@natgeo - Twitter Profile Analysis

Analysis of 200 tweets by National Geographic, from 28 May 2021 to 10 Jun 2021.

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National Geographic

verified twitter profile @NatGeo

Taking our understanding and awareness of the world further for more than 130 years


61,286 tweets
25,847,062 followers
7,518 favourites
15 tweets per day
2008 since
169 following
64,143 listed
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Tweets

154 tweets
3 retweets
43 replies
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Twitter Client

135 Khoros Publishing
48 Twitter Web App
14 Twitter Media Studio
2 Twitter for iPhone
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Retweets

2 - InsideNatGeo
1 - Sarah_Gibbens
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Replies

43 - NatGeo
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Hashtags

8 - #WorldOceansDay
4 - #Tulsa100
3 - #MemorialDay
2 - #APAHM
2 - #TulsaRaceMassacre
2 - #OverheardNatGeo
1 - #InternationalDinosaurDay
1 - #PrideMonth
1 - #Uncharted
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1 - @NatGeo
1 - @Tuchto
1 - @michele_norris
1 - @NASA
1 - @GordonRamsay
1 - @jacklosh

Top Tweets by @natgeo

National Geographic
@NatGeo
Looking past the "ick factor," parasites can be just as important as more charismatic animals—and many may be on the verge of disappearing https://t.co/RwQLoH87Yd
10 Jun, 2021 - 04:05 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
After more than a year without income from tourism, Thailand's 3,800 captive elephants and their owners are in crisis https://t.co/9jq7APaHjs
10 Jun, 2021 - 02:10 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
Eliciting both neutralizing antibodies and a T-cell response, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was shown to protect people from severe disease even in areas where the variants are widely circulating https://t.co/HGGe0cZjzc
10 Jun, 2021 - 12:11 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
Need a break? Turn your sound on for some fantastic commentary https://t.co/pO3BhZUesa
09 Jun, 2021 - 10:19 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
In five to 10 years, ultra fast-charging EV batteries might be possible, but there are still science and engineering challenges to overcome before they are both technically feasible and affordable https://t.co/44NP7tXDCP
09 Jun, 2021 - 09:15 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Geologic clues from our planet’s distant past reveal that today’s coastlines won’t last forever—but others will arise to take their place https://t.co/6y2YInwzAj
09 Jun, 2021 - 06:09 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
On June 10, millions of people across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere will be able to witness the majesty of a solar eclipse https://t.co/OTrzsI006Z
09 Jun, 2021 - 04:01 PM UTC
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@NatGeo
Globally, there are seven definitions of what is considered a plastic bag—and that complicates efforts to reduce their proliferation https://t.co/pScyT2BOj5
09 Jun, 2021 - 02:53 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Congratulations to John Barton on becoming the May Your Shot Photographer of the Month! In this photo, a surfboat navigates a narrow channel in front of a small island in the Mentawai archipelago, Indonesia https://t.co/NPer7lIRdV
09 Jun, 2021 - 10:30 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
These mesmerizing photos capture the contours drawn by birds in the sky—that is, if they were visible https://t.co/oUNPdOHqjL
09 Jun, 2021 - 06:10 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
The forces of volcanism, wind, water, sun, and yes, people, are constantly reshaping Earth’s landscape https://t.co/MTHQSVYg55
09 Jun, 2021 - 04:07 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
Also the first gray whale ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere, the male cetacean broke the record for longest distance ever recorded in a marine vertebrate—more than 16,700 miles https://t.co/yrgDq1TbuW
09 Jun, 2021 - 02:10 AM UTC
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@NatGeo
After more than a year without income from tourism, Thailand's 3,800 captive elephants and their owners are in crisis https://t.co/xvDoe5iRVw
09 Jun, 2021 - 12:05 AM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
When the local community in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico, observed that their fish population was declining, they created a marine protected area to give the reef a chance to recover #WorldOceansDay #PristineSeas https://t.co/LUDFZK9eAD
08 Jun, 2021 - 10:24 PM UTC
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@NatGeo
The Empire State Trail serves as a continuous, year-round corridor crisscrossing 750 miles of mountains, historic landmarks, brewpubs, and the “Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks” https://t.co/U6USMdBLVZ
08 Jun, 2021 - 08:24 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @natgeo

Sarah Gibbens
@Sarah_Gibbens
ICYMI: Yesterday Nat Geo officially decided to label the Southern Ocean on its maps. I explain what makes it distinct and why giving it this official status matters. https://t.co/VIIKaE0zB8
09 Jun, 2021 - 01:59 PM UTC
National Geographic Society
@InsideNatGeo
Meet Jahawi Bertolli — an Explorer, filmmaker, photographer, and music producer from Kenya who specializes in wildlife and the underwater world. He strives to portray the beauty, power, and vulnerability of wild environments. https://t.co/GMQS5hEvJI
01 Jun, 2021 - 10:34 PM UTC
National Geographic Society
@InsideNatGeo
Explorer and native Hawaiian geneticist @KeoluFox is determined to better understand genome science by advocating for more inclusive and representative genome sequencing. Hear more about how he is working to redefine norms from 2018 #NatGeoFest. https://t.co/kVTmwmzDOx
26 May, 2021 - 11:24 PM UTC