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Hallucinogenic Honey Hunters 360

Hang beside National Geographic Photographer, Renan Ozturk as he dangles off remote Nepal cliffs to document "The Last Honey Hunter."

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How Ultra-Runners and Climbers Are Blazing Trails in Science

So, you like adventure and the outdoors. Why not do something useful with the impulse? That’s the idea behind Gregg Treinish’s group Adventure Scientists.

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These Critters Can Get Into Your Toilet

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Two snakes were recently discovered in two different toilets—one in Arlington, Virginia, and one in Khon Kaen,

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Does Anyone Still Care About Friday the 13th?

In 2017, there will be two instances of Friday falling on the 13th. But unless you’re in the entertainment business, you probably don’t care.

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At 93, Climber Fred Beckey Offers a Lesson on How to Be Relentless

Given his decades of record-setting mountaineering, Beckey has a high bar for excitement. Aside from grand adventures, he’s also picked up a number of epithets in his career: Grandfather of the road trip. Climbing’s living encyclopedia. A mythical character.

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So You Want to Donate Your Body to Science?

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Francesca Fiorentini investigates what happens when you donate your body to science.

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