Energy

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Natural Disaster

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Environment

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World's Weirdest: Albatross vs. Shark

World's Weirdest: Albatross vs. Shark

The albatross has the biggest wingspan of any bird. But getting airborne takes some training ... and shark-infested waters demand a steep learning curve.

Is Ice Melt Altering NG Maps?

Is Ice Melt Altering NG Maps?

June 9, 2014---National Geographic's soon-to-be-published Atlas of the World, tenth edition, will show the most dramatic change in Arctic ice since the 1963 publication of the first edition.For more about the National Geographic Atlas of the World and how the shrinking Arctic is changing part of its look, read Shrinking Arctic Ice Prompts Drastic Change in National Geographic Atlas.

Adventure Photograpy

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Meerkats 3D

Meerkats 3D

Follow Klinky and her clan as they take on the challenges of living in the unforgiving Kalahari Desert. This tale of strength, survival, family and FUN will delight audiences of all ages!

World's Deadliest: Kangaroo Kickboxing

World's Deadliest: Kangaroo Kickboxing

Things can get downright deadly when male kangaroos fight over mating rights. With their gigantic feet, these "boomers" deliver kicks that can crush bone... and even kill their opponents.

South America

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NG Live!: Jer Thorp: Numbers That Paint the Picture

NG Live!: Jer Thorp: Numbers That Paint the Picture

National Geographic Emerging Explorer and data artist Jer Thorp translates unimaginable blurs of information into something we can see, understand, and feel—data made human through visualizations that blend research, art, software, science, and design.The National Geographic Live! series brings thought-provoking presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists right to your YouTube feed. Each presentation is filmed in front of a live audience at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C. New clips air every Monday.