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Chinese rover finds strange rocks that may come from deep inside the moon

The record-setting Chang’e-4 mission might have spotted minerals that would reveal long-held secrets about the moon's origins.

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Rainforests, explained

Rainforests play an invaluable role in sustaining life, but every year large portions of them are cut down for logging, mining, and cattle ranches.

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Poaching is sending the shy, elusive pangolin to its doom

The small animals, whose scales are coveted for use in Chinese medicine, are now among the world’s most trafficked mammals.

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How you can help pangolins

The most trafficked mammals in the world are heading toward extinction unless the illegal trade can be stopped.

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How to take part in the Wildlife Tourism social campaign

Share this image below on social media using #NatGeoWildlifeTourism

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Suffering unseen: The dark truth behind wildlife tourism

Captive wild animal encounters are hugely popular, thanks partly to social media. But our investigation shows many creatures lead dismal lives.

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See 100 years of LGBTQ history mapped across New York City

The liberation movement has evolved in parks, factories, and dance halls—in secret and in the open.

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See our four favorite scientific breakthroughs this month

What do whale earwax, popcorn, planets, and squirrels have in common? Science.

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Life in the North Atlantic depends on this floating seaweed

Sargassum plants are a nuisance on some beaches, but they are a shelter and a feast for a complex and amazing variety of marine life.

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Memories of D-Day come alive on the beaches where it happened

Every decade, French and international troops honor the events that changed the course of World War II.

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