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In this scene from 2005, people celebrate the arrival of more latrines at a refugee camp in northern Uganda. Improved sanitation at refugee camps is not only crucial to keeping people alive, but also helps to preserve their dignity. #PhotoOfTheDay
In this photo taken on Scotland's Isle of Skye, basalt formations stand over the Sound of Raasay. The pinnacles are the result of an ancient landslide that created the dramatic landscape captured in this image. #PhotoOfTheDay
NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico after becoming the first people to fly a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. Revisit their mission aboard the space station with these images.
BREAKING: National Geographic will immediately stop publishing nude animal pictures.
Before and after photos show dramatic change to landscapes over the years: #climatechange
Finally, some good news! Tiger numbers are on the rise for the first time in 100 years:
For #MoonDay , see a rare blood-red moon rise over the ocean: