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Environmental protection-sharing with you: Places we must save: National Geographic (linking to the article-2006)


Enemies Within: National Geographic

Enemies Within: National Geographic Scanner, FastStone, IrfanView were employed in the creation of this image (click to enlarge)

If you are interested in the subject of environlental portection, and think you woould enjoy reading the article…then well…..you can access it  

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Just a thought:  More than just uploading beutiful pictures because if pictures can tell a thousand words they might as well hide them too! Words have their meaning! Read more!

National Geographic: Thin Ice


Thin Ice

Forever Wild: National Geographic


Forever Wild

Glacial Terror: National Geographic


Glacial Terror

National Geographic 2014 Hybrid Giant Pythons found in Florida – Best Travel Check out Monster Quest!


National Geographic 2014 Hybrid Giant Pythons found in Florida – Best Travel

National Geographic Channel: (go there!)


National Geographic

National Geographic (go there!)

The Secret World of Dragonflies|National Geographic: Season’s Greetings from EUZICASA!


The Secret World of Dragonflies

The Root Stops Here | National Geographic (watch this 44 min. video at Euzicasa or You Tube)


The Root Stops Here

To a Billionth of a Meter: Go Inside a Telescope Mirror Factory |National Geographic


To a Billionth of a Meter: Go Inside a Telescope Mirror Factory

CROWD CONTROL AIRS MONDAYS at 9P.


Crowd Control: Rule Your World: Travel Tricks

Biologist Illuminates Glowing Underwater World | National Geographic Magazine


Biologist Illuminates Glowing Underwater World

from National Geographic – Inside an Ebola Clinic in West Africa


Inside an Ebola Clinic in West Africa

this pressed for your right to know: Photos: ‘Living On A Dollar A Day’ Features Stark Portraits of Humanity|NewsWeek


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Living on a dollar a day seems nearly unfathomable, but roughly one in six people in our world do on a daily basis. For her work Living On A Dollar A Day, photographer Renée C. Byer teamed up with San Francisco nonprofit The Forgotten International and ventured to four continents to capture intimate stills of people affected by extreme poverty.

“For me it’s very important to go behind the scenes and into their home to find pieces of daily life that everyone can relate to,” Byers said in an interview with National Geographic. “So people aren’t seeing a photo that will push them away, but will pull them back into the scene. So they’re not being overwhelmed by the emotion, but they’re able to relate to the emotion. So that they can imagine themselves trying to live this life, and in some way, hopefully, they could help.”

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Photos: ‘Living On A Dollar A Day’ Features Stark Portraits of Humanity | newsweek

this pressed: National Geographic Magazine: Sugar (an industry once run with slave labor… now enslaving through addiction everyone globally!)


Picture of sugar being sprinkled on a donut

Sugar : We were smitten 10,000 years ago on the island of New Guinea. Today the average American downs 22.7 teaspoons a day.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC YOUTUBE CHANNEL – Mick and Will build a primitive shelter with some creature comforts. THE LEGEND OF MICK DODGE AIRS TUESDAYS at 10P.


Published on Jan 31, 2014

Mick and Will build a primitive shelter with some creature comforts. THE LEGEND OF MICK DODGE AIRS TUESDAYS at 10P.

 

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YOUTUBE: Mick-chanic


Published on Jan 31, 2014

During a quick trip into town for winter supplies Mick demonstrates his on-the-grid talents. THE LEGEND OF MICK DODGE AIRS TUESDAYS at 10P.

 

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Photographer Rosamond Purcell: Collection Obsession Yields Strange, Fascinating Photos



Crowded with bones and artifacts, the back rooms of natural history collections have become places of fascination for photographer Rosamond Purcell. Each of her remarkable images starts with a specimen “ready to have its picture taken.”

See a gallery of Purcell’s photographs:
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/ne…

 

Halloween Special: Real-Life Vampires Hunt with Stealth -Trick or Treat?



Armed with sharp teeth, a blood-lapping tongue, and an anticoagulant in its saliva, the vampire bat’s attack is so subtle that it can sometimes feast undetected. Daniel Streicker, a National Geographic grantee and University of Glasgow research fellow, explores the bats’ sophisticated hunting strategy. (Some of this footage is a demonstration in a controlled laboratory environment.)

Just in time for Halloween, read more about nature’s real-life bloodsuckers:
http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.c…

 

National Geographic Live! : Nalini Nadkarni: For the Love of Trees



National Geographic Live! Nalini Nadkarni: For the Love of Trees
National Geographic grantee and forest ecologist Nalini Nadkarni is known for using nontraditional pathways to raise awareness of nature’s importance to human lives, working with artists, preachers, musicians, and even prisoners.

Upcoming Events at National Geographic Live!
http://events.nationalgeographic.com/…

The National Geographic Live! series brings thought-provoking presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists right to your YouTube feed. Each presentation is filmed in front of a live audience at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C. New clips air every Monday.

 

Killing Kennedy: Behind the Scenes



Go behind the scenes with the actors and crew of the National Geographic global movie event, Killing Kennedy. KILLING KENNEDY PREMIERES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 at 8P.

National Geographic – Gyre: Creating Art From a Plastic Ocean


Published on Aug 21, 2013

In this full-length web exclusive, National Geographic journeys along the remote Alaskan coast … in search of garbage. A team of scientists and artists investigates the buildup of marine debris washing out of the great gyres, or currents, in the Pacific Ocean. Called the Gyre Expedition, their goal is to create art from the trash they find to raise awareness about its impact on oceans and wildlife. Their artwork will become part of a traveling exhibition in 2014. 

Learn more about the expedition and the next phase of the Gyre Project:
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/gyre

 

Shackleton: From EpicFail to TrulyEpic



Sometimes it takes epic failure to reach history-making victory. Find out how famed 20th-century explorer Ernest Shackleton achieved success despite three doomed voyages to Antarctica.

Read more about failure—and why it’s important—in the September 2013 issue of National Geographic magazine:http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/201….

NEW AT EUZICASA: WIDGET ALLOWS YOU ACCESS TO THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WEBSITE….FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD…I THINK


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC -_- ACCESS HERE

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC -_- ACCESS HERE (CLICK TO ACCESS THE WEBSITE)

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From National Geographic -_- Culture & Places News -_ – Everest Tourism Changed Sherpa Lives


From National Geographic -_- Culture & Places News -_ - Everest Tourism Changed Sherpa Lives

From National Geographic -_- Culture & Places News -_ – Everest Tourism Changed Sherpa Lives

National Geographic -_ – Pictures We Love -_- June (just a thought: “National Geographic: Geography is our Personality!”


National Geographic -_ - Pictures We Love -_- June

National Geographic -_ – Pictures We Love -_- June



Published on Jun 19, 2012
National Geographic:-Hiroshima Nuclear Apocalypse

National Geographic Channel: Programming, videos, stories, documentaries, photography, and lots more! (now a easy access point by widget at euzicasa!)


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC_THE ’80s: The Decade That Made US

National Geographic_ the '80s_ The Decade That Made Us

National Geographic_ the ’80s_ The Decade That Made Us (click to access)

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National Geographic Live!: Here on Earth



Scientist, explorer, and conservationist Tim Flannery examines the impact of humans on the planet and asks if our species will survive.