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Updates on the coronavirus pandemic
CDC: Fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors
This Chinese monk’s epic, east-to-west travels rivals Marco Polo’s
Why vaccine side effects really happen, and when you should worry
Montana has made killing wolves easier. Some hunters are pushing back.
The Great Plains prairie needs fire to survive. These ranchers are bringing it back.
The Himalaya mountains are ‘breathing,’ geologists say
The Himalaya mountains are ‘breathing,’ geologists say
See how American Muslims celebrate Islam’s holiest holiday
See how American Muslims celebrate Islam’s holiest holiday
These lizards use bubbles to breathe underwater
These lizards use bubbles to breathe underwater

Travel

Explore Alaska’s Wild Wonders
Explore Alaska’s Wild Wonders
Experience the Magic of the Galápagos
Experience the Magic of the Galápagos
Top Destinations to Explore in 2022
Top Destinations to Explore in 2022

Latest Stories

Dutch tulip farmers hope for a post-pandemic boom
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See millions of years of history while beachcombing in San Francisco
Hiking a desert park? Here’s how to help preserve the landscape
What does a COVID-19 outbreak mean for life at Everest’s base camp?
Camping on Sea Ice with Whale Hunters
National Geographic photographer Kiliii Yuyan recounts his time living on the Arctic sea ice with Inupiat whale hunters as he documented how climate change threatens their way of life.


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May 2021 Issue

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Here’s how whales sing, from yaps to fin slaps
Here’s how whales sing, from yaps to fin slaps
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In This Issue

Why we’re optimistic we can save our oceans
He found the Titanic, but for Robert Ballard the search never ends
Eye-catching abstract photos reveal mining’s scars on our planet
They spent 28 days under the sea—and found another Earth
See Iceberg Alley, where huge icebergs are driven by sea currents

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