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Watch: Surfing Goat and 5 Other Animals That Catch Waves

newswatch.nationalgeographic.com — A California surfer buys a goat to clear his family's property of weeds and ends up teaching it to catch waves. If it sounds like a children's story or a funny YouTube video, it's both. Dana McGregor, of Pismo Beach, California, and his surfing female goat Goatee have gained notoriety on YouTube with spoof videos including "Goatbusters" and " Goatee & Me."
Sep 02, 2014

Now if only I could surf as well as these guys Watch: Surfing Goat and 5 Other Animals That Catch Waves on.natgeo.com/1vKrUSa via @NatGeo

Sep 02, 2014

Surf's up for an alpaca, goats, a cat, dogs, and other surfing animals. Which is your favorite? newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2014/09/02/sur…

Sep 02, 2014

My NatGeo colleagues and I just cracked up watching this video of a surfing pig. See more animals that catch waves: bit.ly/1uuTTkV

Adventure Dreams: 10 Classic Adventures

adventure.nationalgeographic.com — These are the quintessential adventure experiences you organize your year around because they require fitness, specialized gear, and maybe a large chunk of time off work. Our top ten cover life-list terrain in the mountains, ocean, and the desert and include the expert advice, gear tips, and training ideas you'll need to go from dream to reality.
Sep 02, 2014

RT @ngadventure: Adventure Dreams: Raft the Grand Canyon, Arizona - Inspiration, Gear, Training - on.natgeo.com/1ocsSNZ

As California Warms, Greener Mountains Will Mean Less Water for People

news.nationalgeographic.com — Climate change will put more trees on the mountains but less water in the rivers, study says.
Sep 02, 2014

@NatGeo: Climate change will put more trees on the mountains but less water in the rivers: on.natgeo.com/1qYKtef

National Geographic Expedition Granted -

expeditiongranted.nationalgeographic.com — How do students in the top-performing school systems in the world get to be so smart? By having great teachers!