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“We are all interconnected,” the famed primatologist, and a leading voice in conservation efforts, told the PBS NewsHour. “And if we don’t get that lesson from this pandemic, then maybe we never will.”…
By Joshua Barajas
National Geographic has long provided a unique lens to view the world -- one that has sometimes distorted the lives of people of color. Now the 130-year-old magazine turns the lens on itself, with an issue devoted to the topic…
By Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Two new documentaries on Dian Fossey and Jane Goodall spotlight the complicated and contrasting paths they took toward scientific greatness.
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A Pakistan judge ordered the deportation of "Afghan girl" Sharbat Gula. The nation has been cracking down on Afghan migrants living in the country illegally.
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How do you capture in one frame, the landscape of Yellowstone’s geysers, the majesty in the peaks of the Mount Denali, or the vast expanse of the Grand Canyon?…
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There’s a man walking around the planet. He’s not doing it to set a record, he’s not on some religious quest, he’s just doing it to tell our stories. I has lucky enough to walk a few miles with him.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
National Geographic's media properties, including its iconic magazine, will join a new venture with 21st Century Fox in a $725 million deal to expand the partnership between the two companies.
By Corinne Segal
Tyrone Turner, a National Geographic photographer who grew up in New Orleans, documented New Orleans' culture of celebration and the families that have helped it survive in the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina.
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