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As Germany's secret-police archive shutters, reckoning for its victims continues
A fire lookout shares the view from her mountaintop perch
Delta variant prompts venues to rethink how we stand in line
Five eco-friendly ways to start the school year
Spark your sense of wonder in Alberta’s cultural landscapes
Wild U.S. deer found with coronavirus antibodies
Goliath grouper fishing may be allowed in Florida again
Goliath grouper fishing may be allowed in Florida again
How sport climbing is helping to revitalize a Greek island
How sport climbing is helping to revitalize a Greek island
These see-through frogs are full of surprises
These see-through frogs are full of surprises

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15 Unique Ways to Explore Europe
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Travel Beyond Your Wildest Dreams
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Discover the Wonders of North America

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Delta variant prompts venues to rethink how we stand in line
Spark your sense of wonder in Alberta’s cultural landscapes
The secret life of sake, Japan’s national obsession
The revolutionary idea behind America’s urban trails
Dark sky tourism is on the rise across the U.S.
Cooling Cities By Throwing Shade
Fewer trees shade the poor neighborhoods of U.S. cities, but increasing the urban canopy involves more than just adding trees.

August 2021 Issue

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Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
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Meet one of Nat Geo’s amazing artists
Rising heat puts the Kalahari’s ecosystem on the edge of survival
In America’s hunger crisis, charities and neighbors are lifelines
The strange phenomenon of ‘space hurricanes,’ decoded
Ocean shark populations are tanking. This is how fast.

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