Learn Some Wild Animal Facts At Home With This New National Geographic Website!

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If you want to add some classic “edutainment” to your indoor time without having to go to Epcot, National Geographic has debuted a brand new online hub for kids and adults to go wild over.

[email protected] is tailor-made for kids of all ages to learn about the natural world through fun activities, quizzes, games and videos designed to teach social studies, geography, science and more.

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The Explorer Classroom is where your kids can talk face to face with Nat Geo Explorers filmmakers, scientists, and others in live talks as they share their experiences from around the world. You’ll also be able to live chat with a conservationist working to protect the endangered cotton-top tamarin monkey and a conversation with the head of Nat Geo’s Shark Tales team in future Explorer Classrooms.

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You can visit [email protected]’s website to jump in with your kids right now.

What weird new animal facts have you learned recently? Let us know down in the comments!

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