Our Drive to Boldly Go | Origins: The Journey of Humankind Since our early ancestors were driven to seek out new places to live, the urge to explore has been embedded in our biology.
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Spend a Relaxing Hour in Yellowstone’s Beautiful Landscapes | National Geographic Lean back, turn up the volume, and immerse yourself in the serene sights and sounds of Yellowstone National Park, from wandering wildlife to vibrant hot springs and mighty waterfalls.
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How To Survive Quicksand | Primal Survivor What would you do if you got stuck in quicksand? Survival instructor Hazen Audel has the answer.
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The Japanese Government Wants You to Date | Explorer Explorer correspondent Francesca Fiorentini visits a government-sponsored matchmaking event held in Japan as the country faces a declining population.
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Riding Alongside a Light Beam | Genius At 16, Albert Einstein is struck by a thought experiment: what if he traveled so fast that he could catch up to a light beam?
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Cute Octopus Latches Onto Diver's Arm | National Geographic Off the coast of Tenerife, in Spain’s Canary Islands, a diver seemed to have made an unusual friend. A little octopus observed the human visitor, and eventually came to latch ...
Behind the Scenes with Geoffrey Rush | Genius For Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush, playing Albert Einstein is one of the great parts.
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Weird, Deep-Sea 'Worm' As Long As an Arm | National Geographic See a mysterious and bizarre shipworm, studied for the first time by researchers. Kuphus polythalamia is a worm-like creature encased in a shell that burrows headfirst in the mud. They ...
If We Colonize the Moon, This Company Wants to Ship Our Stuff | Short Film Showcase Imagine a delivery service that promised to drop your package within five miles of your house, but couldn’t tell you exactly where until after the delivery had happened. That’s how ...
Robot vs. Volcano: “Sometimes It’s Just Fun to Blow Stuff Up” (Exclusive) | National Geographic “Sharkcano.” It’s not the title of some campy summer blockbuster, but rather a real-world phenomenon that went viral in 2015, when scientists on a National Geographic expedition found sharks living ...
Egg-Stealing Baboon Incurs Wrath of Geese | National Geographic Watch a hungry baboon fight off two geese to raid their nest for eggs in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Egyptian geese are aggressively territorial, and baboons are notoriously intelligent ...
Hell on Earth - Official Film Trailer | National Geographic From award-winning filmmakers Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested, ‘Hell on Earth’ chronicles Syria’s descent into the unbridled chaos that allowed the rise of ISIS.
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POV: If A Lion Bit You, Here's What You'd See | National Geographic Curious lions pick up a GoPro, giving us a close-up look inside their mouths and the status of their health.
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Here, Cutting Down Millions of Trees is Actually a Good Thing | National Geographic Scientists protect a vast carbon store by chopping down millions of trees in Scotland.
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This Artist's Amazing Transformation Will Blow Your Mind | Short Film Showcase Journey through life, death, and back again in this stunning stop-motion animation by artist Emma Allen. Each of the vibrant self-portraits was painted over a 5-day period and explores the ...
See Why This Roller Skating Girl Squad Is the First of Its Kind | Short Film Showcase Roller Derby is not a typical activity for women in Lebanon. However, a small group of students at the American University in Beirut decided to form the country’s first team. ...
A Dangerous Job in Afghanistan | Explorer Zia risked his life as a translator with U.S. Marines in Afghanistan. Now they're trying to help him obtain an American visa.
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Why Are Bunnies Associated With Easter? | National Geographic Where did the Easter Bunny come from? If a child asks, the best answer might be to say, “a mommy and daddy bunny.” But for historians, the question is a ...
War-Torn Zoo's Last Surviving Animals Rescued in Mosul | National Geographic When bombs hit the war-torn city of Mosul in Iraq, zookeepers at Montazah Al-Morour Zoo were forced to abandon the animals. As many as 40 animals left behind died from ...
"Paramedic" Ants Save the Wounded in Termite Wars | National Geographic Watch never before seen footage of soldier ants saving their wounded comrades from the battlefield. Megaponera analis, a small black ant species native to sub-Saharan Africa, wages war on termite ...

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