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Jackie Snow

Jackie Snow is a contributing writer for National Geographic, where she's covered stories that span technology, history, and conservation—from a radioactive fountain of youth, to an artificial intelligence algorithm that fights poaching, to a boat that sailed freight to Manhattan for the first time in 60 years, and even the longest cat-proof fence in the United States.

For National Geographic Traveler, she's written about religious sites around the world and where to go out at night in Brooklyn.

She is a multimedia journalist currently living in Washington, D.C. She’s been published by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, Lenny Letter, and others.

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