriza says: nothing new

      January 24th

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      Ulvi Asbachoda says: I think I can learn from this amazing bird.. hh

      January 24th

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      Amber Chaffee says: That's beautiful

      January 24th

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      Job Bitoon says: :D

      January 24th

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      Sam De La Paz says: So cool

      January 23rd

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      Eli Albino says: Wow ,

      January 23rd

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      Silas Taylor Sfg says: That is crazy.

      January 23rd

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      Sandi Durow says: Nature is so awesome. It's amazing how patient the Mama and baby are when feeding and so quiet, too.

      January 23rd

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      Joyce Jo-Mama Carlton says: This is so cool, thank you for sharing.

      January 23rd

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      Tina Pen says: That's pretty cool

      January 23rd

  • avatar A third of all food produced on our planet never reaches a table—wasting nearly $1 trillion annually and generating billions of tons of climate-warming greenhouse gases.

    Producing the food we throw away generates more greenhouse gases than most entire countries do.

    Producing the food we throw away generates more greenhouse gases than most entire countries do.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 23

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      Beck Benson says: And yet there are millions starving! Where are the western worlds priorities... hmmm

      January 23rd

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      Germana Cavalcante says: Reducing - ending - water waste, energy waste and food waste could simply save the planet, that's obvious. How to do that?

      January 23rd

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      Stephanie Orem says: The U.S. could feed 800 million people if the food it were growing weren't majority going to feed animals instead of people. Animal farming is THE biggest consumer of crops grown, one of the largest contributors to water pollution and waste, air pollution, energy waste, land stripping including deforestation. Imagine if we could feed PEOPLE instead of using up valuable land and water for those bacon strips and steaks no one seems to want to give up. We simply can not have it both ways.

      January 23rd

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      Mel A. Deaux says: I love how the headlining priority of this article isnt that the wasted fod could solve world hunger....naw its about "climate change."

      January 23rd

      9 people like this.

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      Uriah Toledo says: I don't waste food. My dad would always say "You know, kids are starving across the world, so EAT YOUR FOOD!"

      January 23rd

      8 people like this.

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      John Morris says: Stop making us feel guilty, just show us interesting things. Stop trying to be a moral crusader.

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

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      Christopher Krajewski says: Or, how reducing food waste could ease human starvation.

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

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      Ray Buchmann says: Oh brother, let's tow that Obama line some more

      January 23rd

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      Liam O'Callaghan says: The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists just moved their famous doomsday clock two minutes closer to midnight, mostly due to climate change. But what do they know they're just scientists?

      January 23rd

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      Andray Bông Bông says: Tell that to America.
      Asian like us, we made, we cook, we eat, and we save... always enough.

      January 23rd

      4 people like this.

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      Kavya Pani says: #NationalGeographic Yes, climate change is an important topic, but what about STARVATION. 805 million people go to bed hungry. We should get our priorities right.
      World hunger is everyone's responsibility. We have to make a concerted effort to reduce food waste and we need to begin at grassroots level.

      January 23rd

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      Aaron Wigley says: It's all about the $$$! We all know that !

      January 23rd

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      Susanna Kushman Sinigaglia says: It's really shocking that food surplus in wealthy countries is not getting to all the starving people in the world.

      January 23rd

      3 people like this.

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      Gustavo Ramirez says: The world is a damn shame

      January 23rd

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      Debbie Carlson says: OMG! Get off the climate change , after harvest, fields are plowed and everything tilded back into the earth it puts the nutrient back into the soil ,,,decay is a natural process...BS .....Now the farmers will be targeted and the EPA will make it harder to grow crops....you can;t eat dirt!

      January 23rd

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      Vaida Vaidulencija says: www.whyveganism.com

      January 23rd

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      Frans Beij says: The biggest waste is the feeding of vegetables to animals with the purpose of eating the animals. We lose unimaginable quantities of proteins, that are turned into manure, which is polluting soil, water and air. Methane coming from animals in the meat industry is one of the biggest causes of climate change.

      January 23rd

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      Jorge Gmv says: Stephi Andrea, Pedro Zaragoza Gasca, Daniel Gallagher- sounds familiar? Miss u guys!

      January 23rd

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      Lindy Kloepfer says: According to the biotech industry there isn't enough food to feed the world, yet we're throwing away a trillion dollar's worth of food a year? I thought we needed GMOs in order to feed starving people and save the world? Haha. What a joke. Destroying the world one GMO crop at a time in the name of "sustainability".

      January 23rd

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      Jonathan Hogue says: Very sad when you add in the daily waste from every restaurant in every town city state and country. How many are going hungry right now!

      January 23rd

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      Karen Trujillo says: I don't agree about this causing climate change. I do get irate about food waste in our country w/ individuals & otherwise.

      January 23rd

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      Andy Barber says: Then change it

      January 23rd

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      John Lawrence Plando says: Totally agree

      January 23rd

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      Greg Jordan says: What climate change?
      Big fat liers!
      Stop the lies!
      National goofballs! Really???

      January 24th

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      Philip Ellis says: An article for you Miss Maia Reed

      January 23rd

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  • avatar Due to Asian demand for their horns, more than 1,200 rhinos were illegally killed in South Africa—home to the overwhelming majority of the animal—last year alone.

    The poaching rate for South Africa's rhinos, about 6 percent of the country's population each year, is equal to the birth rate there.

    The poaching rate for South Africa's rhinos, about 6 percent of the country's population each year, is equal to the birth rate there.

    Posted By National Geographic

    January 22

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      Paige Hanson says: Hey guys, lets go poacher hunting I hear there is an overabundance.

      January 22nd

      333 people like this.

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      Jason Ward says: Poach the fucking poachers.

      January 22nd

      285 people like this.

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      Linda Doucett says: death penalty for poaching.... I am serious

      January 22nd

      51 people like this.

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      Connie Jenkins says: Every low-life poacher and their repulsive customers put together are not anywhere near as worthy and decent and valuable as even one rhino!

      January 22nd

      46 people like this.

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      Atrifary J Mangopo Peterson says: National Geographic: I would expect you to be more careful with your wording because when you use a panethnic category like "Asian" you are implicating people from many different regions that have no connection to the illegal rhino horn trade. As you can see from many of disparaging comments here, you are allowing people to reinforce their racist attitudes toward whichever cultural group they associate with "Asian" - regardless of whether or not that group actually contributes to the demand for these products of poaching.

      January 22nd

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      Luis Garcia says: Smh. No one needs rhino parts, EXCEPT A RHINO!!!!!

      January 22nd

      35 people like this.

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      Tammy Logan says: Someone is paying poachers big bucks, its those people who need to be severely punished.

      January 22nd

      33 people like this.

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      Alan M.Brown says: We need to find a way to end the mindless demand for something that is basically the same as hair and fingernails. Why do these idiots in the Asian countries think they have any medicinal properties.

      January 22nd

      22 people like this.

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      Matt Zaya says: If demand starts from Asia , solution to poaching starts there.

      January 22nd

      20 people like this.

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      Carlos Oliveros says: Asia really needs to get it's tastes under control. Rhinos, tigers, sharks, elephants, they are all dying out because of ridiculous traditional tastes for products made from these animals.

      January 23rd

      16 people like this.

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      Neo Deinla says: Animals are savage? Think again. Humans are the cancer of the earth.

      January 22nd

      13 people like this.

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      Robin Ortease says: Kill the poachers, hire a sniper ð« ignorant idiot killers of animals should be shot!!!

      January 23rd

      10 people like this.

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      Scott Timmermans says: Everyone/every country should stop doing business with these Asian counties.

      January 22nd

      10 people like this.

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      Leslie Rossi says: Not the poachers, need to target to countries that are demanding the ivory like China, Vietnam, Cambodia etc. education and prosecutions are necessary.

      January 22nd

      8 people like this.

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      Felix Bagon says: we are prolife philippines...we protect and treasure lives of endangered species...not all asian does barbaric acts...

      January 23rd

      7 people like this.

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      Jp Auditor says: Kill the poachers and buyers! use their bones as fertilizer or something...

      January 23rd

      7 people like this.

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      Kimberly Martin Parish says: This is seriously f@$ked up. Do they actually think eating rhino horns will give them a bigger penis? Anybody caught poaching or purchasing any products should be put to death. No mercy to these scum bags.

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Felix Bagon says: i am a filipino and my goverment is having a very strong animal welfare acts so we jailed people catching endangered species...not all asian does a barbaric acts...

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Lillian Toberer says: Seems to me the real problem is the Asians and their superstitious belief that rhino horn can cure anything. Also Asians are the ones fueling the elephant poaching. Just saying...

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Paul Blouin says: Damn Chinese!

      January 23rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Jo Bruneau says: Dawm we do war for stupid reasons like oil but never to protect our home planet.

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Mohammed Bilal Khasim says: As long there is market for exotic animal products poachers will continue to hunt this precious animals.
      Best way to stop this is to educate masses not to buy animal products like leather,ivory jewelry and fur.
      In a place where I live people come from far to dine in a motel that sells dishes made of exotic animal meat like peacock,deer,wild foul and many more and people don't do anything about it.
      Even wild life protection guards eat there,I think they are the ones who supply them animals,the problem is when protectors of this animals themselves kill them.ð

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Sharron Morgan says: We will soon see on the news one of the saddest headlines - the rhino has now been declared an extinct species because of the greed and ignorance of mankind.

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Cherie Hibbs says: Stop Asian imports!!!!!!!

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Sharad Tiwari says: For the poachers there should not be any mercy or trial, shoot them point blank and hang their bodies in various places of the park as a warning.

      January 23rd

      5 people like this.

  • avatar #PringlesTortillas? Score!

    #PringlesTortillas? Score!

    Posted By Pringles

    January 24

    100 likes 3 comments
    • avatar

      Gianna Rivecco says: Original

      January 24th

    • avatar

      Carla Burgbacher says: Yumm!

      January 24th

    • avatar

      Erin Mitchell says: Cinnamon sugar ones FTW!

      January 24th

  • avatar You don’t just eat ’em. You get all fancy with ’em.

    Posted By Pringles

    January 23

    82 likes 9 comments
    • avatar

      Layla Martiinez says: my favorite chips!

      January 23rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Matt Smith says: No, I just eat them :)

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      William Malernee says: Believe it or not, mix up some tuna and mayo like you would a sandwhich but use the tuna as a dip for pringles, Amazing. The saltiness of the pringle and chip flavor really tops it off. Or use pickle flovor pringles, perfection

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Flores Oscar says: Like a sir (picks up pinky)

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Samantha Hunt says: <3 Pringles

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Allison Tom Harshnine says: Actually I don't get fancy I smash on them until there gone.

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Joe Gutierrez says: Kayla Gutierrez that explains alot

      January 23rd

    • avatar

      Ivan Nazzari says: I buy them and then put them in the pantry then I grab them do 2 flips in the air get naked throw them at a kids face and star running screaming TASTE THE RAINBOW... Ahhhh got to love m&m's

      January 23rd

  • avatar Winter Stealth. He has it. #SnowballFight

    Winter Stealth. He has it. #SnowballFight

    Posted By Pringles

    January 13

    126 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Torrey Partte says: I want some pringles right now!

      January 14th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Andrew Mtc says: What happened to guacamole Pringles!

      January 14th

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      January 24th

  • avatar Trophy time. What? There’s another one?

    Trophy time. What? There’s another one?

    Posted By Pringles

    January 12

    71 likes 1 comment
    • avatar

      Kasheena Renee Hooks Hollis says: These are my FAVORITE ð

      January 21st

  • avatar Best newcomer goes to … #PringlesTortillas NEW Zesty Salsa.

    Best newcomer goes to … #PringlesTortillas NEW Zesty Salsa.

    Posted By Pringles

    January 11

    105 likes 2 comments
    • avatar

      Sally Toms Pomerantz says: GREST!

      January 21st

    • avatar

      Ed Gabree says: My salsa. My salsa salsa salsa salsa. Im the lead singer of my band .....

      January 11th

  • avatar You snowflake ’em. #PringlesStix

    You snowflake ’em. #PringlesStix

    Posted By Pringles

    January 09

    118 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Drina Phil says: You guys are the only chip company that doesn't sell air

      January 10th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Pearl Jeffery says: If you coated them in choclate they be just like pocky but i still enjoy then both so very much sugarcookie stix is my favorite ......

      January 17th

    • avatar

      Britney Smart says: #MarchAgainstMonsanto

      January 9th

  • avatar “This year I’m going to use my time wisely.” #PringlesTortillas
    #NewYearsResolutions

    “This year I’m going to use my time wisely.” #PringlesTortillas
#NewYearsResolutions

    Posted By Pringles

    January 01

    238 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Scott Garner says: So dang tired of buying Pringles. Done with y'all's crap. No seasoning. Every container is this way suppose too be BBQ. Every chip not even 1/4 covered. Y'all hurting that bad for money?

      January 4th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Grace Heupel says: I love your chips! :D

      January 8th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Sally Toms Pomerantz says: These are the greatest Tortillas ever. When will you come out with a taste of lime?

      January 21st

    • avatar

      Kyle Whuu says: pringles your chips are awesome but, would you guys consider trying to cover the entire chip with flavoring and not half or less?

      January 2nd

  • avatar Almost midnight. Pucker up!
    #HappyNewYear2015!

    Almost midnight. Pucker up!
#HappyNewYear2015!

    Posted By Pringles

    January 01

    199 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Kayla Elizabeth Jones says: Emily Cox ,ððð

      January 1st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Andy Mees says: I smoke marijuana

      January 1st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Cody Dawn says: ugly

      January 1st

  • avatar Football bowls, salsa bowls – it’s bowl mania! #PringlesTortillas are all over it.

    Football bowls, salsa bowls – it’s bowl mania! #PringlesTortillas are all over it.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 27

    160 likes 4 comments
    • avatar

      Kaitlin Lee says: I wanna make that lol haha :D

      December 28th

    • avatar

      Kalista Hill says: COOL! ð

      December 28th

  • avatar Kick back big guy. You deserve it.

    Kick back big guy. You deserve it.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 26

    187 likes 3 comments
    • avatar

      Alex Queen says:

      December 31st

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Derek Harper says: What about the reindeer and the elves?

      December 26th

    • avatar

      Jinny Winfield says: http://csl.ink/ins

      December 30th

  • avatar #HolidayCheer champion 2014.

    #HolidayCheer champion 2014.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 25

    242 likes 1 comment
    • avatar

      Bryce Diven says: Oh yeeaaahh!

      December 26th

  • avatar These people are expecting a lot of hungry carolers. #caroling

    These people are expecting a lot of hungry carolers. #caroling

    Posted By Pringles

    December 17

    115 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Shane O'neill says: Mark O Brien next edition

      December 20th

  • avatar 12/13/14 only comes around every 100 years. Celebrate it right. Share some Pringles.

    12/13/14 only comes around every 100 years. Celebrate it right. Share some Pringles.

    Posted By Pringles

    December 13

    1257 likes 14 comments
    • avatar

      Jacob Toeppe says: Every 10 years actually.

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Aaron Novotny says: Actually every date only happens every 100 years

      December 15th

    • avatar

      Andi Pringle says: â¡

      December 14th

    • avatar

      Roger Barber says: that's weird

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Nils Hogg says: daughters birthday today lol

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Annette Jacobs says: Yes, glade to be here

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Michael Paul says: Abby Davis

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Anis Mdeiwayeh Jr. says: My birthday

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Elizabeth Pease says: Actually I thought 12/12/12 was pretty cool, but it's is neat, too!

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Sammie Love says: Mmmmm, Pringles...

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Lailah Brown says: Nadiya M. Brown ð±

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Darice Gamache says: nom, nom, nom!

      December 13th

  • avatar Bad #elf

    Bad #elf

    Posted By Pringles

    December 09

    246 likes 10 comments
    • avatar

      Kerri Bryan says: Smart #elf

      December 9th

      3 people like this.

    • avatar

      Jessica Anderson says: ;)

      December 10th

      4 people like this.

    • avatar

      Agzam Dulatov says: Bad elf on the shelf?

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Emily Elizabeth says: U DONE DIDDLY ATE ALL MY PRINGLES. Cute. I remember one year my elves Kasey, Alex, and their Reindeer Jingles decided it would be funny to cover my floor in flour. When I woke up my parents laughed and told me to clean up after my elves, and boy you'd never believe how hard it was to clean all that flour up. :) Merry Christmas everyone!

      December 13th

    • avatar

      Greg Pacey says: The elf in the can is a Prigles chip man

      December 12th

    • avatar

      Glenda Nelms says: It looks like the elf likes Pringles :)

      December 10th

    • avatar

      Marci Mcgowan says: Elf from shelf fell into the can!

      December 10th

    • avatar

      Esgar Garcia says: I mean #Pringle's

      December 9th

    • avatar

      Esgar Garcia says: I like pizza flavored. #Ruffles

      December 9th

  • avatar It’s not officially the holidays until you try ’em.
    #PringlesHoliday

    It’s not officially the holidays until you try ’em.
#PringlesHoliday

    Posted By Pringles

    December 03

    337 likes 58 comments
    • avatar

      Mi Names Jeff says: They are nasty..

      December 3rd

      5 people like this.

    • avatar

      Tommy Aquino says: BT Smith & Kamie Aquino, I need some of those white chocolate ones.

      December 3rd

      6 people like this.

    • avatar

      Sandra Suiter-Pineda says: The cinnamon and sugar looks good.

      December 3rd

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Rhonda Montgomery Clay says: I just love the pecan pie wish it were in stores year round

      December 13th

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Lisa Evans-Cooke says: Suppose to be DIPPED in chocolate ! The Lays choc covered were good, These suck, no chocolate on them at all !

      December 6th

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Cynthia Carmouche says: Lawrence find me the pecan ones!

      December 3rd

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Julie Boone says: Can someone tell me where I can find the pecan pie Pringles? Target had them last year but they don't this year. I've also looked in Walmart.

      December 13th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Cheryl Krepps says: I tried the Pecan Pie flavor & I thought it was good..it has a sweet & just a hint of salt...

      December 8th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Althea Cannon says: I tried the chocolate Pringles.. :-(

      December 4th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Alyssa Ann Germain says: Get me the white chocolate ones please. Lol. Felicia Germain Christina Anderson Wiggins

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Lorna Davis says: Walmart has then and they are awful tasting

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      April Vaughn says: I'd like to try White Chocolate ones and the Cinnamon and Sugar ones,they sound really good! And no,I don't think that they'd b nasty either, they sound really tasteful to me!

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Mitchell Mcdonald says: That looks good

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Luis XWolf Rizner says: Corrine!! 0_o

      December 3rd

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Bronco Tarantino says: Julie Boone try an Google them or the pringles website :)

      January 5th

    • avatar

      Sherry Moyers says: Would love to try these white chocolate. Would love to try em!

      January 1st

    • avatar

      Aquotic Wolf says: White chocolate is Actually good I gotta try Cinnoman sugar

      December 29th

    • avatar

      Molly Hohenberger says: SO GROSS

      December 25th

    • avatar

      Deb Saunders says: Send them and I'll try them.

      December 23rd

    • avatar

      Summers Rain says: Got the milk chocolate ones. Thought they were going to be chocolate covered.They taste great anyway. Bring them back again next year.

      December 23rd

    • avatar

      Christie Billington says: I need to order some pecan pie please

      December 15th

    • avatar

      Zachary Alexander says: I'd rather have Sour Cream And Onion than to have that.

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Jackie Curran says: I tried the cinnamon sugar and the white chocolate. ....all I can say is YUCK and Pringles should stick with what works!

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Cassie Lynn says: Get me these! Scott Gwen Tapley

      December 4th

    • avatar

      Marci Mcgowan says: Hate pecan pie!

      December 4th

  • avatar Don’t just keep up – surpass the Jones’. #HolidayWin

    Don’t just keep up – surpass the Jones’. #HolidayWin

    Posted By Pringles

    December 02

    112 likes 8 comments
    • avatar

      Matthew Anderson says: Good

      December 2nd

    • avatar

      Glenda Nelms says: It looks like the Pringles cans are shining bright :)

      December 2nd

    • avatar

      Jill Budny says: We tested Froot Loops and found that 100% of the corn in Froot Loops is ROUNDUP READY Bt TOXIN PESTICIDE PRODUCING GMO corn that is registered with and regulated by the EPA.

      It has its own pesticide registration number, just like all of the other pesticides on the shelf at Home Depot. But because the EPA has no jurisdiction over food labeling, you won't find that information on a box of Froot Loops, a can of Kellogg's Pringles, or a box of Kellogg's Kashi Dark Chocolate Coconut Bars. Kellogg's doesn't want you to know it's Roundup laden GMO.

      The company spent $750,000 to fight citizens' ballot initiatives in Oregon and Colorado to label GMOs this year and is pushing for voluntary labeling, which means NO LABELING.

      Join the Boycott Kelloggâs GMOs campaign and help us change our broken food system. When Kellogg's is forced to remove GMOs, other companies will be at a competitive disadvantage and they will surely follow.

      BOYCOTT Kellogg's until they remove GMOs from ALL Kellogg's products and get Non GMO Project Verification to prove it.

      LEARN MORE: http://www.gmofreeusa.org/â¦/boâ¦/boycotts-kelloggs-consumers/

      READ the EPA pesticide registration for GMO Bt Toxic pesticide producing corn that kills insects when they bite into it: http://www.epa.gov/â¦/biopesticâ¦/pips/smartstax-factsheet.pdf

      READ: No consensus on GMO Safety: http://www.gmofreeusa.org/research/gmo-safety/

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      December 3rd

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      December 5th

  • avatar Did you achieve the ultimate ’stache?

    Did you achieve the ultimate ’stache?

    Posted By Pringles

    November 30

    106 likes 7 comments
    • avatar

      Lori M Watson says: hahaha thats hilarious =)

      December 21st

    • avatar

      Cynthia Snyder says: Ridiculous!

      December 1st

    • avatar

      Theresa Blackie Knight says: John Blackie

      November 30th

    • avatar

      Richard Carter says: Yes!

      November 30th

    • avatar

      Bryce Diven says: Yes

      November 30th

  • avatar #BlackFriday gift shopping? Don’t sweat it.

    #BlackFriday gift shopping? Don’t sweat it.

    Posted By Pringles

    November 28

    153 likes 5 comments
    • avatar

      Norene Battle says: I loooove Pringles but today while eating my cheddar cheese Pringles with my fiance I was violently stabbed in the gums by a Pringle I was trying to consume I had to pull the Pringle piece out of my gum were it had lodge and there was blood and pain and I was shocked that the snack I loved so much could harm me I was so petrified that something I loved could do such a thing I was heart broken

      November 29th

    • avatar

      Nick Bunker says: Colton Sousa

      November 29th

  • avatar Look! It’s a can-ucopia of yum. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Look! It’s a can-ucopia of yum. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Posted By Pringles

    November 27

    316 likes 12 comments
    • avatar

      Mike Greider says: I never get a can like that
      Always crumbs

      November 27th

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Emma Harrington says: I'm late #HappyThanksgiving

      November 30th

    • avatar

      Lisa Spangler says: My grandmother turned me onto pringles when I was a young teenage, which has instilled the love for them today. Even my cat LA loves them, I always have to share

      November 28th

    • avatar

      Rachel Clark says: god bless pringles

      November 27th

    • avatar

      Hassen Hamood says: They really don't have the "crunch" like they used to, Lay's Stax are slightly thicker, heartier and more flavorful. At least to me they are. I just wish they'd make more flavors.

      November 27th

    • avatar

      Elizabeth Pease says: Clever!

      November 27th

    • avatar

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      What are you waiting for? Why havenât you messaged me yet?ââ

      November 28th

    • avatar

      Colleen Marie Hennigan says: I make duck beaks out of 2 Pringles

      November 27th

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  • avatar This is my BFF for two reasons. One: her hair has the power of The Rainbow. Two: she asked politely.

    This is my BFF for two reasons. One: her hair has the power of The Rainbow. Two: she asked politely.

    Posted By Skittles

    January 12

    501 likes 19 comments
    • avatar

      Caryl Hayes says: This pic reminds me of you Beth Rohwedder-Hepburn! Looks like it could be you!

      January 12th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Charlotte Robin Buchan says: Does one win free skittles?

      January 12th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Liz Winter says: Love her hair, would do same to mine if i could.

      January 12th

    • avatar

      Kaine Frazer-cowen says: Defended skittles against tic tacs...and I'm not bad :o :'(

      January 12th

    • avatar

      Rachel Lex Skye Mackenzie says: Yay! <3 I love the rainbow! Thank you =D x

      January 12th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Kevin Hull says: If I ask politely will you bring back Lime?

      January 12th

      2 people like this.

    • avatar

      Jon Solo Bleyl says: Is there actually anyone who prefers green apple to lime?seriously did Wrigley's even taste test that garbage

      January 12th

      1 person likes this.

    • avatar

      Zach Coderre says: LIME!

      January 13th

    • avatar

      Brandon Gibson says: Green Apple 4 lyfe

      January 13th

    • avatar

      Harry Janecek says: well you said post a photo, nut you never said who off

      January 13th

    • avatar

      Anna Lenghartová says: rusim like

      January 13th

    • avatar

      Olivia Berenice Soledad Lopez says: But most importantly,
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      January 13th

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      January 13th

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