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Snapchat users can upload photos and videos onto the new Snap Map. When a topic is trending, it'll pop up on a heat map. The image above is a composite of Snapchat screen grabs. Shelby Knowles/NPR hide caption

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Elise Tries pore vacuuming in South Korea. Illustration by CJ Riculan/NPR hide caption

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Video: That Time We Tried Pore Vacuuming In South Korea

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Video: Animal Cafes Are Cool, But Does A Raccoon Cafe Go Too Far?

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Hindenburg's passenger quarters featured observation windows on both the port and starboard sides that opened for fresh air and taking photographs. Courtesy of The Smithsonian National Postal Museum hide caption

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Peep Show: Watch Us Calculate The Speed Of Light With Stale Easter Treats

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Why Does A Frozen Lake Sound Like A Star Wars Blaster?

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While feasting on a breakfast of hearty grains, the ewes at Dayspring Dairy are milked in two aisles with 12 ewes per aisle. Some have names like Valentine, Fuzzy Nibbleton, July, Cannonball and Latte. Meg McKinney for NPR hide caption

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Chris Green, a tribal member, and his son get the dogs out early to round up a herd at Big Cypress Reservation. Carlton Ward Jr/National Geographic Creative hide caption

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South Florida's Seminole Cowboys: Cattle Is 'In Our DNA'

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(Left) A reporter waits backstage at the Wells Fargo Center. (Center) Vincent Evans, a delegate from Florida, watches first lady Michelle Obama give her speech. (Right) Guy Fawkes masks are lined up to be sold at Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park, just outside the arena. Gabriella Demczuk for NPR hide caption

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