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Here’s What It Really Means to Become a National Geographic Explorer
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Polynesian Sailing Vessels Are Being Used to Clean Up Microplastics
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Photos From the Lesser Seen China-North Korea Border
This photographer captured daily life along one of the most scrutinized borders in the world.
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"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." said St Augustine.

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