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National Geographic

20.06.2022 18:20h

Francia Márquez Mina, a prominent Afro-Colombian activist, has been elected as Colombia's first Black female vice president. She won the 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize, faced numerous death threats for her activism, and survived an assassination attempt in 2019. Read more about the threats facing Colombian social and environmental leaders in our March issue: https://on.natgeo.com/3y3msQ8


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12.06.2022 19:15h

No bigger than a lapdog, these marsupials are famous for their ferocity and powerful jaws, which can reduce large carcasses to smithereens in minutes.


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03.06.2022 22:15h

Cormorants always feed by diving for fish, but no one had ever seen the bird go for a fish stuck to a whale shark.


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14.06.2022 01:15h

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it. https://on.natgeo.com/3zx7KC4


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17.06.2022 14:15h

This rare alignment includes the five planets easily spotted with the naked eye—Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—while the more distant Uranus and Neptune require binoculars. If you miss this spectacle, you’ll have to wait until 2040 to get another chance. https://on.natgeo.com/3O5Iasg


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The New Yorker Cartoons

09.06.2022 18:51h

A cartoon by Peter Kuper. #NewYorkerCartoons See more from this week’s issue: http://nyer.cm/qoALQCv


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