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RT @InsideNatGeo: We are deeply saddened by the passing of National Geographic Explorer Isaiah Nengo, a brilliant paleoanthropologist, ment…

Thanks to a surveying error, a rogue patch of old-growth forest in Minnesota was protected from the state’s logging boom—and left untouched to this day on.natgeo.com/3tWD8XY

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The National Geographic Society has funded the work of paleoanthropologist Isaiah Nengo since 2018 twitter.com/turkanabasin/s…

The death of anthropologist Isaiah Nengo was announced in a tweet from the Turkana Basin Institute, where he was associate director. This profile of Nengo, a National Geographic Explorer, appears in the February issue on.natgeo.com/35l2yUP

It took photographer Tomas van Houtryve six months to get the aerial shot on the February cover—his first cover for the magazine on.natgeo.com/33HywtX

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