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This is Tokyo: 10 nature escapes without leaving the metropolis
This is Tokyo: 10 nature escapes without leaving the metropolis
What climate change means for the future of coffee
What climate change means for the future of coffee
Why Southern California is the ideal surfing spot for all ages
Why Southern California is the ideal surfing spot for all ages
World’s brightest x-rays reveal COVID-19’s damage to the body
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Orcas found to kill blue whales for first time
Orcas found to kill blue whales for first time
Refugees bring their stories to the world with cameras
Refugees bring their stories to the world with cameras

Welcome to Earth

A Disney+ original series from National Geographic, ’Welcome to Earth,’ follows Will Smith on an extraordinary adventure around the world. Throughout the six-part limited series produced by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, Will is guided by explorers on an awe-inspiring journey, getting up close and personal with some of the most thrilling spectacles on the planet.
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Why Southern California is the ideal surfing spot for all ages
Why Southern California is the ideal surfing spot for all ages
‘Nanobubbles’ and tour boats could rescue this Mexican wetland
‘Nanobubbles’ and tour boats could rescue this Mexican wetland
This 1882 surveying error saved a patch of forest from logging
This 1882 surveying error saved a patch of forest from logging
Should you buy carbon offsets for your air travel?
Should you buy carbon offsets for your air travel?
How cruise lines are adapting to COVID-19 in the age of Omicron
How cruise lines are adapting to COVID-19 in the age of Omicron
The Arctic story hunter
National Geographic photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva invites us to experience the unexpected beauty of her childhood home in the Siberian Arctic.

Lone Boab

A boab tree stands solitary in the bush near Wyndham, Australia, in this image from our photography archives.

February 2022 Issue

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Which cultural sites should be preserved—and how?
Which cultural sites should be preserved—and how?
Follow the journey to K2’s summit in the deadliest season
Follow the journey to K2’s summit in the deadliest season
These fish are doting parents, builders, and dancers
These fish are doting parents, builders, and dancers
The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world
The hidden beauty of the plants that feed the world
A new beetle species found in Triassic feces, and more breakthroughs
A new beetle species found in Triassic feces, and more breakthroughs

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