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National Geographic News

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Why Cubans May Not Be Thrilled at New Relations With U.S.

Some Cubans have a lot to lose from an influx of American dollars.


Pictures: Alaska's Wondrous Bristol Bay, Now Off-Limits to Gas and Oil Drilling

Photographer Michael Melford is celebrating the announcement that the U.S. government will protect the area's waters from oil and gas development.


4-Foot Salamander Arrives in London as Face of New Conservation Effort

Professor Wu, a critically endangered Chinese giant salamander, is the face of a new effort to save these creatures in the wild.


72 Years Later, Snubbed Captain Credited With Downing German U-Boat

The U.S. Navy honors a late World War II captain of a ship that sank a German U-boat off Louisiana, based on new exploration.


Rosetta's Comet Lander Will Revive After Bumpy Touchdown, Scientists Say

Rosetta mission scientists grow hopeful for a revival of their stranded Philae lander.


Out of Fuel, Venus Express Is Falling Gently to Its Death in Planet's Skies

Europe's hard-working Venus Express has finally run out of gas and will start to fall through the planet's thick atmosphere.


Denmark Eyes North Pole, but How Much Oil and Gas Await?

Countries vie for long-term development of Arctic's oil and natural gas.


Researchers are tracking the elusive predators as habitat loss pushes them closer to urban areas.

Researchers are tracking the elusive predators as habitat loss pushes them closer to urban areas.


Zimbabwe's Reported Plan to Export Baby Elephants Raises Outcry Against Animal Trade

Zimbabwe reportedly has rounded up dozens of baby elephants from a national park for export to China.


Alien Life on Mars? NASA Rover Spots Methane, a Possible Sign of Microbes

NASA's Curiosity rover detects spikes of methane gas on Mars, puzzling scientists and pointing to surprising geology or perhaps microbial life.


Death of Rare White Rhino Leaves 5 in the World

Breeding the remaining northern white rhinoceroses with their cousins may preserve some of their genes, scientists say.


Watch: Video of Rare Deep-Sea Shark Blows Researcher's Mind

A Greenland shark, one of the world's largest shark species, pops up on deep-sea video and shocks scientists.


After Oil Spill in Bangladesh's Unique Mangrove Forest, Fears About Rare Animals

Tens of thousands of gallons of oil have spilled into the rivers and creeks of the Sundarbans, threatening tigers, dolphins in this World Heritage Site.


Mystery in Laos: Reformer Still Missing Two Years After Videotaped Police Stop

In 2012, Sombath Somphone vanished at a police stop. It was caught on camera. "They have to let him go," his wife thought then.


White House Issues Ambitious Plan to Fight Illegal Fishing

White House proposal seeks to improve enforcement of rules for seafood entering U.S.


Entrepreneur Changes Life in Uganda by Turning Waste Into Fuel

Emerging Explorer Sanga Moses tackles deforestation, poverty, and health problems with cooking briquettes that burn cleaner than wood.


8 Sky Events This Week: Comet Visits Galaxy, Jovian Eclipses

December diamonds crown the night sky, lovely sights for stargazers as the solar system's royalty dances.


A Prince of a Paramour

Drawn by the male’s serenades, one lady frog after another comes to play house.


World Moves One Step Closer to Climate Treaty

Compromise reached in Lima among UN negotiators, with much work remaining.


Monkey Day Pictures: Our Favorite Primates Around the World

In honor of Monkey Day, National Geographic photo editors choose their favorite primate pictures from our archive.


The Real Reason Hitler Launched the Battle of the Bulge

Among a new book's revelations about the epic battle: Crystal meth was the German army's drug of choice.


Best Space Pictures of 2014: A Year's Delights Courtesy of Starry Nights

Of the 350 breathtaking space photos we published in 2014, here are our picks for the 12 best of the year.


Weird Animal Question of the Week: Oddest Eggs of the Animal Kingdom

From the horn shark's "drill bit" egg case to the lacewing's sticky stalks, an egg's shape and size can help protect it from predators.


Remembering Michel du Cille Through His Heart-Wrenching Pictures

After his death, the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer leaves a legacy of work distinguished by his ability to connect with his subjects.


5 Key Takeaways From UN Climate Summit in Lima

World leaders at the UN Climate Conference in Lima, make progress toward a new international climate agreement.


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