National Geographic Photography

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National Geographic on Twitter

“Totem poles in Vancouver's Stanley Park are rich with meaning for several First Nations peoples from British Columbia's west coast. Each carving refers to a real or mythical event https://t.co/VHUQSe2FHP”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“On the latest episode of #OverheardNatGeo, Explorer Tara Roberts follows Black scuba divers on their mission to find the lost shipwrecks that carried enslaved people from Africa to the Americas #sponsored @audible_com https://t.co/iZ2tvgTVfC”

National Geographic on Twitter

“Widely observed among more than a billion people from a variety of faiths, the five days of Diwali are marked by prayer, feasts, fireworks, and more https://t.co/rTvf4sMlEs”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“Archaeologists now believe that Stonehenge and its surrounding structures were connected by cultural relationships and spiritual meanings https://t.co/OMEUnDbncZ”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“The region is an important seabird sanctuary and home to tens of millions of albatross, penguins, and other species https://t.co/K6JOGXnlYR”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“Climate change very likely contributed to this year's hurricane season. "But by how much? Now we're getting into something that's tougher" https://t.co/u5tBpqXrhl”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“On the banks of the Irrawaddy River, an ancient civilization thrived whose people wore jewels in their hair, made high art of jade, and traded as far afield as Indonesia and the Philippines https://t.co/uvmNCFLa8T”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“After hiking in the rain all day, Your Shot photographer Kaushal Arya documented this dreamy scene of Bedini Bugyal in Uttarakhand, India”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“These spectacular photos of winter-weather adventures are anything but chill https://t.co/K5WvUkndFV”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“When adults don’t always have all the answers, advice from middle schoolers can help bridge the gap https://t.co/ChpegDJxc9”

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National Geographic on Twitter

“While some pack leaders rule using an iron fist, others take a gentler approach to leadership https://t.co/4kpzkiQTOj”

National Geographic on Twitter

“Tourism is down, but nesting success may be up https://t.co/xKsBNcDniG”

National Geographic on Twitter

“To ensure a child’s successful social development, they need to play and interact with their peers—just as their ancestors have done over millions of years https://t.co/Qa2GyH0K1g”