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Explore ‘lost cities’ of the Americas
Explore ‘lost cities’ of the Americas
10 of the most amazing dinosaurs discovered in 2021
10 of the most amazing dinosaurs discovered in 2021
The 12 most intriguing animal discoveries of 2021
The 12 most intriguing animal discoveries of 2021
5 environmental victories from 2021 that offer hope
5 environmental victories from 2021 that offer hope
The 21 most fascinating scientific discoveries of 2021
The 21 most fascinating scientific discoveries of 2021

Welcome to Earth

A Disney+ original series from National Geographic, ’Welcome to Earth,’ follows Will Smith on an extraordinary adventure around the world. Throughout the six-part limited series produced by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, Will is guided by explorers on an awe-inspiring journey, getting up close and personal with some of the most thrilling spectacles on the planet.
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Explore ‘lost cities’ of the Americas
Explore ‘lost cities’ of the Americas
These masked singers carry on an Irish Christmas tradition
These masked singers carry on an Irish Christmas tradition
How Christmas markets became a classic holiday tradition
How Christmas markets became a classic holiday tradition
How airlines are making travel easier for autistic passengers
How airlines are making travel easier for autistic passengers
These are the best travel photos of 2021
These are the best travel photos of 2021
Descendants of Cahokia
Archaeologists are piecing together Cahokia, an ancient American Indian metropolis near present-day St. Louis. But its story isn't finished yet. Hear how an Osage anthropologist is striving to protect the burial mounds and sacred shrines that remain.

December 2021 Issue

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Think you know the planet? ‘Welcome to Earth’ will test that.
Think you know the planet? ‘Welcome to Earth’ will test that.
Why the wildebeest is the unlikely king of the Serengeti
Why the wildebeest is the unlikely king of the Serengeti
My visit with the spiritual voice of the hidden Serengeti
My visit with the spiritual voice of the hidden Serengeti
This plant no longer exists. But you can still smell it.
This plant no longer exists. But you can still smell it.

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