National Geographic showed us in 2013 that sea levels would rise by 216 feet if all the land ice on the planet were to melt. This would dramatically reshape the continents and drown many of the world's major cities. Produced by Alex Kuzoian Follow BI Video On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
First: Dream about it As a teenager in Yugoslavia, I used to buy National Geographic in secondhand bookshops. Fascinated with...
Due out next month from National Geographic is Star Trek: The Official Guide to Our Universe - The True Science Behind the Starship Voyages, a new book by Andrew Fazekas that contextualises the Star Trek universe with the real world science of today. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Florida sixth-grader has won the 2016 National Geographic Bee. Twelve-year-old Rishi Nair of Seffner, Florida, won the top honors Wednesday at the 28th annual Bee in Washington. Nair clinched the win by correctly answering “Galapagos Islands” to the question: “A new marine sanctuary will protect sharks and other wildlife around Isla […]
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Gotham on Fox at 8:00pm ET. Mygrations on National Geographic Channel at 9:00pm ET. I'm personally offended that the National Geographic Channel has signed off on this seemingly pointless portmanteau. Whose Line is it Anyway on The CW at 9:00pm...
Voted Canada’s Best Hike in 1981 and rated one of the world’s most thrilling trails by National Geographic in 2014, the 11-mile trail to Crypt Lake and back is definitely worthy of superlatives. Your trip begins on a boat ride from Waterton Township, then climbs up nearly 2200 feet of trail through dense forest surrounded…
Casey Anderson, a National Geographic television host, filmmaker, naturalist and founder of the Montana Grizzly Encounter introduced an orphaned rescued grizzly bear cub named Bella, with whom he’s spending a great deal of time and who likes to have her feet tickled. Show More Summary
This year's National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest is currently in its final week of submissions, and the photos that have already been turned in for consideration are pretty jaw-dropping. Between three categories...Show More Summary
Desert rainbows? Castles in the clouds? Reality takes a break in these unbelievable images.
Why explore? Why leave the safety of the familiar for the dark and dangerous unknown? The answer is simple: We explore the outer reaches of space, the depths of the ocean and everything in between because they are there. If you have this insatiable curiosity and hunger for a new frontier — no matter your [ … ]
Wow! Jared Leto can do it all! The actor and musician is apparently also a world-class rock climber, scaling mountains with ease like he were Spiderman or something!! Related: Jared And Drake Talk Sex With Ellen! National Geographic photographer and adventurer Jimmy Chin posted a pic on his popular Instagram account on Saturday morning showing off the beauty [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Three of last year’s ten finalists will return for another shot at the National Geographic Bee. The preliminary rounds are Monday, and the finals will be held on Wednesday, with the winner getting a $50,000 scholarship and other prizes. The bee has a game show-type format, and the questions and results can […]
Patagonian Paradise Photograph by Roger Smith, National Geographic Your Shot The renowned beauty of Chile’s Patagonia region is exemplified in this photo of French Valley in Torres del Paine National Park, submitted by Your Shot member Roger Smith. The valley is ringed by the soaring granite peaks of the 19-mile Cordillera del Paine and is […]
National Geographic's new series Missing Dial follows a family's search for their missing son in Costa Rica—and promises "the mystery will be solved." Watch the trailer and learn more. Read this story »
Most collectors, dealers and lobbyists will have stopped reading at the eighth word of the title of the text by Sarah Parcak ('Lust for Loot: Collecting Is Driving the Demand for Plunder' National Geographic Explorers Journal. May 19, 2016)People can be Gollum; they want the precious. Show More Summary
The design team at National Geographic has published a beautiful size comparison infographic: Sizing Up Sharks, the Lords of the Sea. The parallax scrolling keeps you, the reference deep sea diver, in frame as a comparison to provide...Show More Summary
National Geographic has published a new, thirteen map Appalachian Trail Illustrated map set ($149.97) of waterproof paper maps that cover the length of the Appalachian Trail from Springer Mountain, Georgia to Maine’s Mt Katahdin. Available...Show More Summary
The Egyptians used countercyclical fiscal policy: Ancient Device for Determining Taxes Discovered in Egypt, National Geographic: American and Egyptian archaeologists have discovered a rare structure called a nilometer in the ruins of the ancient city of Thmuis in Egypt’s Delta...