Mysterious ocean 'blob' may have led to fewer baby whales loading...
Mysterious ocean 'blob' may have led to fewer baby whales
A persistent mass of warm water in the Arctic provided a preview of how climate change may impact humpback whales.
These bears mimic each other's faces as well as people do loading...
These bears mimic each other's faces as well as people do
The world's smallest bears have a social skill set previously thought limited to apes and dogs, and there may be more species like them.
Travel to the world's happiest countries loading...
Travel to the world's happiest countries
The 2019 UN World Happiness Report ranked 156 countries on key factors that support well-being.
First primate born using frozen testicle technique loading...
First primate born using frozen testicle technique
The new study offers hope for men who face infertility as a side effect of childhood cancer treatments.
'World's Happiest Animal' Bouncing Back loading...
'World's Happiest Animal' Bouncing Back
This World Happiness Day, National Geographic takes a look at the world’s happiest animal, the quokka and how they are now booming on Rottnest Island not in spite of urban development, but because of it.
‘This isn’t us? Oh but it is.’ New Zealand grapples with its history loading...
‘This isn’t us? Oh but it is.’ New Zealand grapples with its history
A journalist reflects on the legacy exposed by the tragedy that took the world by surprise.
Why Cyclone Idai was so destructive loading...
Why Cyclone Idai was so destructive
The storm that battered Mozambique and its neighbours in Africa followed a winding path.
The Harbour Bridge Secret Hiding In Kirribilli Hotel loading...
The Harbour Bridge Secret Hiding In Kirribilli Hotel
What’s hidden under the floorboards of the hotel?
See Mexico City like a Nat Geo Explorer loading...
See Mexico City like a Nat Geo Explorer
Discover excellent cuisine, deep cultural roots, and extraordinary sights in this vibrant city.
Meteor showers, explained loading...
Meteor showers, explained
Find out what causes shooting stars and how famous showers get their names.
Is the grey wolf still endangered? Depends who you ask. loading...
Is the grey wolf still endangered? Depends who you ask.
The government says wolves are thriving in the lower 48, but some scientists say they still face threats from hunting and habitat fragmentation.
What does it mean to be a refugee? loading...
What does it mean to be a refugee?
Under modern law, refugees have no choice but to leave their homes; migrants choose to move elsewhere.

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