Taking our understanding and awareness of the world further for 130 years
Every Monday throughout #BlackHistoryMonth , we've been passing the mic to someone from the @NatGeo family who highlights an aspect of history or their work. Today we're hearing from computer scientist @jovialjoy who uses art and research in her #AI work. 1/18
In 2020, the U.S. saw a more than 15 percent increase in deaths over the prior year, the highest year-on-year rise in deaths across the U.S. since 1918, which experienced both a global flu epidemic and the First World War
The analysis of the oldest domesticated dog remains yet discovered in the Americas reinforces the very long and deep bond between people and domesticated dogs
"When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like," says photographer Paul Nicklen
Sand cats are typically hard to find, but these adorable kittens—spotted in the Moroccan Sahara—were hard to miss
A newfound fossil tail is changing what we know about Spinosaurus—and stretching our understanding of how and where dinosaurs lived. For more iconic storytelling like this, subscribe to National Geographic:
Happy birthday Jane Goodall! Thank you for taking humanity further.