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This bunker holds the best record of how chemicals contaminate us
This bunker holds the best record of how chemicals contaminate us
Excavating lifestyles of the rich and English underneath London
Excavating lifestyles of the rich and English underneath London
Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
A Chicago museum disrupted an endangered bird's habitat
A Chicago museum disrupted an endangered bird's habitat
Hibernating bears could hold a clue to treating diabetes
Hibernating bears could hold a clue to treating diabetes
To practice saving Earth, NASA hit an asteroid with a spacecraft
To practice saving Earth, NASA hit an asteroid with a spacecraft

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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Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
Follow in the footsteps of samurai on this ancient trail
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10 national parks that have the best fall foliage
10 national parks that have the best fall foliage
Why do travel tales put people to sleep?
Why do travel tales put people to sleep?
Places to visit if you love ‘Star Wars’
Places to visit if you love ‘Star Wars’
What you do counts
The 22-year-old activist Eyal Weintraub has been at the forefront of Argentina’s nascent, youth-driven climate movement. Now, as a Nat Geo Young Explorer, he’s working to change the climate conversation across Latin America.

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A doctor examines a blood specimen with his students at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, 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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