This week, we learned …
… just in time for Halloween, glaciers are giving up their ghosts. Read of the week!
The photograph above is the Ötzal Alps, in northern Italy. Who gave up the ghost there?
… 41 phrases only people in the military understand. (Obvious warning: Salty language.)
Learn more about the military with our collection of maps, articles, and media.
… coyotes are moving to Chicago.
Use our ideas to find slightly more accessible examples of urban nature.
… bad maps cost a lot of lives, and a lot of money.
A conspiracy of cartographers!
… what it takes to keep the internet cool.
Learn how an energy efficient data center’s power-saving features significantly reduce energy use.
… Europe’s most active volcano is sliding into the sea.
How does Mount Etna contribute to Europe’s physical geography?
… America’s grip on children’s entertainment may be coming to an end.
Keep counting—Indian YouTube channel ChuChu has 19 billion views—thats more than five times as many as Sesame Street.
Subscribe to National Geographic Kids’ YouTube channel for fun, educational videos.
… viruses spread to crops by insects may lead to food security and/or a biological arms race.
What are GMO foods and how do they contribute to the issues surrounding food security?
… how to build a better pig.
Why do you think pigs were among the fist animals to be domesticated?
… humans have a big influence on the rock cycle.
What else contributes to the rock cycle?
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