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Your best photos of the week, March 22, 2019

Each week, our editors choose stunning photos submitted by members of Your Shot, National Geographic's photo community.

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Spectacular new fossil bonanza captures explosion of early life

Animals from 518 million years ago are preserved down to their softest features, and more than half are new to science.

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First primate born using frozen testicle technique

The new study offers hope for men who face infertility as a side effect of childhood cancer treatments.

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8 mighty rivers run dry from overuse

From the American West to China, Australia to India, some of the world's most important rivers have been drained dry for agriculture, industry, and drinking water.

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Oceans—facts and information

The vast bodies of water surrounding the continents are critical to life on Earth. But overfishing and global warming threaten to leave oceans barren.

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Clean water is vital during disasters

See how Save the Children and P&G are bringing clean drinking water to children and families caught in some of the most challenging emergencies across the globe.

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Prehistoric birds were born ready to run, fossil shows

A new look at a very old animal backs up the notion that dinosaur-era birds had to be quick on their feet.

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An iconic bird just lost important habitat protections: What it means

A rule rollback will allow more oil and gas drilling to occur on nearly nine million acres of lands crucial for the species’ survival.

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These bears mimic each other's faces as well as people do

The world's smallest bears have a social skill set previously thought limited to apes and dogs, and there may be more species like them.

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Building a bridge to clean water

See how World Vision’s Water programs are using P&G Purifier of Water packets to bring clean drinking water to rural Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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