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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeo and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
23
Average retweets
251
Average likes
1486
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
11 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. in category Media House

1. globally and in category Media House

8. globally and in category Media

10. globally

11. in category Media

87. worldwide

While the pandemic has greatly diminished tourism, Ecuador is eager to rebound—with chocolate as an incentive https://t.co/YgiwNN1ltQ

Personalized disaster prep has grown into a multimillion-dollar business, fueled by an endless stream of new and evolving threats https://t.co/A8YDriQpTI

We asked Black travel leaders about the legacy of the historic guidebook. This is what they had to say https://t.co/8zTZiShT4N

Are you as stuffed as this adorable flying fox? https://t.co/I1xo1cY6Af

Early results have revealed that the vaccine had triggered a strong immune response—including increased antibodies and responses from T cells—with only minor side effects such as fatigue and headache https://t.co/QdQARVBU79

If family obligations necessitate travel, experts encourage minimizing the risk wherever possible—here are 10 tips to help https://t.co/kGcq1rgH0C

Not only are our closest animal kin more susceptible due to genetics, like us their highly social behavior also puts them in peril https://t.co/Ca6JTBIb80

A female snowy owl lands at its nest as its mate watches, holding a lemming captured for its nestlings. Read more about Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve here: https://t.co/HERrrN9OPd https://t.co/2jg2Z0C74g

A female snowy owl lands at its nest as its mate watches, holding a lemming captured for its nestlings. Read more about Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve here: https://t.co/HERrrN9OPd https://t.co/2jg2Z0C74g

Try teaching kids facts about the real first feast while doing science experiments using Thanksgiving ingredients https://t.co/FfRweyYjKo

The brutal killing of an Indigenous family from the Mastanahua tribe in the Peruvian Amazon has local tribes on edge and authorities searching for answers https://t.co/QsDQmvpvUE

A dangerous combination of limited medical resources, stigma, and politicized opinions around public health guidance has made coronavirus difficult to track in rural areas https://t.co/mLa4kM3VVh

Plants may have unexpected resources that could help them survive—and perhaps even thrive—in a hotter, more carbon-rich future https://t.co/50FRTh0thv

Enjoy this month’s curation—and remember to document joy where it arises in your life https://t.co/It3fpuYwKy

Archaeologists now believe that Stonehenge and its surrounding structures were connected by cultural relationships and spiritual meanings https://t.co/UfaP77Gtfb

Sloth bears feed on ants and termites, but often attack people when startled—and conflict with humans is rising https://t.co/2Us5ALJBAb

From 2019: The flying reptile was mostly head and neck—and had at least a 16-foot wingspan, if not bigger https://t.co/ZAwStmGUsb

While you can’t eliminate the risk of catching coronavirus while traveling, you can certainly minimize it https://t.co/VRvcZIsvgW

This is a feather star—an ancient species of marine invertebrate https://t.co/XLKAdb821z

Local organizations have become part of a widespread, informal network of support for vulnerable communities in Athens https://t.co/alpEII1BJo

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