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Italy’s last wild steppe is seeing a renaissance
Italy’s last wild steppe is seeing a renaissance
This treaty promised the Cherokee a seat in Congress
This treaty promised the Cherokee a seat in Congress
230-million-year-old mystery fossil hints at pterosaurs’ origins
230-million-year-old mystery fossil hints at pterosaurs’ origins
How ballroom dancing went from elite pastime to dance hall craze
How ballroom dancing went from elite pastime to dance hall craze
Tuberculosis is killing this zoo's lemurs—but it hasn't closed
Tuberculosis is killing this zoo's lemurs—but it hasn't closed
Uncover hidden legends on Ireland’s southern coast
Uncover hidden legends on Ireland’s southern coast

Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory

Follow the escapades of young National Geographic Explorer Bertie Gregory as he travels the world capturing extraordinary footage of wild animals. Using a combination of technical wizardry, secret fieldcraft, and extreme perseverance, he and his team try to overcome challenges and dangers - and get as close as possible to wildlife on its own terms.
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Italy’s last wild steppe is seeing a renaissance
Italy’s last wild steppe is seeing a renaissance
Uncover hidden legends on Ireland’s southern coast
Uncover hidden legends on Ireland’s southern coast
Meet England's last cathedral stonemasons
Meet England's last cathedral stonemasons
Neon is making a comeback. Here’s why.
Neon is making a comeback. Here’s why.
Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
What the ice gets, the ice keeps
Go inside the discovery of Endurance, a century-old, legendary shipwreck found beneath the Antarctic sea ice.

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A noodle shop owner works covered in flour in what was once a densely populated enclave in British-controlled Hong Kong in this image from our photography archives.

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October 2022 Issue

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A 2,000-mile journey across the Taliban’s Afghanistan
A 2,000-mile journey across the Taliban’s Afghanistan
The Alps' magical ice caves risk vanishing
The Alps' magical ice caves risk vanishing
Their identity was forged through resistance
Their identity was forged through resistance
Meet fantastic beasts created by ‘painting’ with light
Meet fantastic beasts created by ‘painting’ with light
Inside the Irish ‘hell caves’ where Halloween was born
Inside the Irish ‘hell caves’ where Halloween was born

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