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

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
21
Average retweets
275
Average likes
1332
Tweets with photos
11 / 100
Tweets with videos
11 / 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

86. worldwide

Fun Fact

That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.

Reducing the number of scientists on the continent will mitigate the risk of an outbreak, but also disrupt urgent research https://t.co/jOmWPokEa4

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The temblor shot across the seafloor and back to where it started so fast it created the geologic version of a sonic boom https://t.co/IWHaPJK2rM

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Meet artisans across Hiroshima, Japan, who embody the Japanese concept of "Takumi," from sword making to manufacturing #sponsored @MazdaUSA https://t.co/LOqHJjC3Uh

Meet artisans across Hiroshima, Japan, who embody the Japanese concept of "Takumi," from sword making to manufacturing #sponsored @MazdaUSA https://t.co/LOqHJjC3Uh

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New research shows that the dwarf planet Ceres is a geologically active body—with ice volcanoes and surviving pockets of an ancient ocean https://t.co/tun28JJqpD

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To commemorate the upcoming 100th anniversary of the #19thAmendment, join us TODAY at 2pm ET for a conversation with @MichelleDuster and @marthasjones_ about Black women and the suffrage movement. Livestreamed to the Nat Geo Women of Impact Facebook group: https://t.co/Q7HbydZr2Y https://t.co/awpPU0pGC0

To commemorate the upcoming 100th anniversary of the #19thAmendment, join us TODAY at 2pm ET for a conversation with @MichelleDuster and @marthasjones_ about Black women and the suffrage movement. Livestreamed to the Nat Geo Women of Impact Facebook group: https://t.co/Q7HbydZr2Y https://t.co/awpPU0pGC0

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Infectious-disease experts have since denounced the practice as both ineffective and a potential health hazard https://t.co/FCWnMsRIRm

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This Mary River turtle sports a shock of hairlike algae encouraged by the reptile’s long stretches underwater https://t.co/cZHfQJleos

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Antibodies might not be telling the whole story when it comes to COVID-19 immunity. “We shouldn’t just look blindly at antibody tests" https://t.co/F6G5SfWQ8g

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This rendering of history’s most lethal periods highlights the 100 deadliest events of the past 2,500 years https://t.co/dwIrJkYGxn

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Only a few other species, like this one nicknamed "mouse lizard," are thought to have made the shift from crawling to upright walking as they aged https://t.co/Oe5JZ8T2kB

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Nothing in the wild goes to waste—not even a footprint https://t.co/hWoQ3TJujx

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Bambara groundnuts and weeds may not be at the top of most menus, but they could become a solution for our future food needs https://t.co/XLPQOAR9z9

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Vital parts of their ecosystems, trees also spark our imagination, inspire famous books, receive worship, and bear witness to history https://t.co/Et3MYjFWlq

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Watching the weekend fly by https://t.co/ucOf6KOo9t

Watching the weekend fly by https://t.co/ucOf6KOo9t

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The 19th Amendment did not technically guarantee any woman the right to vote. Here’s why—and why Black women suffered most https://t.co/L1MKIIapZj

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These previously banned hunting practices are now allowed in Alaska’s national preserves https://t.co/2AK3J319mN

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Nagasaki wasn't the first choice for a nuclear attack in August 1945. Last-minute choices doomed the Japanese port city https://t.co/l17mktnSXI

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A male Arctic wolf stands next to a remote camera and a muskox carcass in this photo by Ronan Donovan https://t.co/W2cNINUI1u

A male Arctic wolf stands next to a remote camera and a muskox carcass in this photo by Ronan Donovan https://t.co/W2cNINUI1u

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Reducing the number of scientists on the continent will mitigate the risk of an outbreak, but also disrupt urgent research https://t.co/2I3JkncNC6

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