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June 30, 2013: Avoiding Hippos and Crocs, Racing Up (and Down) Mt. Rainier, and More

Every week, embark with host Boyd Matson on an exploration of the latest discoveries and interviews with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, on National Geographic Weekend. Please check listings near you to find the best way to listen to National Geographic Weekend, or pick your favorite segments and listen now below! Episode: 1326 – Air Date:…

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Photos: Hot-Pink Slug And 5 Other Rosy Animals

The brightly colored slug we covered last week has National Geographic readers tickled pink.  Luckily for you, there are several more rosy-colored creatures found in nature. Some are supposed to be pink, while others get their hue from genetic mutations. Check out our roundup of pink animals—and hold the rose-colored glasses. Pink Hippopotamus In 2010, a young,…

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Photos: Hot-Pink Slug And 5 Other Rosy Animals

The brightly colored slug we covered last week has National Geographic readers tickled pink.  Luckily for you, there are several more rosy-colored creatures found in nature. Some are supposed to be pink, while others get their hue from genetic mutations. Check out our roundup of pink animals—and hold the rose-colored glasses. Pink Hippopotamus In 2010, a young,…

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