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Casts of a group of victims, two adults and two children, very probably a family, from Pompeii. Part of the British Museum's new exhibition, Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum.

ISS Flying over the Earth auroras & lightning

11 Incredibly Important Photos Of A Baby Covered In French Bulldog Puppies




Καλή σας νύχτα ;-) Good night ~ Спокойной ночи ~ Buenas noches ~ Buona notte ~ Boa noite ~ 晚安 ~ Bona Nit ~ Bonne nuit ~ Gute nacht ~ Laku noć ~ Νoapte buna ~ Góða nótt ~ Dobranoc

the stunning nature of canada

China - zhangjiajie

Aiguille du Midi in Chamonix Mont Blanc, France.

21 Reasons Why Kali Is The World's Cutest Orphaned Baby Polar Bear

I challenge you to find me an orphaned baby polar bear cub that is cuter.<p>First the sad: Kali's mother was shot in Point Lay, Alaska and the cub is temporarily staying at the zoo in Anchorage until he has a permanent home.<p>Now the good: Kali seems to be doing really well and has already made best …

Bear Cubs

3D pregnancy scanning - picture of the day

Pictures: Auroras of February and March

Starbursts, alien landscapes, and magenta bands of light: Take a look at some of the best aurora photos from February and March.

Reaching the Last Speakers of Japan’s Ancient Languages

Human Journey<p>There are roughly 7 billion humans alive today, speaking more than 7,000 different languages. Most of them have never been recorded, and as older generations pass on, their knowledge of these languages and the information they hold about the world and how to relate to it disappear …

Africa’s Mysterious “Fairy Circles” Explained

Changing Planet<p><b>Fairy circles—circular patches of bare soil surrounded by a ring of grass—have long mystified scientists.</b><p>Found mainly in the grasslands of southern Africa, the oddly shaped formations can grow to more than 65 feet (20 meters) wide, but no one knew what caused them. Now, perhaps …

Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #10

Wildlife<p>Explore the wilderness with us… This week we share the “golden wilderness”! The rich colors and textures of the wild can never be replaced or surpassed. Within the next 10-15 years we will see the last-remaining wilderness area on earth dominated by the demands of growing human populations …

Enter + Win: Traveler Photo Contest

The 25th annual <b>National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest</b> just got underway, and we’re off to a great start so far. The magazine will be awarding seriously spectacular prizes this year, so don’t miss your chance to win. <b>Enter today!</b><p><b>The prizes:</b> The grand-prize winner will earn two spots on a <b>10-day</b> …