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Green Bank, West Virginia has become a haven for people with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome.
Hang beside National Geographic Photographer, Renan Ozturk as he dangles off remote Nepal cliffs to document "The Last Honey Hunter."
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Richard Bacon explains the disposition matrix, a "kill list" used to target suspected terrorists for lethal drone strikes.
Explorer host Richard Bacon introduces himself and gives a preview of the new season of Explorer.
See how one distillery in the Scottish Highlands is using oysters to save Scotch whisky production http://on.natgeo.com/2hhCIUn
ICYMI: The tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur, including feathers, was found preserved in amber http://on.natgeo.com/2gyefeP
Take a look inside a "squirrel hospital," where injured and orphaned squirrels from all walks of life are cared for http://on.natgeo.com/2hbntyy
Peruse the winning animal portraits submitted to the 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year Contest: http://on.natgeo.com/2hgGBIR pic.twitter.com/1X4wYdGcNl
Watch: This injured rhino calf was rescued after escaping from the same poachers who killed her mom http://on.natgeo.com/2hyyMxt
This photographer went to India to document his homeland's fading musical heritage before it disappears completely http://on.natgeo.com/2hg0jEL
If lined up, your blood vessels could wrap around the Earth 4 times. Learn more weird facts about your body: pic.twitter.com/w6X4MQPxcG
Here are five ways the world has changed for the better since the EPA was established in 1970 http://on.natgeo.com/2gwXpwT
Take a deep look at "gender camps" in Russia, which reinforce hyper-masculine traits in men and traditional femininity in women. #Explorer pic.twitter.com/GsTcKHdOcY
In 1984, a couple unknowingly discovered a new species in their bathtub. The beetles weren't seen again—until now http://on.natgeo.com/2hfjCxU
These are our favorite wildlife photos we published this year. Which are yours? Tell us using #BestPhotos2016 http://on.natgeo.com/2gw2Qwf
Embark on a spectacular visual journey—from one majestic view to the next http://on.natgeo.com/2he9Vjr
Austin is turning its aging industrial sites—like a defunct power plant—into hip urban enclaves http://on.natgeo.com/2hvKGbs #UrbanExpeditions
Friday Fact: The world’s biggest flower can grow wider than a car tire. pic.twitter.com/5AGIM5jTuM
Ex-NFL player, Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) has made a habit of defying stereotypes. #Explorer http://on.natgeo.com/2gugfoB
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He’s been called the Quentin Tarantino of Uganda—Isaac Nabwana’s more than 50 films are violent, hilarious, and completely over the top. But unlike Tarantino, Nabwana has to work on a much smaller budget.
In an era where BASE jumping is a sport, “disruption” is a career goal, and Westworld is a TV show, these men dare to be dull. “We got tired of
Richard takes a look at "gender camps" in Russia, which reinforce hyper-masculine traits in men and traditional femininity in women.
Former NFL player Chris Kluwe’s refusal to “be quiet” about gender stereotypes and discrimination likely assisted his career transition.