There’s Water Inside the Moon—More Than We Thought | National Geographic

Inside, the moon is likely much wetter than thought. Scientific data from a lunar satellite reveals water in nearly all the moon’s large volcanic flows. The discovery may improve our understanding of how the moon formed, and it hints that volcanic regions could even provide water for future lunar explorers.
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Watch: Curious Puffin Befriends a Tourist | National Geographic

A tourist in the Shetland Isles, Scotland, made an unlikely friend—a puffin.
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Atlantic puffins live most of their lives at sea, and they only come onto land to breed. 60 percent of the world’s population lives in Iceland, and they have been historically hunted for their feathers and meat. The bird showed no signs of fear, even stopping under the tourist’s leg and tapping at her camera lens. After a few minutes the puffin wandered off, leaving the tourist with an unforgettable experience.

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There May Be More Water in the Moon Than We Thought

Scientists at Brown University think glass beads found in volcanic deposits on the moon suggest the moon’s interior is much wetter than previously thought, according to a study published July 24 in “Nature Geoscience.”
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This Bizarre Sea Creature is Snake-like and Has Tentacles | National Geographic

Meet one of the world’s longest sea cucumbers, which has tentacles on its head.
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A diver filmed this bizarre sea creature at the bottom of the Red Sea off Egypt. It’s likely its species is Synapta maculata—one of the world’s largest sea cucumbers. They can grow to be seven to ten feet long, and they filter feed by capturing floating organic matter with their feather-like tentacles.

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This Empty Quarry Transformed Into a Waterfall-Filled Lake | National Geographic

See how floodwaters transformed a quarry into a lake with flowing waterfalls.
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Aerial footage taken on July 12 shows how floodwaters transformed an empty quarry into a surreal nature scene. Heavy rainfall in southeastern Wisconsin caused massive flooding in the city of Burlington. Floodwaters from the swollen Fox River poured into a nearby quarry, turning the deep pit into a temporary lake with flowing waterfalls.

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Watch: Sinkhole Destroys Homes in Florida | National Geographic

Watch a sinkhole destroy Florida homes in minutes.
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A sinkhole swallowed and destroyed two homes in a Florida suburb on July 14, 2017. No one was hurt, but nearby homes had to be evacuated. Sinkholes form when the surface of the ground collapses into an empty space underneath it. They’re common in areas where the underlying rock is easily dissolved by groundwater. Heavy rains and activities that suddenly drain water from the ground can lead to sinkholes, which are difficult to prevent or predict.

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