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nezaradene-en Archive

16 okt 2018

Timeline Photos

The Kamchatka Peninsula is home to 127 volcanoes—22 of which are still active. This one was photographed by Zhu Xiao. https://on.natgeo.com/2pX1Chy (RSS generated with FetchRss)
16 okt 2018

Iconic Joshua trees may disappear—but scientists are fighting back

Climate change isn't just threatening their habitat, it's harming the Joshua trees' symbiotic relationship with moths. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
16 okt 2018

This creepy castle may have inspired Frankenstein

The castle has been inspiring legends since the 17th century. Today visitors are allowed to climb the tower and dine on a patio with a view of the valley below. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
16 okt 2018

How eyes make sense of the world

Human eyes can’t decipher individual pixels from far away—here's why. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
16 okt 2018

Stunning Pictures: Ten of the Rarest Animals on Earth

The total population of Sumatran rhinos is estimated at fewer than 275 individuals. Discover more incredible creatures in need of saving. (RSS generated with FetchRss)
15 okt 2018

Skydiving over Hood River, Oregon

"My blood was pumping and my heart was racing, as I knew I only had one opportunity to nail the shot," says photographer Catherine Aeppel, describing this shot of two skydivers jumping from a 1942 UPF-7 Waco
15 okt 2018

Photos show how Saudi Arabia has changed over time

The arc of Saudi history held in our archives spans from early 20th-century Islamic pilgrims visiting Mecca to a culture transformed by the discovery of vast oil reserves in the 1930s and beyond. (RSS generated with
15 okt 2018

Baby Elephant Charging

Is this baby elephant scared, angry, or just having a good time? (RSS generated with FetchRss)
14 okt 2018

Timeline Photos

Oaks, maples, and dogwoods each begin to transition from green to reveal shades of crimson and russet. Hickories and aspens show off brilliant golds and yellows. In the Northern Hemisphere, the heart of fall is here. https://on.natgeo.com/2QN36pV
14 okt 2018

River Revives After Largest Dam Removal in U.S. History

Only three years after the Elwha River was freed of dams, salmon have returned and wildlife is thriving. (RSS generated with FetchRss)