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All the Baggage You Can Carry

In just a couple of months, I’ll be embarking upon what folks like to refer to as “a trip of a lifetime” only I hope it isn’t and calling it that adds a certain air of doom like I’m cashing in my chips and blowing it all right now. 1,103 more words

Travel

High Five Give $5 Save Big Cats, Big Cats Initiative -- National Geographic

National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative is creating a worldwide virtual high five chain in support of big cats for World Lion Day, and we need your help! 41 more words

National Geographic

The People’s Pope

At a general audience in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, Pope Francis rides in a popemobile without the protection of bulletproof glass. The pontiff wandered freely when he was a cardinal in Buenos Aires but cannot do so in Rome for his own safety. 27 more words

In The Moment

National Geographic The People’s Pope

National Geographic Photo of the Day

At a general audience in St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, Pope Francis rides in a popemobile without the protection of bulletproof glass. 36 more words

Daily Pictures

Human: herbivore or carnivore?

Last week I read a very eye-opening article on the PETA website, it was about herbivores.

Herbivore:
noun
An animal that feeds on plants

Before I start discussing the article, I’d like to highlight the National Geographic’s stance on the difference between herbivorous mammals and carnivorous mammals: 734 more words