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How a 'Cheetah Matchmaker' is Helping Save the Big Cats

National Geographic caught up with explorer Vincent van der Merwe, who's trying to bring the spotted predator back to its African homeland.

Why People Who Saw This Fish Now Fear Quake Is Coming

Every couple of years, a mysterious rare fish that resembles a serpent washes up on some beach, generating buzz about the bony sea creature until it fades from memory again. In what National Geographic pegs as a "poorly understood phenomenon," it's happened again, this time in the Philippines. People on...

Illustration Throwback Thursday #33

These were a series of gag spot illustrations I did in 2005 for National Geographic World magazine to accompany a story about well-known “bad luck” superstitions. The idea was to show someone doing (or about to do) that “bad luck” thing and the impending consequences. I’ll let you guess which superstitions each refer to…

National Geographic's guide to selected body horror

Speaking of insects burrowing into the human body, National Geographic published a fine guide to the many ways critters can invade the human body. The article is filled with wonderfully disturbing passages: Apart from intestinal parasites, few species brave the...

What I Learned From 'Gender Revolution'

“It’s hard to hate up close.” ? Dr. Oz I have spent the last several months immersed in a documentary for National Geographic called “Gender Revolution.” The entire process was life-changing and mind-altering for me and hopefully for others who watch. Show More Summary

A National Geographic Author Talks About Finding The Courage To Quit Her Day Job To Write Her Book

Abbie Kozolchyk left the stability of her life as a full-time magazine editor to write a book. She didn't just survive, she thrived.

A Travel Photographer Reveals the Best Hidden Spots in Popular U.S. National Parks

National parks are some of the most scenic, historic places you can visit. National Geographic photographer Jonathan Irish visited every U.S. national park last year to find hidden gems most travelers don’t often reach. He shared a few of his top finds with Travel + Leisure. Read more...

Republican Congress: Mindsucked

A few years back, I picked up an issue of National Geographic and stumbled upon the creepy true story of parasite wasps. The stuff of nightmares, these sinister creatures inject their eggs into hapless victims. The developing larvaeShow More Summary

"GENIUS" --WATCH Sneek Preview of New National Geographic Series on Albert Einstein

Here's a sneak peek at Academy Award-winning actor Geoffrey Rush and newcomer Johnny Flynn as Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein, in National Geographic's global event series GENIUS, coming in April. From Executive Producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, the premiere...        

Melinda Gates Wants to Give 100 Million More Women Access to Contraception by 2020

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

In a recent editorial in National Geographic, Melinda Gates recommitted to a 2012 goal to increase access to contraception worldwide. She wants to bring family planning services to 100 million more women by 2020.

22 Amazing Photos From The National Geographic Archives

last weekHumor : eBaum's World

Nat Geo released these awesome pics for their 125th anniversary,

Social Sway: Tips for Working with Social Media Influencers

Mike Libecki is an extreme climber who was named National Geographic’s Adventurer of the Year. You might also know him as Dell’s rugged influencer, a position he gained largely through his social media following. Many companies likeShow More Summary

Melinda Gates Pledges to Help 120 Million Women Access Birth Control by 2020

Melinda Gates reiterated her pledge in National Geographic just days before Tom Price was confirmed as health secretary.

'Earth Explorers' At National Geographic Lets You Imagine You're A Scientist

The exhibit immerses you in the work of National Geographic explorers, but it pulls punches when it comes to climate change. [ more › ]

NatGeo Picks Up ACT UP Miniseries Based On “How To Survive A Plague”

last weekLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

"This medical thriller about the community that fought AIDS... is the perfect fit for National Geographic,"

Rare Sighting of 'Best Mammal of All' Caught on Tape

It's rare to spot a black-maned Ethiopian lion—they were actually feared extinct until a small population was discovered last year—but during a recent trip to Ethiopia, an ornithologist and National Geographic Explorer not only saw one, he caught it on video, Nat Geo reports. Çagan Sekercioglu was inside...

Women Demand Right to Box in Cuba

Screenshot via YouTube/National Geographic Anyone familiar with amateur boxing will know that Cuban boxers are of a special variety. The island has made claim to 38 gold medals in the sport, the most of any country in the world since boxing was first adopted into the Games in 1904. Show More Summary

Rare Black-Maned Ethiopian Lion Caught on Video

A National Geographic explorer spotted the adult male on a recent expedition to Bale Mountains National Park.

National Geographic Twitter Goes PC, Talks Gender Pronouns

National Geographic, once a revered photojournalism outfit, has gone politically correct. Instead of sticking to the he/she (male/female) pronouns, the outfit asked if there are other gender pronouns. On Twitter, the company tweeted the following: Gender pronouns like “they/them/their” offer an alternative to binary male/female options. Show More Summary

The Oldest Living Veteran at 109-Years Old Shares What He Knows About Living a Long Happy Life

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The National Geographic Short Film Showcase documentary “”Mr. Overton” tells the story of 109-year old Richard Overton, the oldest living World War II veteran in the United States. Using pictures and examples from his past and his current daily habits – including enjoying a good cigar, Mr. Overton shares what he’s learned over the years […]

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