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No, World Cup Fans Didn't Trigger an Earthquake. Here's Why loading...
No, World Cup Fans Didn't Trigger an Earthquake. Here's Why
Mexico's win over Germany rocked Mexico City. But not literally.
Virunga National Park Sees Its Worst Violence in a Decade, Director Says loading...
Virunga National Park Sees Its Worst Violence in a Decade, Director Says
Gunmen recently killed five rangers and a driver—the park’s deadliest attack in recent history.
Why the Iceland National Team Has So Many Polish Fans loading...
Why the Iceland National Team Has So Many Polish Fans
For many Polish natives, this island nation is their second home.
The Top 25 Teams in World Cup History loading...
The Top 25 Teams in World Cup History
The World Cup has seen more than 70 countries take to the field in hopes of earning the championship title. So who are the top 25 teams in the world game's history?
Where Women Must Defy the Odds to Become Scientists loading...
Where Women Must Defy the Odds to Become Scientists
In their new documentary, National Geographic Explorers Clare Fieseler and Gabby Salazar investigate the lives of women following careers in science despite intense cultural and social barriers.
This Artist Used 25,000 Bottles to Build Brooklyn Bridge Replica loading...
This Artist Used 25,000 Bottles to Build Brooklyn Bridge Replica
The bottles were also part of a larger installation made by National Geographic explorer Asher Jay to draw attention to conservation issues.
Remembering Anthony Bourdain—and His Favorite Places loading...
Remembering Anthony Bourdain—and His Favorite Places
Television host, author, and the former executive chef changed the way we see the world.
How These Remote Locations Celebrate LGBTQ Pride loading...
How These Remote Locations Celebrate LGBTQ Pride
Even at the ends of the Earth, LGBTQ communities are finding ways to celebrate one another.
Here’s What It Really Means to Become a National Geographic Explorer loading...
Here’s What It Really Means to Become a National Geographic Explorer
These scientists, conservationists, storytellers, and educators are changing the world.
In Japan, a Buddhist Funeral Service for Robot Dogs loading...
In Japan, a Buddhist Funeral Service for Robot Dogs
An electronics repair company gives a compassionate farewell to mechanical pets, with a traditional ceremony held in a historic temple.
This Photographer Was Caught in a Deadly Rebel Ambush loading...
This Photographer Was Caught in a Deadly Rebel Ambush
Adriane Ohanesian went to cover the battle over resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo—and ended up as part of the story.
This Museum Director Is Working to Make the Art World More Equitable For Women loading...
This Museum Director Is Working to Make the Art World More Equitable For Women
The world's first museum dedicated solely to female-identifying artists shines a light on often-ignored work

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