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Updates on the coronavirus pandemic
NASA's Mars helicopter gets ready to make history
What happens to street cats when tourists suddenly disappear?
Why the St. Vincent volcano has such a deadly reputation
My lunch with Prince Philip
31 vintage images from the Nat Geo archives that take you back in time
Does everyone need to wear a mask outside? Experts weigh in.
Does everyone need to wear a mask outside? Experts weigh in.
Once-rare Arctic lightning is now more frequent—and may reshape the region
Once-rare Arctic lightning is now more frequent—and may reshape the region
Why Ramadan is the most sacred month in Islamic culture
Why Ramadan is the most sacred month in Islamic culture

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Explore Alaska’s Wild Wonders
Explore Alaska’s Wild Wonders
Experience the Magic of the Galápagos
Experience the Magic of the Galápagos
Explore America’s National Parks
Explore America’s National Parks

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What happens to street cats when tourists suddenly disappear?
Here’s how to enjoy mud hiking safely
How to save a lighthouse? Sleep in one.
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This U.S. national park has the world’s longest cave system

April 2021 Issue

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Air pollution kills millions every year, like a ‘pandemic in slow motion’
Air pollution kills millions every year, like a ‘pandemic in slow motion’
See how polluted air attacks our bodies
See how polluted air attacks our bodies
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The songs that defined Aretha Franklin’s record-breaking career
How pain and passion shaped the genius of Aretha Franklin
How America’s most endangered cat could help save Florida
A world ablaze: These maps show the devastating paths of wildfires
An urgent question hangs over catastrophic wildfires: What’s in that toxic smoke?

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