What did you learn this week? This week, we learned …
The National Geography Standards are a great jumping-off point for any learning style.
This vampire bat is feeding on a healthy calf, not a human!
Photograph by Bruce Dale, National GeographicPhotograph by Bruce Dale, National Geographic
What other animals drink up on human blood?
How do engineers make neon signs?
Where else do cyberattacks originate?
This classic Nat Geo map depicts climate change since 1960.
Map by National Geographic
How can you “act on climate”?
You can test the physics of motion using Super Mario, but can you test the physics of light speed with Peeps?
The so-called “Griffin Warrior” is also called the “Lord of the Four Rings” because of his beautiful gold signet rings.
Photograph by Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati
Who was the “Griffin Warrior” that is changing the way we think about Ancient Greece?
Black rhinos, like this beauty in Aberdare National Park, Kenya, are critically endangered. There are fewer than 6,000 in the wild.
Photograph by Steve Raymer, National Geographic
Why should we care about endangered species?
This beautiful illustration of the citrus family tree will appear in the February issue of National Geographic magazine.
Illustration by Monica Serrano, National Geographic
Which of our favorite citrus threatened by weather and bacteria?
Zoom, zoom, zoom on this beautiful map from the October 2015 issue of National Geographic magazine.
Map by National Geographic magazine
What is the annual precipitation in the Amazon? How does it compare to other regions?
That yellow border apparently means something. We’re Hufflepuffs. (Individually, I’m a Ravenclaw.)