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A circle of life in the Okavango Basin
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The science behind the powerful Tonga eruption
The science behind the powerful Tonga eruption
It’s summer in Antarctica. Here’s how to explore responsibly.
It’s summer in Antarctica. Here’s how to explore responsibly.
Could viruses cause Alzheimer's? COVID-19 studies offer clues.
Could viruses cause Alzheimer's? COVID-19 studies offer clues.
The endangered axolotl has found fame—is that enough to save it?
The endangered axolotl has found fame—is that enough to save it?

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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It’s summer in Antarctica. Here’s how to explore responsibly.
It’s summer in Antarctica. Here’s how to explore responsibly.
These vintage photos show the timeless allure of travel
These vintage photos show the timeless allure of travel
Discover unparalleled experiences in Seoul where you least expect
Discover unparalleled experiences in Seoul where you least expect
How climbers faced down this harrowing ‘death zone’
How climbers faced down this harrowing ‘death zone’
Four seasons of culture in Georgia
Four seasons of culture in Georgia
Resurrecting Notre-Dame de Paris
National Geographic photographer Tomas van Houtryve scales Notre Dame’s heights and plumbs the depths of its eight centuries of history as the cathedral is being recalled to life after a devastating fire in 2019.

February 2022 Issue

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Which cultural sites should be preserved—and how?
Which cultural sites should be preserved—and how?
Follow the journey to K2’s summit in the deadliest season
Follow the journey to K2’s summit in the deadliest season
These fish are doting parents, builders, and dancers
These fish are doting parents, builders, and dancers
The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world
The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world
A new beetle species found in Triassic feces, and more breakthroughs
A new beetle species found in Triassic feces, and more breakthroughs

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