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Dolphins can identify their friends by taste, study shows for the first time
Dolphins can identify their friends by taste, study shows for the first time
This woman navigates the Pacific without technology
This woman navigates the Pacific without technology
10 places where you can ditch your car this summer
10 places where you can ditch your car this summer
Nightlife: animals after dark
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Their house has stood 130 years. A new fire era may change that.
Their house has stood 130 years. A new fire era may change that.
How U.S. abortion laws went from nonexistent to acrimonious
How U.S. abortion laws went from nonexistent to acrimonious

Explorer: The Last Tepui

The Disney+ Earth Day special from National Geographic, 'Explorer: The Last Tepui,' follows elite climber Alex Honnold ('Free Solo') and an elite climbing team as they attempt to climb up a sheer cliff and deliver a renowned scientist to the top of a tepui to search for undiscovered species.
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10 places where you can ditch your car this summer
10 places where you can ditch your car this summer
Six parks telling surprising stories of the American South
Six parks telling surprising stories of the American South
Discover the natural wonders along Georgia’s coast
Discover the natural wonders along Georgia’s coast
Here’s why hut-hiking is the best way to see New Zealand
Here’s why hut-hiking is the best way to see New Zealand
These are the 10 most popular national parks
These are the 10 most popular national parks
Bringing the dead to life
Is it possible to visualize a 1,200-year-old Peruvian queen or a medieval murder victim? Using forensic facial reconstruction, history “detective” Oscar Nilsson re-creates what the long dead looked like when they walked the Earth.

Buddhist Temple

Young Vietnamese Buddhists stand outside the Phuoc Hue Temple in Sydney, Australia, in this image from our photography archives.

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May 2022 Issue

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Why forests are our best chance for survival in a warming world
Why forests are our best chance for survival in a warming world
Explore one of the first forests on Earth
Explore one of the first forests on Earth
How a warming climate threatens forest elephants
How a warming climate threatens forest elephants
See the remarkable richness of life in Europe’s old-growth forests
See the remarkable richness of life in Europe’s old-growth forests
How Australia’s Aboriginal people fight fire—with fire
How Australia’s Aboriginal people fight fire—with fire

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