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April 2011
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Looking for an out-of-the-ordinary destination for your summer vacation? Check out these 10 top trips, picked by the editors of National Geographic Traveler.

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  We have five Webby nominations. If you like what we do, support our photography, magazine, video, kids, and television efforts.

  Our newest movie consists solely of user-submitted YouTube videos that were shot in a single day.

  Join leading thinkers at National Geographic's annual exchange of ideas and solutions, May 30-June 2 in Aspen.

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  Here's a gallery of the cutest photos—and puppies—you'll see all week. Ready, set, awwww.


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  Radio signals from alien auroras may help expand the search for new planets outside the solar system, astronomers suggest.

  The new species is the oldest member of a group of modern web weavers that spin five-foot webs, a new study says.

  Colliding tectonic plates along the Algerian and Sicilian coasts are creating a new zone of increased quake and tsunami risks, an expert says.

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