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National Geographic

@NatGeo

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@NatGeo Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeo and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
17
Average retweets
266
Average likes
960
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in category Media House

1. globally and in category Media House

8. globally and in category Media

10. globally

11. in category Media

85. worldwide

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Despite controversy, the exotic game ranching industry in Texas continues to grow https://t.co/9w9kay72Gz

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For an arctic fox, "Finding the last remains of a caribou carcass may mean the difference between life and death," writes Your Shot photographer Eric Gurwin https://t.co/7Zd93YtwtR

For an arctic fox, "Finding the last remains of a caribou carcass may mean the difference between life and death," writes Your Shot photographer Eric Gurwin https://t.co/7Zd93YtwtR

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"Indians are less than one percent of the population. Yet images and names of Indians are everywhere" https://t.co/ymZeMsoEja

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Activist Alicia Garza coined the phrase "Black lives matter" in a 2013 Facebook post. Today, people around the world are joining the movement she co-founded https://t.co/1aSex5k2nd

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Native Americans and Polynesians were in contact across the Pacific Ocean centuries before Europeans entered Polynesian waters, a new study says https://t.co/9qDhfTc6IH

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Treacherous seas, slipping on penguin guano, tent-shredding wind. Here's what it took to identify the southernmost tree in the world https://t.co/8zQScMGCu5

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These head-turning accessories are part of a resurgence of traditional culture that Ukrainians are embracing in daily life https://t.co/jJhgQyoP90

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Here's what the "best worst-known dinosaur" actually looked like https://t.co/VIMTW7Mvfc

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Gloves have played an outsized role in everything from English royal rituals to early 20th-century medicine https://t.co/fj6we3ibkc

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Get a true bird's-eye view of Scotland's seaside cliffs https://t.co/QZtotlxz9K

Get a true bird's-eye view of Scotland's seaside cliffs https://t.co/QZtotlxz9K

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Indigenous communities in Brazil suffer from the virus on one hand and "genocidal" interlopers on the other, rights groups say https://t.co/XAo0IY5Zas

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To control COVID-19, travelers should protect not only their own safety but that of everyone they encounter https://t.co/PGKxBsEDSV

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Gaps in forest canopies, called crown shyness, could help trees share resources and stay healthy https://t.co/DOMcPRWJnl

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It wasn't until the 1980s that one theory emerged as a major breakthrough in the extinction mystery https://t.co/OEfR4QmCXC

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As snows dwindle and glaciers recede, people in the mountains of northern India are building huge ice cones that provide water into summer https://t.co/F3T4nPmbMH

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Siberia's tundra is on fire on a scale that appears to be unprecedented. A key question is whether the fires are burning down into the ground, thawing the permafrost & burning up centuries of stored carbon. I wrote about why this is a big deal for @NatGeo https://t.co/qHWFhjNtwj

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Quoted @CraigAWelch

Last year @natgeo photographer Ian Teh and I joined an expedition to the treacherous spot where the Pacific and Atlantic meet, a tiny island in Tierra del Fuego. We were looking for something no one had ever found: the southernmost tree on Earth. 1/10 https://t.co/LKiplFukMl

Writer @CraigAWelch describes the epic quest in more detail here https://t.co/lUyYq2slqF

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Despite controversy, the exotic game ranching industry in Texas continues to grow https://t.co/1Ja2kKuIuP

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A rash of fires on landscapes that are typically too cold, wet, and icy to burn is raising alarms for ecologists and climate scientists https://t.co/mmltyvKSux

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