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National Geographic’s hit ‘Overheard’ podcast is coming back for a season 2 in October and will explore stories like how beavers imp...
Back for a second season, the 'Overheard at National Geographic' podcast aims to inform readers about important topics through 'outlandish' stories.
Striking National Geographic photos shows the world’s disappearing animals one by one, from red pandas to woolly monkeys
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore documents endangered species through a project called The Photo Ark.
National Geographic is highlighting women all over the world. Here are 13 powerful images that capture women's strength throughout the decades.
Here’s what Disney Plus, the company’s $7-a-month answer to Netflix, looks like when you open it for the first time
Disney Plus launches on November 12, for just $7 a month. If you're familiar with Netflix, you should have no issues navigating this new service.
The winner of this year’s National Geographic Travel Photo Contest is a picture of a tiny village in Greenland where the building colors signify...
Photographer Weimin Chu's "Greenlandic Winter" depicts a family walking past the colorful buildings of Upernavik, Greenland.
A couple and their 3-year-old son were killed after lightning struck their farm in Malaysia – here’s how lightning is made and why it̵...
Lightning kills more than 2,000 people around the world every year, with survivors suffering long-term symptoms and life-altering ailments.
‘Slime-coloured’ kaya and egg whites with the clarity of ‘dead fish eyes’: National Geographic description of traditional brea...
The article is actually about a foreign writer's obsession for kaya and love of the Singapore culture.
From the geysers of Yellowstone National Park to the stunning White Mountains of New Hampshire, each location will fuel your wanderlust.
The directors of Oscar-winning documentary ‘Free Solo’ explain why they made the risky decision to film Alex Honnold’s 3,000 foot cl...
"Free Solo" filmmakers Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin explain the months of reflection that led them to decide to make a documentary about Alex Honnold's attempt to climb the El Capitan wall in Yosemite National Park.
Ancient graves hid the skeletons of 269 children and 466 llamas who were ritually sacrificed, and archaeologists still don’t know why
Archaeologists uncovered 269 children, 466 llamas, and 3 adults that had been ritually killed near the modern-day coastal town of Huanchaco, Peru.