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Barack Obama's victory tweet was the most retweeted tweet ever with more than 800K retweets.
🗓#OTD in 1960, the Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina was desegregated after 6 months of protests. Learn about why this was a key moment in history with @Dometi_ & @SmithsonianSec: https://t.co/uwha8M4oe9 #ConversationsInContext
World-renowned dog trainer, @VictoriaS is hosting a Facebook Live Q&A this Monday at 3 PM to answer all your pandemic puppy questions. Dog lovers: you don't want to miss this! #DogsWithJobs https://t.co/oUjhHpgmFo
Join me live on Monday! https://t.co/yztXfrezGC
This highly sought-after luxury sleeper train only has 30 tickets available per trip, and some wait years for tickets! We're talking about the Seven Stars of Kyushu in Japan. A new episode of Mighty Trains airs this Sunday at 8 PM. https://t.co/xFhHlQJakw
@smithsonian In the ancient Olympic Games, there were no gold, silver, or bronze medals. Winners were crowned with a wreath made of stems bearing leaves of wild olive. The specimen pictured was collected in Thermopylae, Greece by German botanist J. Mattfeld in 1926. https://t.co/dt0Kpyrr2u
As many as 500,000 tule elk once roamed the coast of California, but they were hunted to extinction in the mid-1860s. Now, a secret refuge offers them hope. Catch Aerial America tomorrow at 11 AM and tune in early for back-to-back episodes. https://t.co/1XtAQcSKAx
Join us as we examine the myriad ways animals sleep— all with original hand-drawn animation by artist Aurélie Beatley. Sign up for a (free!) screening of The Secret World of Animal Sleep & find out how the series was made in a post-screening talk and Q&A. https://t.co/MolctMl1qE