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"The Creator, if He exists, has a special preference for beetles. Haldane More

Gouache, block diagram, National Geographi, 07/97 painting - Monserrate Volcano

Gouache, block diagram, National Geographi, 07/97 painting - Monserrate Volcano

Ghadames, Libya Photograph by George Steinmetz Tight clusters of traditional mud-brick-and-palm houses have stood for centuries in Ghadames, a pre-Roman oasis town in the Sahara. Rooftop walkways allowed women to move freely, concealed from men’s view. Credit: National Geographic.

Ghadames, Libya Photograph by George Steinmetz Tight clusters of traditional mud-brick-and-palm houses have stood for centuries in Ghadames, a pre-Roman oasis town in the Sahara. Rooftop walkways allowed women to move freely, concealed from men’s view.

Little boy helping his thirsty dog to get a drink from the drinking fountain • (photo: National Geographic)

Best friends x, 2 smart little boys in a black white photo figure out how to get the dog to drink from a water fountain that is to high for him

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Photo Contest

The Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the basilica and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December 1971. Photograph by Albert Moldvay, National Geographi

petapeta: “ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the basilica and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December 1971 by National Geographic St. Peter’s Basilica (Latin:.

Maps from 1630 to the present show how the city—once an 800-acre peninsula—grew into what it is today.

Picture of the original shoreline from 1630 is visible in dark green on this map

[Found here. Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July 2016- I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

[Found here. Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July 2016- I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

Male seals learn and memorize the vocal rhythm and style of their romantic competition, a rare ability.

Male seals learn and memorize the vocal rhythm and style of their romantic competition, a rare ability.

Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples... | AFRICAN, BLACK & DIASPORIC HISTORY

Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples Published in December 1971 with the article “The Zulus: Black Nation in a Land of Apartheid,” this map is a supplement to the “Heritage of Africa” map printed in the same issue.

A nomadic Reguibat woman in Algeria poses in traditional blue robes, November 1967.Photograph by Jonathan Blair, National Geographic #BLUE

natgeofound: A nomadic Reguibat woman in Algeria poses in traditional robes, November Photograph by Jonathan Blair, National Geographic

Photography One / Dummy pilot and seat soar, as engineers test a catapult escape system in Arizona, March 1963.Photograph by Robert Sisson, National Geographi

Dummy pilot and seat soar, as engineers test a catapult escape system in Arizona, March Photograph by Robert Sisson, National Geographic

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Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

A New York Central Mercury train is dwarfed by Cleveland’s Union Station, November 1936.Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic...

natgeofound: “ A New York Central Mercury train is dwarfed by Cleveland’s Union Station, November by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic ” The Sorrows of Gin.

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