Inside Nat Geo: It's all in the family

Inside Nat Geo: It's all in the family






As holidays approach, here are some of our best stories on what it means to be family.  | 
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INSIDE NAT GEO
your update on our top stories for Nov. 13
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Buried in Beads 4,000 Years Ago, This Chiefly Family Lives Again
In a Canadian First Nations community, high-tech facial reconstructions breathe new life into very old bones. "When my people come up and look at these, they say things like, that looks like my uncle and that looks like his wife," one tribe member said.
MEET A SHÍSHÁLH FAMILY
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FURTHER: CSI Tools Bring a Mummy's Face to Life +
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How Photographing Albinism Changed This Family's Future
While shooting a story about the condition, Stephanie Sinclair and her husband decided to adopt two albino children from China. "Ours is a family created not through blood lines, but love," Sinclair says.
Meet Their Family
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FURTHER:A Photojournalist Comes Home to America +
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Two Champions, One Family
For Maurice and Alicia Ashley, winning runs in the family. These unstoppable siblings are world-class in their fields: Maurice is an International Chess Grandmaster, while Alicia is a World Boxing Champion.
MEET THE ASHLEYS
FURTHER: This Young Filmmaker Fears Her Tribe's Story Will Be Forgotten +
|    WEIRD ANIMAL QUESTION OF THE WEEK    |
Can Cats Recognize Their Grandparents?
Some felines (and many other animals) can likely sniff out their kin—but what they think of them is another matter.
MEET THE PURRENTS
FURTHER: Oh Baby! How Do Animal Families Reproduce? +
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This Dinosaur Is the 'Missing Link' in the Tyrannosaur Family Tree
"It's a weirdo," one paleontologist said of the unique, horse-sized species uncovered in 2016. Its discovery prompted a rethink of how some dinos are connected—though we humans all have that one family member that makes us wonder: How exactly are we related?
MEET THE DINOS
FURTHER: The Citrus Family Tree +
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