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National Geographic

@NatGeo

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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:
an hour
Average replies
22
Average retweets
199
Average likes
968
Tweets with photos
11 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 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

85. worldwide

What to do with the kids this week? Here are ideas from glancing at a comet above to picking wild raspberry bushes and designing a backyard nature trail. https://t.co/jkRtJBMWWa Via @NatGeo and @NGKids https://t.co/IrAcwC2qBo

What to do with the kids this week? Here are ideas from glancing at a comet above to picking wild raspberry bushes and designing a backyard nature trail. https://t.co/jkRtJBMWWa Via @NatGeo and @NGKids https://t.co/IrAcwC2qBo

The decision, however, does not mean that the Hagia Sophia will immediately close to secular visitors and become a full-time place of worship https://t.co/zQBTtnwjtE

To help put a U.S. withdrawal—and the ramifications—in context, here's how the WHO came to be and how it works today https://t.co/Nk5aam5jZ8

Targeting a few food groups can be an easy way to promote brain health https://t.co/NH2V7RbaGp

The new rule was designed “without regard to concerns for the health and safety of students, instructors, and others,” says Harvard University President Larry Bacow https://t.co/l4nKA6uLgj

The sheer number and variety of castles suggests how profoundly the fortresses reflect Wales’ tumultuous history https://t.co/4ZZyjJvEqL

Is there such a thing as an effective mask that everyone will want to wear? https://t.co/BmUIasXc1X

Foot-long forked tongues. Venomous slobber. Of all the animals named after mythical reptiles, nothing compares to the Komodo dragon https://t.co/m1KRndnna5

Diving in these deep waters surrounded by islands and reef systems offers a glimpse of all types of life https://t.co/ZkrglLNfiG

The winner of this battle gets to eat the opponent https://t.co/SauXT6Vi5L

The U.K. has the highest number of COVID-19 fatalities in Europe, and shifting diagnoses can leave loved ones without answers https://t.co/WkLwv2n2eY

Thousands of miles from its native range, a single beluga was spotted off the coast of San Diego—the farthest south this species has ever been officially recorded https://t.co/DGfFCbie7Y

Standing atop a bridge, photographer Abdul Momin captured the colorful blur of plants and algae in the swell of a Bangladeshi river https://t.co/rlkF0gRaeU

Standing atop a bridge, photographer Abdul Momin captured the colorful blur of plants and algae in the swell of a Bangladeshi river https://t.co/rlkF0gRaeU

The predators that some feared would wipe out elk have instead proved to be a stabilizing force https://t.co/tzJENkx7pV

Mask compliance varies by age, geographical region, income level, and perhaps unsurprisingly, political viewpoints https://t.co/3vD7uh03Th

To help put a U.S. withdrawal—and the ramifications—in context, here's how the WHO came to be and how it works today https://t.co/iSMZDSAQDA

The sudden loss of visitors in the parks has driven an increase in poaching—usually by locals struggling to feed their families https://t.co/WO4FVHWvJo

The decision, however, does not mean that the Hagia Sophia will immediately close to secular visitors and become a full-time place of worship https://t.co/HYLD49ALwS

Many ancient civilizations produced early versions of ice cream, but the exact timing of its invention has been difficult to pin down https://t.co/5T9QBjP4O1

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