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How the climate bill will dramatically cut U.S. emissions
How the climate bill will dramatically cut U.S. emissions
Images revisit the railways that united Bengal before Partition
Images revisit the railways that united Bengal before Partition
These border villages still struggle 75 years after Partition
These border villages still struggle 75 years after Partition
Why do animals love to bask in the sun? It's not just to stay warm.
Why do animals love to bask in the sun? It's not just to stay warm.
The science of why you have great ideas in the shower
The science of why you have great ideas in the shower
Mysteries lurk below Iceland's restless volcanoes
Mysteries lurk below Iceland's restless volcanoes

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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Mysteries of a medieval Kingdom
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Secrets for hiring great local guides
Secrets for hiring great local guides
On the trail of South Africa’s miracle tea
On the trail of South Africa’s miracle tea
Sailors, sirens, and surfers of the Basque Coast
Sailors, sirens, and surfers of the Basque CoastVideo Story
Here’s why you should keep a travel journal
Here’s why you should keep a travel journal
The triumph and tragedy of Indian independence
When India and Pakistan gained their independence from Britain, a border was drawn between the two new countries. The split started a chain reaction of violence that led to one of the largest forced migrations in human history.

Mud Bath

Orphaned elephants partake in their daily mud bath in Tsavo East National Park, Kenya, in this image from our photography archives.

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August 2022 Issue

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In This Issue

How innovative tech reveals Stonehenge's secrets as never before
How innovative tech reveals Stonehenge's secrets as never before
India is reinventing its energy strategy
India is reinventing its energy strategy
Dazzling photos show horseshoe crabs thriving in protected area
Dazzling photos show horseshoe crabs thriving in protected area
In search of lost magical summers in the Catskills
In search of lost magical summers in the Catskills
Legends of Texas come alive along this wild frontier
Legends of Texas come alive along this wild frontier

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