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NBC Nightly News gives you a rare look around the underground of the Lincoln Memorial. Listen in on a short guided tour and use the 360 controls to see the charcoal drawings left by construction workers who helped build the foundation over 100 years ago. (More)

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The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya has rescued over 200 orphaned elephants. Orphans are bottle fed 36 pints of milk per day and stay in nursery for 3-4 years before transferring to locations in the Kenyan wilderness to begin re-integration to the wild. It can take up to 10 years before an elephant is ready to join an existing herd or start their own. Watch these elephants play, thrive, and grow up unframed by #Gear360.
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Can you imagine a world without elephants? With under 400,000 left on the planet, elephants are in danger of becoming extinct within our lifetime. For 40 years, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has been working to rescue and rehabilitate orphan elephants. In honor of World Elephant Day, we’re taking you on a 360° tour into an orphanage in Kenya that’s working to save elephants from extinction, unframed by Samsung #Gear360
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