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What was the mystery message written on the mummy's wrappings?
What was the mystery message written on the mummy's wrappings?
Why it’s important to explore the science of touch
Why it’s important to explore the science of touch
Hundreds of dogs died in Virginia before the USDA acted
Hundreds of dogs died in Virginia before the USDA acted
Dolphins can identify their friends by taste, study shows
Dolphins can identify their friends by taste, study shows
13-foot-long stingray found in deep hole in Mekong River
13-foot-long stingray found in deep hole in Mekong River

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.

Before Detention

A Japanese-American woman, not realizing what lay ahead, poses for a photo in 1942 as her family enters a California internment camp in this image from our photography archives.

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June 2022 Issue

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How this feline became the biggest comeback in cat conservation
How this feline became the biggest comeback in cat conservation
Descending into one of the deepest caves on Earth
Descending into one of the deepest caves on Earth
Philippines' reefs are some of the most vibrant—but in peril
Philippines' reefs are some of the most vibrant—but in peril
Climate change comes for a favorite summer pastime: fishing
Climate change comes for a favorite summer pastime: fishing
These artists transform garbage into garb to take a stand
These artists transform garbage into garb to take a stand

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