Amazing discoveries and experiences await you in every issue of National Geographic magazine. The latest news in science, exploration, and culture will open your eyes to the world’s many wonders.
ON HALLOWED BEACHES • For decades, a photographer has returned to the beaches of Normandy to capture a place forever defined by war.
THE BACKSTORY • A PHOTOGRAPHER TRACES HIS 45-YEAR FASCINATION WITH THE BEACHES WHERE THE WORLD CHANGED.
In Search of the Kissing Bug • WHY IS SO LITTLE KNOWN ABOUT A PARASITIC INFECTION PLAGUING SOME 300,000 PEOPLE IN THE U.S.? BECAUSE IT’S A DISEASE OF POVERTY.
Disease Cases Down
THE BIRTH OF WORLDS, IN RINGS OF STARDUST
BREAKTHROUGHS • DISPATCHES FROM THE FRONT LINES OF SCIENCE AND INNOVATION
I'M IN WITH IMFINZI TO CONTINUE FIGHTING MY CANCER AFTER CRT • FIRST & ONLY TREATMENT APPROVED for people with unresectable Stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose disease has not progressed following concurrent chemoradiation therapy (CRT).
PLASTIC WASTE CRACKDOWN
TREK TO THE DEEP • In Vietnam, jungle and leeches greet hikers on their way to explore two of the world’s largest caves.
FAKING TO AVOID SEX? SHE’S DEAD SERIOUS ABOUT IT
PREJUDICE AND PRIDE IN NEW YORK CITY
Where Reptiles Rule • ON AN ISOLATED CORAL ATOLL, A PHOTOGRAPHER DISCOVERS A PRIMORDIAL PARADISE WHERE HE’S JUST PART OF THE ECOSYSTEM.
The Wildlife We See, The Suffering We Don’t • HANDS-ON EXPERIENCES WITH EXOTIC ANIMALS ARE THRIVING, BOOSTED BY SOCIAL MEDIA.
Some guidelines for seeing wild animals
Poaching May Doom the Shy, Elusive Pangolin • THE SCALY CREATURES, COVETED FOR USE IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE, ARE AMONG THE WORLD’S MOST TRAFFICKED MAMMALS.
The Brave Ones • THESE WOMEN RANGERS REPRESENT A NEW STRATEGY IN GETTING COMMUNITIES TO HELP FIGHT WILDLIFE POACHING.
THE PACIFIC’S FIERY RING • Deep within the Earth, rocky plates compress and pull apart, triggering huge quakes and eruptions—and threatening millions.
WHERE PLATES COLLIDE • The Ring of Fire is a 25,000-mile-long region where several oceanic plates of Earth’s rocky crust are slipping beneath Asia and the Americas as the continents shift toward one another. The seismic and volcanic activity generated has the potential to disrupt the lives of hundreds of millions of people in some 40 countries.
The Weed That Feeds the North Atlantic • DRIFTING PLANTS KNOWN AS SARGASSUM SUPPORT A COMPLEX AND AMAZING VARIETY OF MARINE LIFE.
The Sargasso Sea—a Living Laboratory for Change