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National Geographic

@NatGeo

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Joined on November 18, 2008

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeo and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
24
Average retweets
398
Average likes
1505
Tweets with photos
10 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

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On #WorldPangolinDay, we celebrate a charismatic—and threatened—creature that looks a bit like an armadillo, anteater, and dinosaur all at once

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The “hairs” on a hairy frogfish are actually skin appendages or spinules, writes Your Shot photographer Nadia Aly, who captured this striking underwater portrait https://on.natgeo.com/2GKVvX3 

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The longer the hikikomori remain apart from society, the more aware they become of their social failure

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Watch playful lion cubs LIVE from the Maasai Mara, Kenya!

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A handful of new praying mantis species have been discovered in Brazil—and some of them bear incredible horn-like appendages on their heads

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Furry creatures aren't the only animals that take long rests—and it doesn't only happen in the winter

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Little is known about how the new spider uses its horn, but we do know it spends its nights at the entrance of its burrow, waiting to ambush prey

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Unravelling the secrets of slow slip events—or phantom quakes—could help us better understand their more destructive cousins

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Water boosts our minds, spirits, and bodies. Which of these locations calls to you?

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Fashion is an extension of who we are—and historically black colleges have long played an important role in this expression of style

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We're asking Your Shot photographers to show us what climate changes look like in their own communities—and what can be done about it #sponsored @ParisPittsburgh

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If you love space, odds are you’ve admired the work of Bill Ingalls, NASA's official photographer for 30 years

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Waiting for just the right moment, Your Shot photographer Jesus Garrido Moreno captured this beautiful image of young swans in the Alps https://on.natgeo.com/2EafT24 

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These fleeting sculptures last for five seconds—10 seconds at most—in their uncommon settings before they disappear

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This map, dated 1593, is one of fewer than 100 such documents that have survived the ravages of time

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The non-invasive approach will improve the accuracy of wildlife surveys in snowy environments

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Golden eagles can see the ultraviolet spectrum—which enables them to detect the urine trails of small rodents

Golden eagles can see the ultraviolet spectrum—which enables them to detect the urine trails of small rodents

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