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Jane Goodall’s original tale of chimpanzees still astonishes today loading...
Jane Goodall’s original tale of chimpanzees still astonishes today
To celebrate her 85th birthday, National Geographic revisits Jane Goodall’s 1963 article about the chimpanzees of Gombe Stream Game Reserve.
This young nuclear engineer has a new plan for clean energy loading...
This young nuclear engineer has a new plan for clean energy
Leslie Dewan wants to revive technology from the 1960s to solve the problem of climate change today.
‘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.
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.
The untold story of the daring cave divers who saved the Thai soccer team loading...
The untold story of the daring cave divers who saved the Thai soccer team
Racing against rising waters, an elite group assembled from across the globe pulled off a harrowing rescue of 12 boys and their coach 2.4 kilometres underground.
These are the photos our 100 million Instagram followers liked most loading...
These are the photos our 100 million Instagram followers liked most
We've posted nearly 20,000 photos. These are the stories you connected with.
How Alex Honnold made the ultimate climb—without a rope loading...
How Alex Honnold made the ultimate climb—without a rope
His stunning scramble up the 914-metre granite wall known as El Capitan, in less than 4 hours, came after meticulous planning and training.
He left photography to become a doctor. Could he go back? loading...
He left photography to become a doctor. Could he go back?
Max Aguilera-Hellweg was pursuing a career in medicine. But then he received a surprise phone call.
See our most compelling photographs of 2018 loading...
See our most compelling photographs of 2018
A mother bathes with her baby and sharks hunt at night in the 30 most moving pictures of the year from National Geographic.
This notorious Christmas character is dividing a country loading...
This notorious Christmas character is dividing a country
Neo-Nazis in the Netherlands have responded violently to calls to get rid of Santa's blackface holiday assistant.
Excerpt: Margaret Cho is wholly, unapologetically herself loading...
Excerpt: Margaret Cho is wholly, unapologetically herself
Margaret Cho is a comedian who challenges the traditional notions of womanhood with her unabashed and blunt humour surrounding sex, race, and being a modern-day woman.
Pittsburgh endures in the aftermath of tragedy loading...
Pittsburgh endures in the aftermath of tragedy
The Post-Gazette's executive editor gives voice to a community built on tolerance and grit.

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