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This Hotel Wants To Save The Rain Forest loading...
This Hotel Wants To Save The Rain Forest
A sanctuary for native species, Inkaterra’s Machu Picchu hotel is at the forefront of sustainable tourism.
A Struggle For Identity In A Forgotten Corner Of Europe loading...
A Struggle For Identity In A Forgotten Corner Of Europe
Amid the ghosts of the past empires, residents of Gagauzia fight poverty and a loss of tradition to maintain their culture.
Destruction and Heartbreak as Mexico Reels From Earthquake loading...
Destruction and Heartbreak as Mexico Reels From Earthquake
Swaying buildings and stunned faces were captured in photo and video moments after the quake struck.
How Did This Russian Man Save the World? loading...
How Did This Russian Man Save the World?
The man who saved us all from Nuclear war, has passed away
Why Some Young Europeans Are Joining ISIS loading...
Why Some Young Europeans Are Joining ISIS
Peter Kosminsky’s new drama, The State, follows four young Brits on their way to Syria.
Meet the Remarkable Man with Half a Body loading...
Meet the Remarkable Man with Half a Body
A photographer captures the tenacity and spirit of one of the world’s shortest daredevils.
National Geographic Archives: Up From Hiroshima loading...
National Geographic Archives: Up From Hiroshima
70 years ago, an American bomber dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. In this piece from August 1995, Ted Gup visits the city 50 years after the attack.
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How 5 People Survived Nagasaki’s Nuclear Hell
Three days after Hiroshima, an American B-29 dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki. A new book tells stories of those who lived through horror.
 Here, Ivory Traders Exploit More Than Elephants loading...
Here, Ivory Traders Exploit More Than Elephants
The Baka of Cameroon know the Congo Basin better than most—including where to find elephants.
More Years With Mountain Gorillas loading...
More Years With Mountain Gorillas
A new image of gentle creatures emerges from Dian Fossey’s years-long study of the great apes of Central Africa.
Where Your ‘Made In China’ Trinkets Are Actually Made loading...
Where Your ‘Made In China’ Trinkets Are Actually Made
One city in China makes many of the low-cost products sold everywhere on earth.
Surreal Photos Show Walls Dividing U.S. and Mexico loading...
Surreal Photos Show Walls Dividing U.S. and Mexico
A photographer captures scenes along the controversial boundary where politics, culture, and nature intersect.

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