Cristina Mittermeier describes the helplessness she felt while photographing the polar bear and implores readers to take climate change seriously.
This family tree gleaned from the huge new dataset shows seven generations encompassing 6,000 individuals, with marriages marked in red. Courtesy Columbia University Learn how your family ancestry is connected to the human origin journey with National Geographic’s Geno DNA Ancestry Test. The information tucked away in the branching lines of family trees can help…
James Harrision, linebacker for the New England Patriots, poses with vacuum pump cups attached to his body at the weekly Chinese cupping treatment he receives to recover his muscles from his strenuous preseason workout in Scottsdale, Arizona. Photograph by Fritz Hoffmann, National Geographic PUBLISHED February 2, 2018 New England Patriots linebacker James Harrison knows about…
Is it play or predation? Experts weigh in on a curious video of two Arctic denizens meeting on the snowy tundra.
From towering temples to artistic tombs, humans have been carving structures from cliff faces and mountainsides for thousands of years.
Thirty-one years after the worst nuclear disaster in history, a group of self-proclaimed “stalkers” makes illegal trips into the abandoned radioactive city.
A time capsule in more ways than one, a 1955 map features dozens of Santas cavorting all over the world.